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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

Friday, November 27, 2015

Grande Prairie RCMP search for truck driver who approached youth

Charges against Morrison dropped relating to motorcycle accident

Public Safety Advisory on Beatton River lifted

Baldonnel residents search for solutions to high-traffic dirt roads

Inspection Officer Order issued after vapour release in plant near Chetwynd

New school to be first built in 30 years

Shaw TV: Fort St John’s Passive House

Province reportedly loses $7.5 million this year in crops

Road delays expected next week on Hudson’s Hope Suspension Bridge

Inconnu swimmers take part in first swim meet of season

Last call for Chamber board director ballot

Deadline approaching for Alaska Highway Theme Song Contest

Hudson’s Hope resident Ricky Warren sets record in CFR novice saddle bronc event

North Peace Cultural Centre launches ‘Snow Day’ event

Huskies to be on home ice for two games against Beaverlodge and Sexsmith

Flyers have rough night in Dawson Creek

Public perception of push for LNG becoming negative, says Insights West

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Province puts emphasis on local work for Site-C

Smaller surplus for BC than previously thought, says Finance Minister

Over 100 residents meet at Montney Hall to discuss proposed wind farm

City looking for volunteers to help with ‘High on Ice’ festival

Fort St. John presented with ‘Communities in Bloom’ certificate

BC Hydro installing safety buoys along Peace River

Robbery at Aurora Inn results in stolen hard drive

Second early bird prize winner announced

Medical students gain experience at Fort St. John Hospital

Grad and Former MP named UNBC’s next Chancellor

Peace North MLA Pat Pimm not seeking re-election

BC will welcome 400 refugees by year-end, says Immigrant Services Society

NEB to make pipeline reports available online

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Dr. Charles Jago addresses NEBCRM Coalition as Keynote Speaker

BC Senator has doubts about climate change, ahead of Climate Summit in Paris

City Council to donate buses for Christmas Light Tour

City to launch Toys for Tickets campaign on December 1

Spark! Women’s Leadership Conference makes donation to Women’s Resource Society

North Peace Gymnastics receives $1,000 donation

Shaw TV: Railway Station Museum, Dawson Creek

$1.5 billion contract awarded for Site-C’s civic work

Grande Prairie leads Canada in crime rates

City releases first draft of operating budget for 2016

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Canucks defeat Flyers 5-4 in shootout

Council makes changes to proposed boundary extensions

BC government scraps lounge restrictions in restaurants

Ecole Central PAC president looking for solution to speeding drivers

North Peace Savings and Credit Union donates $17,000 to North Peace KidSport

One woman dies in Alaska Highway accident

New elementary school will create space for over 350 students

Alaska Highway re-opens after collision blocked traffic for hours

Flyers Hunt on verge of 100th win

Eleven Grande Prairie drug dealers charged