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Stock photo of the Mount McAllister wildfire.

Area restriction expanded for Mt. McAllister fire

News As of noon today the area restriction around the Mt. McAllister fire will be expanded to help ensure the safety of the public and firefighting personnel. The fire is estimated to cover 25,969 hectares but no structures or communities are currently being threatened....
by Chase Charney
Taylor Flats

Gord Humphrey wins Taylor Flats 200

Sports The second annual Taylor Flats is in the books and Gord Humphrey found himself at the top of the charts after all the races were contested. Racers took to the Peace River off of Peace Island Park and competed in four different classes....
by Chase Charney
Suncor Natural Gas plant

Crew Energy nets $138 million in sale of Princess, Alberta asset

News Alberta's Crew Energy has sold its Princess, Alberta asset for $138,000,000. It's anticipated that the sale will close at the end of the month and will allow Crew to focus on the development of their Montney assets in northeast B.C....
by Chase Charney
The School District 60 board office.

School district 60 nomination packages to be available September 8

News Nomination packages for school trustees for School District 60 will be available on September 8 at the district office. The nomination period runs from September 30 through October 10....
by Chase Charney
running

Terry Fox Run to take place September 14

Sports The Terry Fox Run in Fort St. John will be taking place September 14 at Northern Lights College. The run will begin at 10 a.m. and entrants can pick up a pledge form at the visitor centre inside the Pomeroy Sport Centre....
by Chase Charney
Stock photo of the Mount McAllister wildfire.

Area restriction expanded for Mt. McAllister fire

News As of noon today the area restriction around the Mt. McAllister fire will be expanded to help ensure the safety of the public and firefighting personnel. The fire is estimated to cover 25,969 hectares but no structures or communities are currently being threatened....
by Chase Charney
Photo by Steven Depolo

Registration open for indoor soccer season

Sports Registration for the upcoming indoor soccer season is open through September 28. Those wanting to play can register online or by dropping off the appropriate materials at the Fort St. John Soccer Club office inside the Fort St. John Fieldhouse....
by Chase Charney
George-Canyon---ENC-Header

C&V Trailer Sales & Rentals presents George Canyon

Moose FM Canadian country superstar George Canyon will be in Fort St. John for his Decade of Hits Tour.  The stop in Fort St. John is presented by C&V Trailer Sales & Rentals and will include special guest Jordan McIntosh on Saturday October 11 at the Lido Theatre....
by Adam Reaburn
DriveBC (11)

Highway 29 closed west of Fort St. John

Updated 1 day 10 hours ago.

News Highway 29 is closed 11 km west of the junction with the Alaska Highway in Charlie Lake.  The road is closed due to a collision.  At this time, there is no estimate on when the highway will re-open....
by Adam Reaburn
MLA Pat Pimm speaks with Minister Fassbender during a visit to Fort St. John in 2013.

No School Tuesday; Parents can start applying for daycare funding

News British Columbia expects to start giving cash to parents to offset the costs of daycare that result from kids not being in school because of a teachers strike.  Education Minister Peter Fassbender says parents who start registering at the government's website can expect to receive $40 a day starting late September or early October....
by Adam Reaburn
BC Teacher Strike - lockout

Mediator walks away from teacher negotiations; no school Tuesday

News Veteran mediator Vince Ready has walked away from talks between British Columbia teachers and their employer, smothering hopes of parents that the school year would start on time....
by Canadian Press
BC Hydro - News - Power Outages - Outage Map (11)

Large power outage in Fort St. John and Baldonnel

News There is a large power outage affecting customers in Fort St. John and Baldonnel.  Over 1,300 customers are affected by the outage....
by Adam Reaburn
2014 BC teachers strike

Bargaining in teachers strike to continue Saturday

News The BCTF and the B.C. Government continued talks into Friday evening, only to find themselves back to where they started the afternoon at: with no deal.  After Friday's meetings, Mediator Vince Ready said both sides are still far a part....
by Adam Reaburn
2014 BC teachers strike

No School on Tuesday in School District 60

News School District 60 has issued a statement saying teachers will not be at work on Tuesday for what was supposed to be the first day of school....
by Adam Reaburn
PRRD-evacuation-alert---aug-29

Mount McAllister fire update

News The Mt. McAllister fire has grown over the last few days which is behind the evacuation alert for the District of Hudson's Hope. The fire now sits at 25,500 hectares which is up from the last estimate of 22,000 and has since caused the Peace River Regional District to issue an evacuation alert of their own for the Prince Reach Arm of Williston Lake in Electoral Area B....
by Chase Charney
medical logo

Health forum to be held September 17

News The Concerned Citizens for Health Care will be having a public open forum on September 17. The event will be held at the Fort St. John Senior's Hall at 7 p.m....
by Chase Charney
The area marked in blue dots is affected by the evacuation alert.

Evacuation Alert Issued for part of Hudson’s Hope

News The District of Hudson's Hope has issued an evacuation alert for part of the District.  The Mt. McAllister Fire has moved closer to the Dinosaur Lake area and has pushed the District to issue this alert....
by Adam Reaburn
Bob Zimmer

MP Report from Bob Zimmer

News The following is a report from our Member of Parliament Bob Zimmer about the doctor shortage in northeastern B.C....
by Chase Charney
RCMP Vehicle

Passenger passes away in single vehicle accident near Goodfare

News Beaverlodge RCMP confirm that one person has died following a single vehicle accident in the Goodfare area. The deceased was a male passenger in the accident, and the female driver is currently in hospital....
by Chase Charney
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