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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

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

News Nomination package available for 8th Annual Fort St. John Community Awards

Regional J.S. Clark Elementary receives funding to reduce carbon footprint

News New Fort St. John early childhood centre opening in coming months

News Local business owner helps modernize the NPCC

News OGC concludes investigation into industrial natural gas leak near Fort St. John

LNG Natural gas prosperity in northeast riding on LNG development and shipment

LNG Blueberry River First Nations suing province for Treaty 8 breach

Canadian Press Hundreds gather to mourn four boys killed in rural Manitoba house fire

Canadian Press Hundreds gather to mourn four boys killed in rural Manitoba house fire

Canadian Press Guardrails as ‘spears:’ Canadian town sues U.S. company for $500 million

Canadian Press Quebec Liberal MNA’s ad removed from website that extols violence against women

Canadian Press Fontana named federal Teddy winner for defrauding taxpayers over son’s wedding

Canadian Press Standing pat: Bank of Canada keeps its trendsetting interest rate at 0.75%

Canadian Press NewsAlert:New law will ensure some life sentences are for life:PM Harper

Canadian Press Online database of leaked Edward Snowden documents now available in Canada

Canadian Press ‘Evidence is overwhelming’ in terror plot to derail train, Crown argues

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Canadian Press Video made by Parliament Hill attacker should be released, says official

Canadian Press Video made by Parliament Hill attacker should be released, says official

Canadian Press Four stories in the news today, March 4

News Police looking for connection between Fort St. John and Dawson Creek robberies

LNG Two unions ratify agreements with B.C. Oil and Gas Commission

LNG Northern Lights College receives funding for oil and gas training

News Former Fort St. John businessman convicted of tax evasion

News Group representing low-income residents join PVLA court case

News Premier tells Hydro to remove union blocking plan

LNG B.C. LNG Alliance head says at least one project could get go ahead in 2015

News Residential hunters protest new allocation split outside B.C Legislature

News Day camp for children during Spring Break in Fort St. John

News More arrests made in Fort St. John’s illegal fentanyl trade

Regional Grande Prairie RCMP seize cash and drugs; suspect still at large