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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”.

News & Sports

Monday, August 31, 2015

Rolling Justice Bus finishes week-long BC tour

Shaw TV: Honeysuckle Hobbies

Green Party selects candidate for Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies region

Drivers told to slow down as school starts again

Public assistance needed in locating wanted male

More gunshots reported outside of apartment building

Charlie Lake fire burns up abandoned house

Opening Trackers camp sets stage for next phase of putting together roster

Fort St. John Investigating non-fatal accident near Halfway River bridge

Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum opening on Friday

Charlie Lake Fire Department celebrates new grads of NFPA 1001 Program

Hydro pleased with rulings on Site C injunction and judicial review application

Soccer registration underway

Training camp turn out an indication of improving Huskies program

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Wind storm causes power outages near Fort St. John
Updated 1 day ago.

Dicaire steps down as Flyers head coach

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Site C Construction schedule for August 31 to September 13

Fort St. John RCMP search for stolen Polaris Ranger

Friday, August 28, 2015

Charlie Lake Fire Department responds to house fire

BC Hydro commits to protecting wildlife during Site C construction

Three cars involved in accident on Alaska Highway

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

Referendum for sewers and water services back on the table

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

RCMP investigating shots fired incident

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

GoFundMe account created to send Darlene Thomas to Carnegie Hall

BC Supreme Court turns down Site C Injunction

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Dawson Creek RCMP investigating ATM theft

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

Dry summer making its mark on crops

Shaw TV: Fall Fair with Devyn Peever

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

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

North Peace Leisure Pool to be closed for scheduled maintenance

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

Dawson Creek RCMP reminding public about school zones

Dawson Creek RCMP searching for armed robbery suspect

Spectra Energy hoping to expand pipeline through the Peace River Region

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

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Huskies eager to get rolling with training camp starting this weekend

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

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

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

Fort St. John welcomes new Deputy Fire Chief

Local firefighters recognized for their service in Canada

U17 hockey tickets to go on sale September 10

Province wants more permanent workers settling in the north

City turns down request for two-family homes and more street parking

City to discuss permissive tax exemptions for qualified property