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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

Friday, July 25, 2014

Sports Dana Cranston and team Canada to begin FIVB Grand Prix schedule tonight

Sports Dreher shoots even par 71 on round one of SEFCU Championship

News RCMP seeks public’s help in locating missing woman

News B.C. Hydro and COPE ratify agreement

Sports Blain Cranston and team Alberta take second at NTCC U19 national tournament

News Dawson Creek resident survives stroke by drinking toilet water for 7 days: CBC News

News Petronas seeks billion from federal government in LNG tax relief: The National Post

News The 2015 Canada Winter Games are looking for torchbearers

News Close call for a young lad during family camping trip

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sports Jake Lane takes 2014 Boston Pizza Junior Open

News British Columbia and China strengthen ties to natural gas future

News Fort St. John man sentenced for sexual assault

News Tiny dog trio needs public’s help for a chance at better lives

News Canadians may face new firearm regulations under proposed law

Sports Tomorrow final day to register for Impact Volleyball Camp

News An update on the Mount McAllister and Red Deer Creek wildfire

News Energy efficiency investments reduce costs at Canfor Taylor mill

Sports Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association to hold ball hockey tournament

News New residential neighbourhood seen as key aspect to boundary extension

Sports University of Victoria soccer team working with local soccer players

News Environment Canada issues a rainfall warning for the South Peace

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

News New YouTube video underscores Hudson’s Hope position on Site C dam

News Rural Water Dispensing Station closed for flushing

News The first tyrannosaur trackways discovered in Tumbler Ridge

News Northern Lights College receives funding to save energy costs

News The Government of B.C. and Encana investing $40,000 for violence against women video

News The City of Fort St. John plays host to a boundary expansion open house

News Sand Sensation B.C. is coming around the corner

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

News Area restrictions in place for Mount McAllister fire

News Evacuation order and alert rescinded for Mount McAllister fire