Backcountry - Helping You Enjoy The Great Outdoors

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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

Monday, September 22, 2014

News City of Fort St. John selling property with three years back-taxes

Sports Tyler Stadnik wins Peace Country Championship

Sports Slave Lake Wolves to take one year hiatus from North West Junior Hockey League

News B.C. government partners with B.C. Transplant to save lives

News Government makes a deal with support workers amid end of teachers’ strike

News The Globe and Mail: B.C. soon to release LNG tax law

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Sports Main entrance to Kids Arena to be blocked starting Monday

Friday, September 19, 2014

News Lynx Creek and Brenot Creek water advisory

News RCMP to patrol school zones as classes resume

News 386 people estimated to be without power in Fort St. John

News Northbound passing lane at Mile 63 of the Alaska Highway

News What you need to know before heading back to school on Monday
Updated 2 days 23 hours ago.

News Fort St. John RCMP recommend charges after discovering mutilated cat

News The Vancouver Sun: First Nation chiefs head to Ottawa in opposition of Site C

Thursday, September 18, 2014

News Teachers ratify contract; most schools to open on Monday

Arts & Culture Celtic Thunder to return to Dawson Creek in March

News New resources coming to Fort St. John Library

Sports Cranston, Team Canada to take part in World Championship

News North Peace Economic Development Commission to launch a regional Business Retention and Expansion

News School District 60 responds to potential end of teachers’ strike

News Arts Council officially votes in new members

News The Pomeroy Hotel getting ready for the 17th Annual Wedding Show

News Outcome of ending teachers’ strike expected to be released tonight

News Cumulative Resource Development Plan for NEBC stressed by coalition

News Strong opinions voiced during Concerned Citizens for Health Care open house forum

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sports Local hockey players make it to main NHL training camps

News Province approves royalty credits under Infrastructure Royalty Credit Program

News Disturbing discovery for ranchers in the Rose Prairie area
Updated 4 days 20 hours ago.

Sports Wilson gearing up for middleweight bout against Micah Brakefield

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

News Tentative agreement between teachers, Province for six years