Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce - In Business for Business

directory_fsjchamberPhone: (250) 785-6037
Email: info@fsjchamber.com
Website: Chamber Website

The Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce has been in business since 1952 serving the needs of our member businesses with support, incentives, benefits and the representation needed to make their enterprises grow.

truck-ditch---april-snow-2014

Travel not recommended on Alaska Highway between Fort St. John and Fort Nelson

News Snowfall in the North Peace has made driving conditions treacherous on the Alaska Highway and travel is not recommended. The highway is reported to be compact with slippery sections with blowing snow and limited visibility. ...
by Chase Charney
Fort Nelson First Nation

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality issues open letter to citizens

News The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality has issued an open letter to citizens as a response to the actions of the Fort Nelson First Nation at the B.C. First Nation LNG Shale Gas Summit. The NRRM has expressed their displeasure with the decision of the Fort Nelson First Nation to invite government staff to the event then ask them to leave, calling the action "discriminatory exploitation."...
by Chase Charney
Fivestar5

Homecoming promises to be most action packed Fivestar event yet

Sports The 11th fight card in the history of the Fivestar Fight League is just around the corner. 14 fights are scheduled for Homecoming on April 25 at the Fort St. John Curling Club and the show signifies a significant milestone as the owner and many of the fighters are based out of Fort St. John....
by Chase Charney

FSJ Hospital Foundation “Have A Heart” Radiothon raised $27,770!!

BlogWe would like to extend a Big Thank You to everyone who donated to the 2014 “Have A Heart” Radiothon. Because of your generous support we were able to surpass our goal of $25,000 with a total of $27,770 raised!! These funds will go towards the purchase of a Panda...
by fsjhospitalfoundation
This dog was lucky to be rescued unharmed after falling into a sink hole in Chetwynd.

Dog rescued from sinkhole in Chetwynd

News The Chetwynd Echo is reporting that a dog was rescued near the Chetwynd Court Motel after it fell into a sinkhole. The dog was reported missing earlier in the day and fire crews climbed in to rescue the pooch. ...
by Chase Charney

Tapping into Talent April

BlogTapping into Talent is looking for talented kids to come out and share their skill with the community. If you are a youngster that can dance, sing, play an instrument, or have a skill that will entertain others, beginner or expert. Then why not join the fun with the Tapping...
by moosefm

Peace Country Horse and Rider Association 4th Annual Garage Sale

BlogThe Peace Country Horse and Rider Association will be having their 4th annual garage sale fund raiser. Friday, May 9th from 3-8 pm. and Saturday, May 10th from 8am-3pm. Address is 11224 88th Street in Fort St John.  All items in the garage sale are donated and are sold by...
by moosefm

Cecil Lake Hall Home Business Open House

BlogStop by the Cecil Lake Hall Home Business open house on Friday, May 23rd from 5-9 pm and Saturday, May 24th from 10am-4pm.   
by moosefm
Oil and gas rig in northern B.C.

Crown petroleum and natural gas rights sale to be held today

News The April Sale of crown petroleum and natural gas rights, is being held today the first of a new fiscal year. It follows one that yielded just under $20,000,000 in bonus bids last month and left the three month calender year total at $52,500,000....
by Dwight Ford
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Power outage in Tumbler Ridge

Updated 20 hours 46 minutes ago.

News There is a large power outage in Tumbler Ridge this morning.  The outage is affecting approximately 1,000 customers....
by Adam Reaburn
truck-ditch---april-snow-2014

Travel not recommended on Alaska Highway between Fort St. John and Fort Nelson

News Snowfall in the North Peace has made driving conditions treacherous on the Alaska Highway and travel is not recommended. The highway is reported to be compact with slippery sections with blowing snow and limited visibility. ...
by Chase Charney
The provincial courthouse in Fort St. John.

Law Day open house at Fort St. John Courthouse April 26

News Law Day is being held April 26 at the Fort St. John Courthouse, and will give the community a first hand look at legal proceedings and other aspects of the field....
by Chase Charney
truck-ditch---april-snow-2014

Snow falling throughout the North Peace and more expected in Fort Nelson

News It's snowing in Fort St. John.  Roads in the area are slippery and motorists are advised to slow down.  There are reports of several collisions on the Alaska Highway between Fort St. John and Fort Nelson.  At the moment, the highway remains open, but it could get worse as Fort Nelson could see up to 30 cm of snow by Thursday....
by Adam Reaburn
BC Hydro - News - Power Outages - Outage Map

Large power outage in Fort St. John and Taylor

Updated 1 day 10 hours ago.

News Over 2,000 customers are currently without power in Fort St. John, Taylor, Baldonnel and Cecil Lake.  The early estimate is the power could be out until 8 p.m....
by Adam Reaburn

2014 Registration – Reminder

BlogHi Everyone! A friendly reminder that our registration is fast approaching. It will be taking place April 23 (Wednesday). The event will be held at Maxx’s Sports Lounge, between 7:00 pm & 8:30 pm League fees, $ 600. ($ 500 Registration and $ 100 Performance Bond.) - No Personal Cheques (unless...
by fsjslowpitch
Neat 25th anniversary

NEAT to celebrate 25th anniversary tonight at North Peace Cultural Centre

News Members of the Northern Environmental Action Team will be at the North Peace Cultural Centre this evening to celebrate NEAT's 25th anniversary. Things will begin at 7 p.m. and there will be live music at the event....
by Chase Charney
School District 60

School District 60 issues statement on playground supervision

News School District 60 is asking that parents drop their children off for school no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start of classes, and to have them picked up immediately after classes as a result of the first stage of strike action by the B.C. Teachers Federation. Phase one involves a number of aspects including teachers ceasing their supervision of students outside of classes before and after school and during recess....
by Chase Charney
The Quintette mine site in Tumbler Ridge.

Teck Resources postpones opening Quintette mine, cuts 600 jobs

News Sagging coal prices mean Teck Resources, Canada's largest diversified resources company has shelved the re-opening of its Quintette coal mine near Tumbler Ridge until market conditions become more favourable. That dashes the hopes of local area workers who had their focus on some of the more than 500 jobs that would have been created....
by Chase Charney

Tremblay Elementary to reopen April 28

News There was minimal physical damage to Tremblay Elementary School in Dawson Creek after last week's fire however the air quality has been affected in the building as a result of the smoke. The school will remain closed until April 28 as crews will be cleaning the air ducts and furnaces....
by Chase Charney
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