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All candidates forum to be held November 3 at Lido Theatre.

News The Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce along with North Peace Savings and Credit Union will be hosting an all candidates forum at the Lido Theatre. The event will be held on November 3 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m....
by Chase Charney
One of the new tables available to play at Chances

Chances now officially a casino with live gaming tables

News Live gaming tables have been at Chances for some time now, however yesterday dignitaries were on hand to mark the official change of the facility from a gaming centre to a casino. Chances now has two poker tables, one three card poker table, one roulette table, one Texas Hold ‘Em table and two blackjack tables....
by Chase Charney
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All candidates forum to be held November 3 at Lido Theatre.

News The Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce along with North Peace Savings and Credit Union will be hosting an all candidates forum at the Lido Theatre. The event will be held on November 3 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m....
by Chase Charney
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Coastal GasLink Pipeline given environmental assessment approval

News Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman and Environment Minister Mary Polak have given an Enviornmental Assessment Certificate to Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. for their Coastal GasLink Pipeline project. The pipeline will start near Dawson Creek and end in Kitimat....
by Chase Charney
Flyers Spirit River

Fort St. John Senior Flyers to conclude pre-season schedule tomorrow

Sports The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will put the finishing touches on their pre-season tomorrow night. The team will host the Spirit River Rangers at 8:30 p.m. and will be the first time the clubs have met since the Rangers eliminated the Flyers in last year's playoffs....
by Chase Charney
KOC Flyers

Busy weekend ahead for Knights of Columbus Flyers

Sports The Fort St. John Knights of Columbus Flyers have quite the weekend ahead of them. The team will is hitting the road today and will play in three games over three days....
by Chase Charney
The preliminary site design for the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island in Port Edward.

Michael Culbert appointed acting President of Pacific NorthWest LNG

News Following the resignation of Greg Kist, Pacific NorthWest LNG has selected a new acting President to fill the void. Pacific NorthWest LNG board member Michael Culbert will step into the role, while continuing on in his position of President and CEO at Progress Energy....
by Chase Charney
snow cars

More snow expected in the region this weekend

News Local area motorists are advised to adjust their driving habits, in order to deal with deteriorated road conditions and early morning ice fog.  The fog should burn off in much of the region Friday morning and we will see a mostly cloudy day with high winds up to 50km/h....
by Dwight Ford
Weather Warning Snow

Snowfall warning issued for Peace Region

Updated 1 day 20 hours ago.

News The entire B.C. Peace Region is under an Environment Canada snowfall warning with estimates running 10 - 15 centimeters....
by Adam Steinberg
A coal stock pile at Willow Creek Mine.

Amendments to Mines Act increases time allocated for investigation

News The province has tabled amendments to the Mines Act today in their ongoing effort of ensuring there’s more time available to conduct thorough investigations into offences under the act, and for a decision by Crown on whether to pursue charges....
by Adam Steinberg
The Halloween Howl takes place on Friday October 24 at the Pomeroy Hotel.

‘Halloween Howl’ decorator volunteers needed

News The North Peace SPCA is looking for volunteers to help with the setup for their Annual Halloween Howl....
by Adam Steinberg
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Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association having hockey pool for NHL season

Sports The Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association is having a hockey pool for the NHL season in support of Fort St. John minor hockey. The cost to participate is $25 per entry, and there are no limits on how many entries you would like to make....
by Chase Charney
BC Chamber of Commerce

B.C. Chamber of Commerce wants to re-implement ‘business vote’

News The B.C. Chamber of Commerce says it’s time to bring back the ‘business vote’ and is calling on municipal candidates to use their voice during election period to bring this topic to the public's attention....
by Adam Steinberg

Friendship Faith & Fun!

Blog  On November 6th from 5:30 until St Luke’s United Church will be holding a evening for family fun! You will be able to make crafts, hear stories, sing songs and sit down to share a meal with new friends. This is a free event, any inquires you can phone...
by moosefm
MP for Prince George-Peace River, Bob Zimmer recalls being in lockdown for eight straight hours after the attack on Parliament Hill.

‘We’ll make sure justice is served’, says MP Bob Zimmer of the attack on Parliament Hill

News MP for Prince George-Peace River, Bob Zimmer was just 20 feet away from where the shooter entered Parliament Hill; recalling the sound of numerous shots being fired within the Center Block....
by Adam Steinberg
Huskies

Huskies back at .500 with win over Blades, turn attention to Navigators

Sports The Fort St. John Huskies were in Beaverlodge last night for a tilt against the Blades and notched a 5-1 win to move back to .500. Despite the victory, there was still some room for improvement, especially with the first place and defending NWJHL champions, the North Peace Navigators coming to Fort St. John for two games on Saturday and Sunday....
by Chase Charney
Trackers

Trackers look to get back into win column against Fort McMurray

Sports The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers will be attempting to move past the .500 mark this weekend as they lace up the skates for two games against Fort McMurray on Saturday and Sunday. The Trackers sit at 2-2 through four games so far this season after dropping their last game against Grande Prairie 5-2....
by Chase Charney
Trades Training

Project shop class coming into northern B.C. high schools

News The board of the Northern Development Initiative Trust has approved a $250,000 grant for shop class equipment within northern B.C. high schools....
by Adam Steinberg

Youth Slam Poets & Student Filmmakers from FSJ

BlogTonight from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm at the Bert Bowes Middle School Gym the Middle School will be holding a Youth Slam Poets and Student Filmmakers Gala Event! This gala event will feature some of the top youth slam poets and student filmmakers from Fort St John. Staff, students,...
by moosefm
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