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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”.

Adam Reaburn

Content Contributed by Adam Reaburn

Saturday, August 29, 2015

News Site C Construction schedule for August 31 to September 13

News Fort St. John RCMP search for stolen Polaris Ranger

Friday, August 28, 2015

News Charlie Lake Fire Department responds to house fire

Site C BC Hydro commits to protecting wildlife during Site C construction

News Three cars involved in accident on Alaska Highway

Regional Man did not receive ‘serious harm’ in arrest, IIOBC determines

News Referendum for sewers and water services back on the table

News Prince George Fire Centre says Tumbler Ridge ‘Bullmoose’ fire is under control

News RCMP investigating shots fired incident

News Fort St. John will get its say in the provincial budget this October

News GoFundMe account created to send Darlene Thomas to Carnegie Hall

News BC Supreme Court turns down Site C Injunction

Thursday, August 27, 2015

News Dawson Creek RCMP investigating ATM theft

LNG Lax Kw’alaams First Nation ask to relocate LNG terminal – cite potential harm to salmon

News Dry summer making its mark on crops

Shaw TV Shaw TV: Fall Fair with Devyn Peever

News Community mailboxes for most residents of Fort St. John will be operating this fall

News ‘Safe Stop’ Coordinator fighting to increase fines for failing to yield to a school bus

Sports North Peace Leisure Pool to be closed for scheduled maintenance

Sports Trackers looking to build on last season’s success starting this weekend

Regional Dawson Creek RCMP reminding public about school zones

Regional Dawson Creek RCMP searching for armed robbery suspect

News Spectra Energy hoping to expand pipeline through the Peace River Region

News “We’re still a paycheck to them.” – Local frustration grows as oil and gas industry problems aren’t addressed

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sports Huskies eager to get rolling with training camp starting this weekend

News September 2015 will be Big Brothers Big Sisters Month & United Way Month

Sports Fort St. John Elks back on ice for first time to begin new season

News Green Party wants fracking to end after last week’s earthquake

News Fort St. John welcomes new Deputy Fire Chief

News Local firefighters recognized for their service in Canada