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News & Sports

Thursday, January 29, 2015

NEB approves Woodside Energy LNG export licence

Industrial lots for sale in Fort St. John

Toastmasters Month in Fort St. John

City Council moves forward with Development Services review

Canfor Pulp purchases Taylor pulp mill from parent company

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

AltaGas, partners move forward with Douglas Channel LNG

City Council scales-back on PACA funding request

Temperature change and basement flooding

Kitsault or bust – an entrepreneur’s aspiration for an LNG terminal

TransCanada seeks local contractors amid project approval

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Change to hunting policies: informational session with the BCWF

Northern Lights College gets a $350,000 equipment upgrade

PSAC reduces scope of 2015 drilling forecast

Grants available for local healthcare committees

Op-ed: “For those saying the timing is right to support veterans, we’ve never stopped,” says MP Bob Zimmer

Changes made to Fort St. John’s beer garden licence policy

Regional students head to Taiwan for International Science Fair

Residents asked to stay away from Centennial Park until High on Ice

Prince George RCMP arrest two Fort St. John suspects

Monday, January 26, 2015

Council debates impact of work camps directly within city limits

Change to location for Ice Fishing Derby: High on Ice

Power outage reported in parts of Fort St. John
Updated 3 days 3 hours ago.

Change to hunting policies: Pomeroy Hotel hosting allocation presentation

Fish and wildlife applications moving to online only model

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Fort St. John Fire Department battles fire at Peace Valley OSB
Updated 4 days 12 hours ago.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Wind warning issued for the B.C. Peace

Final First Nation signs on to support TransCanada Pipeline

Friday, January 23, 2015

First-ever collaborated meeting held between Western MPs and “mutual stakeholders”

The province exempts FortisBC from parts of regulatory process in support of LNG objective

Concerned residents of Old Fort seek PPRD support in challenging Site C