Backcountry - Helping You Enjoy The Great Outdoors

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Backcountry is one of British Columbia’s largest hunting, fishing and outdoor supply stores. The Fort St. John area is home to some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in North America and often referred to as “The Serengeti of the North”.

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Latest wireless spectrum auction raises $2.11B, Industry Canada says

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Wynne previews action plan to combat violence, harrassment against women

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How a satellite tag on Lydia the great white is teaching scientists about sharks

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Canada’s deadliest avalanche remembered 105 years after it took 58 lives

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Canada’s top Mountie to give Oct. 22 update, screen shooter’s video

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Pair charged in alleged mass murder plot to return to Halifax court

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North East Oil and Gas Health Advisory Committee faced with funding cut

This year's Inconnu Swim Club team members.

Inconnu swimmers compete at 2015 Speedo Western Canadian Long Course Open

The Peace River is one of many water sources that the OGC worries is too low.

Peace Project producing data on groundwater in northeast B.C.

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Gibb stands tall between pipes as Continental Kings finish first in rec league regular season

Hudson Smith, 16-years-old, needs specialized treatment in the U.S.

Local fundraiser for teenager seeking medical treatment in the U.S.


FSJMHA holding Lace ‘em Up hockey clinic for girls

The under 14 girls Fort St. John Northern Strikers won a gold medal at the 2015 Slush Cup in Edmonton

Seven of nine Northern Strikers soccer teams medal at 2015 Slush Cup

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New family physician coming to Dawson Creek

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Mirror, mirror on the wall: Albertans not willing to take blame for fiscal fall


Four new physicians coming to Fort St. John

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Afternoon stabbing in Prince George turns into homicide investigation

South view of the Prince George campus during the winter season.

Faculty at University of Northern British Columbia on strike

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Man rescued crossing Lake St. Clair, says he planned Detroit-Toronto walk

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NDP asks federal info watchdog to probe emails deleted by former Kenney aide

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Former watchdog chair Chuck Strahl says existing security oversight is enough

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Suppliers gear up to challenge Target Canada’s intercompany debt claims

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