The Wiggles & Giggles Group Daycare - Providing quality childcare to Fort St. John

Wiggles and Giggles LogoPhone: 250-793-KIDS (5437)
Email: info@wigglesandgigglesdaycare.ca
Website: http://www.wigglesandgigglesdaycare.ca

The Wiggles & Giggles Group Daycare is located in Fort St. John at 9820 110 avenue.  We offer full time care for children between the ages of 1 and 5.  Call today and learn more about our group daycare.

Residents can trade their parking ticket for unwrapped toys to be donated to the Salvation Army December 8 - December 19.

The city’s Toys For Tickets campaign is back for another year of donations

News It may be in the best interest of yourself and the community to save those tickets from parking violations that you’ve incurred, as the city’s Toys For Tickets campaign is back for another year after being approved during this week’s City Council meeting.  ...
by Adam Steinberg
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Northern Lights Youth Choir being affected by provincial influenza regulation

News In a clash between provincial regulations and local initiatives, Director of the Northern Lights Youth Choir, Jennifer Giesbrecht says she’s disappointed that her group may not be able to perform their traditional Christmas jingles at the Peace Villa this year “due to prohibitive flu shot policy.”...
by Adam Steinberg
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The 2015 Fort St. John International Air Show secures support from City Council

News The 2015 Fort St. John International Air Show is officially being supported by the City of Fort St. John, as during this week’s City Council meeting, $20,000 was approved from Base Budget Grants to help sustain the event....
by Adam Steinberg
The route map of Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline

The Globe and Mail: Haisla First Nation versus Enbridge

News The Globe and Mail has published a story this week indicating a Northwest First Nation is ready to compete with Calgary-based Enbridge for the property targeted for a Northern Gateway Pipeline terminal near Kitimat....
by Adam Steinberg
From left to right: President of the Alaska Highway Society of Yukon, Sally Robinson, and Chair of the Alaska Highway Community Society of B.C., Bud Powell signing the MOU in Whitehorse.

Alaska Highway Heritage Project joins forces with B.C. and Yukon society

News The Alaska Highway Community Society of B.C. (AHCS) and the Alaska Highway Heritage Society of Yukon (AHHS) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding in their ongoing effort of nominating the Alaska Highway as a National Historic Site of Canada....
by Adam Steinberg
speed skating

Elks hosting first Canada Cup speed skating meet of season

Sports Over 80 long track speed skaters are in Fort St. John for this weekend's Canada Cup speed skating event. It's the first time a national event for Speed Skating Canada has been held at the Pomeroy Sport Centre and is the first of four Canada Cups as other race weekends will be held in Calgary twice, and Quebec City....
by Chase Charney
Community Bridge

Community Bridge bringing back Daddy and Me program

News After a temporary hiatus as a result of staff turnover, Community Bridge is bringing back their Daddy and Me program. It has been in the Fort St. John community for over seven years and strives to bring together fathers and other male caregivers and their children ages 0-6 for fun activities....
by Chase Charney
The Fort St. John Hospital

Fort St. John welcomes new Health Services Administrator

News There’s a new Health Services Administrator in Fort St. John who’s joining the ranks of the Northern Health Authority....
by Adam Steinberg
Flyers

Senior Flyers to take on Manning on Saturday

Sports The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will be aiming to build off of last weekend's big win over the Spirit River Rangers with a game in Manning on Saturday. The Flyers sit in second place in the North Peace Hockey League standings, and are four points behind the Rangers....
by Chase Charney
Huskies Flyers

Huskies aiming for better effort and attitude in two games this weekend

Sports Effort and attitude has been preached as the primary issue by the coaching staff for this year's edition for the Fort St. John Huskies, and that came to a head last weekend in a 3-0 loss to the previously winless Beaverlodge Blades. Players have been worked hard since that defeat, and everyone involved with the team will be looking to show this issues have been addressed in two games this weekend against Dawson Creek and Fairview....
by Chase Charney
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Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association to offer defenceman clinics

Sports The FSJMHA will be offering defenceman clinics on December 2 and December 9. The sessions are being separated based on the division of the players....
by Chase Charney
Students of Clearview pose for a photo inside their new gymnasium.

Clearview Elementary/Junior Secondary celebrates new gymnasium

News Clearview Elementary/Junior Secondary School is celebrating the grand opening of a new $3.6 million gymnasium....
by Adam Steinberg
City Hall

Fort St. John Bylaw statistics: 2012 – 2013

News The city’s Director of Protective Services, Jim Rogers has released the latest statistics regarding various bylaw enforcement activities based on data collected 2012 – 2013....
by Adam Steinberg
Local middle school and high school students take part in the ‘Find Your Fit’ initiative at the North Peace Cultural Centre in this dated photo.

Skills for Life Summit connects local students with B.C. Lions

News Watching the Calgary Stampeders score a touchdown and then joining the B.C. Lions for workshops on various trades and anti-bulling campaigns is just some of the excitement surrounding two local grade 8 students, all a part of the groundwork when you’re a spectator during this weekend’s CFL Grey Cup while also being a participate of the province’s Find Your Fit program....
by Adam Steinberg
Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm

Op-ed: ‘We can benefit greatly from future childcare funding,’ says MLA Pat Pimm

News The following in an op-ed written by Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm which discusses the recent funding NENAS received from the province....
by Adam Steinberg
Residents can trade their parking ticket for unwrapped toys to be donated to the Salvation Army December 8 - December 19.

The city’s Toys For Tickets campaign is back for another year of donations

News It may be in the best interest of yourself and the community to save those tickets from parking violations that you’ve incurred, as the city’s Toys For Tickets campaign is back for another year after being approved during this week’s City Council meeting.  ...
by Adam Steinberg
The roads in Fort St. John are also in visibly poor condition.

Alberta RCMP issues travel advisory for northern and southern parts of the region

News The RCMP in the Southern Alberta District have issued a travel advisory for potential commuters on the road today, as driving conditions are reported to be very poor across the province, including highways in the northern region....
by Adam Steinberg
Miranda McMahan  is announced the winner of the second early bird draw at the Fort St. John Quality Inn Hotel.

Moberly Lake resident wins $15,000 in Rotary Mega Lottery early bird draw

News Miranda McMahan of Moberly Lake is $15,000 richer than when she woke up this morning after the Rotary Club of Fort St. John held its second early bird draw of the 2014 Rotary Mega Lottery this afternoon....
by Adam Steinberg
Aurora LNG map

Aurora LNG transfers location of potential export facility

News The provincial government has announced that Aurora LNG – one of the proposed natural gas exports – is moving forward with site evaluation for a potential LNG project at Digby Island....
by Adam Steinberg
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