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

Phone: (250) 785-6037
Email: info@fsjchamber.com
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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.

Police confirm they've identified the remains of Pamela Muriel Napoleon, last seen July 8, 2014.

RCMP confirm remains of missing lady found

News The Fort St. John RCMP and North District Major Crime Unit have confirmed that Pamela Napolean’s remains have been located inside a trapper's cabin that had been burned to the ground....
by Adam Steinberg
CMDRA

Northern Lights Raceway to host motorcycle drag racing this weekend

Sports The Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association will be back in Fort St. John this weekend, making it the second consecutive year the organization has come to the Energetic City. Racing will begin Saturday with first round qualifying beginning at 12:30 p.m....
by Chase Charney
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RCMP seeking witness of single vehicle crash

News Dawson Creek’s emergency response team, including the RCMP, responded to a single vehicle incident at the corner of 96th Avenue and 15th Street yesterday evening....
by Adam Steinberg
Pomeroy

Canada Games information session to be held tonight

Sports Fort St. John residents are invited to attend an information session tonight at the Pomeroy Sport Centre being put on by staff of the 2015 Canada Winter Games. The games will be held in Prince George, however the Pomeroy Sport Centre is slated to be the contingency plan for long track speed skating events should the outdoor facility in Prince George be unable to host the races because of poor weather conditions....
by Chase Charney
The 2nd annual Touch-a-Truck event kicks off this weekend.

Second annual Touch-a-Truck and United Way Fire Truck Pull

News This weekend marks the 2nd annual Touch-a-Truck event in Dawson Creek, as well as the first installment of the United Way Fire Truck Pull, both of which are being held in the Encana Events Centre parking lot....
by Adam Steinberg
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Links to hold club championship this weekend

Sports Fort St. John Links will be having their club championship tournament this weekend. A number of prizes will be up for grabs as those taking part will be on the course for 18 holes Saturday and Sunday....
by Chase Charney
A map of the area affected by the open fire prohibition.

Open fire bans remain despite cooler temperatures

News Fire Information Officer, Jill Kelsh says despite cooler temperatures and scattered showers in some areas of the Prince George Fire Centre, the fire danger rating still ranges from "high" to "extreme"....
by Adam Steinberg
The Fort St. John RCMP Detachment

Cuts to the RCMP may make its way into Fort St. John

News Prime Minister Stephen Harper says British Columbia underestimates the power it wields in the House of Commons, however, one professor at Simon Fraser University says rural towns may have no choice but to become the scapegoat for budget cuts.  ...
by Adam Steinberg
Both De Smit and Brain agree the increase of unattached patients has placed an unnecessary amount of pressure on the hospital.

Local online petition begins to gain serious traction

News Brad Brain is a financial planner in Fort St. John, father of two, and also, the man behind an online petition calling for improvements to our health care system and a fix to the “terrible medical professional staffing crisis.”...
by Adam Steinberg
The reply to Mayor Ackerman's reminder for the need of surgeons from the association to come into Fort St. John.

Mayor exchanges words with B.C. Association of Surgeons over Twitter

News There was an unusual Twitter exchange between Mayor Lori Ackerman and the B.C. Association of Surgeons the other day, in which the mayor reminded the association that they had previously offered to try bringing unemployed surgeons into town, to which the association replied “Yes, change the location to Kelowna and that would be true...”...
by Adam Steinberg
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Northeast B.C. no longer under wildfire smoke advisory

News The Ministry of Environment and Northern Health have ended the smoke advisory issued Monday for northeast B.C....
by Adam Steinberg
Police confirm they've identified the remains of Pamela Muriel Napoleon, last seen July 8, 2014.

RCMP confirm remains of missing lady found

News The Fort St. John RCMP and North District Major Crime Unit have confirmed that Pamela Napolean’s remains have been located inside a trapper's cabin that had been burned to the ground....
by Adam Steinberg
Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm.

New ALR concerns from MLA Pat Pimm

News The Vancouver Sun is quoting the Peace River North MLA as claiming the overhaul of the province’s Agricultural Land Reserve is turning into a “complete railroad job.”...
by Adam Steinberg
City Hall

City hosting public meeting to discuss boundary extension

News Members of the community are invited to a special council meeting to discuss the boundary extension proposal....
by Adam Steinberg
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Grande Prairie RCMP looking for missing 11 year-old girl

Updated 1 day 11 hours ago.

News Grande Prairie Police are asking for the public's assistance to locate a 11 year-old girl that was reported missing late last night.  Last night at approximately 11:45 p.m. Grande Prairie RCMP received a complaint of a missing 11 year-old female....
by Adam Reaburn
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Moose FM Block Party Performer – Chairman Jim

Arts & Culture Join us at the Moose FM Block Party Saturday September 6, presented by On the Rocks for street performer Chairman Jim – AKA James O’Shea. Chairman Jim will perform twice on the North Peace Savings & Credit Union Main Stage....
by Adam Reaburn
Mayor Lori Ackerman participates in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge at Centennial Park on August 19 2014.

Mayor Lori Ackerman participates in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

News It may have not been the perfect day for an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, as the sky was grey and rain began to fall, but that didn't stop Mayor Lori Ackerman from having bucket of ice and cold water dumped on her head....
by Adam Steinberg

North Peace Family SuperPark Fall Carnival

Blog  The North Peace Super Park is having a fall carnival October 25th to October 26th at the North Peace Secondary School Gym. They are raising money to pay for the indoor playground equipment. This is for the proposed Indoor Playground Facility. Everyone is welcomed to come, play games, make...
by moosefm
AltaGas

AltaGas replacing compressor at Taylor plant

News AltaGas is replacing their compressor at their plant on the west side of Taylor, which will include lighting their burn pit and performing other plant maintenance for approximately 16 hours tomorrow....
by Adam Steinberg
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