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Outgoing Director of Electoral Area C, Arthur Hadland explains the temporary solution at the Peace River Regional District office in Fort St John.

Charlie Lake sewer lagoon temporary solution to the PRRD’s dumping concerns

News The Peace River Regional District has announced today that come January 1, when Fort St. John will no longer accept their sewage at the city’s wastewater transfer station, they’ll be utilizing the existing Charlie Lake sewer lagoon system....
by Adam Steinberg
The preliminary site design for the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island in Port Edward.

Three northern B.C. LNG projects granted environmental assessment approval

News The Pacific NorthWest LNG export facility in Prince Rupert, the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline, and the Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission pipeline have each received Environmental Assessment Certificates today for their LNG projects in northern B.C....
by Adam Steinberg
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RCMP arrest local man for possession of cocaine

News A Fort St. John man was arrested last week on charges that allege him to be in possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking....
by Adam Steinberg
Weather Warning Snow

Winter storm watch issued for South Peace

News Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for the South Peace region...
by Chase Charney
A rendering of B.C. Hydro's Site C Project

Geothermal Energy is better alternative to Site C, says recent CanGEA report

News The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA) has released a new geothermal report which is said to demonstrate geothermal energy as “a low cost, clean viable alternative to the proposed $8 billion Site C Dam project.”...
by Adam Steinberg
The Inconnu Swim Club team photo from Prince George.

17 Inconnu athletes take part in Prince George swim meet

Sports 17 swimmers from the Inconnu Swim Club were in Prince George over the weekend to compete in the Prince George Medical Northern Sprint Swim Meet. As a result of the number swimmers at the event, the club placed fifth out of eight teams, but a number of competitors earned themselves personal achievements at the swim meet....
by Chase Charney
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Upgrades to the North Peace Regional Landfill

News The construction of a new landfill gas management system for the North Peace Regional Landfill is complete and will be fully operational December 1, says the Peace River Regional District....
by Adam Steinberg
NPSS Boys Volleyball

NPSS senior boys volleyball team geared up for provincials

Sports The North Peace Secondary School Oscars held their final practice yesterday afternoon before heading to provincials later this week in Langley. While the team may be ranked 18 out of 20 heading into the event, they are not letting that become an issue for them as they enter the tournament....
by Chase Charney

Big Bam Ski Hill is looking for volunteers!

Blog  Big Bam Ski Hill is getting ready for the ski season ahead.. the ski hill will be open this year! Improvements are being made and they plan on opening in December. If you are interested in getting involved please e-mail Stan at stan@rosebrook.ca or phone him at 250-787-2902. There...
by moosefm
Director of Finance, Mike Roy presents City Council with the most updated draft for the 2015 Operating Budget.

Operating Projects primary focus of recent draft budget presentation

News At Monday’s Committee of the Whole Meeting, City Council was presented with yet another draft for the 2015 Operating Budget....
by Adam Steinberg
Peewee Flyers

MacLean Flyers drop weekend games to Fort McMurray

Sports The Fort St. John Ross H. MacLean Flyers were in action this weekend as they took on the Fort McMurray Barons in two games. Things didn't go as hoped for the Flyers as they dropped the games by scores of 6-3, and 3-1....
by Chase Charney
President and CEO of Northern Lights College, Dr. Nicholas Rubidge

Northern Lights College appoints new President and CEO

News The former President and CEO of the Southeast B.C. College of the Rockies, with its main campus in Cranbrook, have now assumed a similar role at Northern Lights College here in Northeast B.C....
by Adam Steinberg
Federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt.

The Vancouver Sun: Aboriginal Affairs Minister warns First Nations to comply with financial transparency

News The Vancouver Sun is reporting that Federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt has delivered a final warning to Canadian First Nations leaders, including 17 in B.C., telling them to comply by tomorrow with government legislation requiring disclosure of their pay and band financial statements....
by Adam Steinberg
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Ideas from Long-term Healthcare Solution Committee discussed during Committee of the Whole meeting

News Mayor Lori Ackerman made a proposal during this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting which speaks to the ongoing healthcare crisis and solutions being considered at meetings of the Long-term Healthcare Solution Committee....
by Adam Steinberg

Army Cadet Bottle Drive this Saturday!

Blog  2276 PPCLI ARMY CADET BOTTLE DRIVE this Saturday November 29th from 10 am until 4 pm Please call 250-787-5323 to arrange for pick up or you can drop off bottles directly to the Bottle Depot.  
by moosefm

Black Friday in Fort St. John this Friday

Moose FM Black Friday will descend on Fort St. John Friday November 28, 2014.  Over a dozen business in our community will offer door crasher specials for you to take advantage of.  See the list below and start your Christmas shopping and save some money....
by Adam Reaburn
Flyers Spirit River

Shorthanded Flyers steal two points away from Spirit River Rangers

Sports The mountain was already steep to climb for the Fort St. John Senior Flyers on Saturday night as they took on the Spirit River Rangers, and their task got even tougher before they got to the rink. The team got on the bus with only 11 skaters, but despite the short bench and falling behind early the Flyers came away with a big two points in the standings as they took the win 5-3....
by Chase Charney
Family and friends release orange balloons into the sky and remember late Johnathon Bruce.

One year anniversary of death, Jonathon Bruce remembered at Peace View Point

News Family and friends of late Jonathon Bruce, 16, gathered at the Peace View Point this morning to release orange balloons as they paid tribute to the young teen and the unsolved mystery of his death that still plagues loved ones....
by Adam Steinberg
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Trackers drop two games in difficult weekend

Sports The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers laced up the skates this weekend for games against Peace River and Grande Prairie, and unfortunately or the Trackers they fell short in both contests. They lost to the Royals 8-5 on Friday night, and Sunday afternoon to the Storm 6-0....
by Chase Charney
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