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This photo is courtesy of the City of Fort St. John is the photo shows the Peace River Valley during sunset.
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VIDEO: New businesses open in Fort St. John

Kathleen Connolly, CEO of the Fort St John Chamber of Commerce, says the recent influx of entrepreneurs opening businesses locally speaks volumes about the strength of the city’s economy.

Local governments receive funding for emergency support services

Four municipalities in the Peace region are among over 50 First Nations and local governments receiving funding to improve emergency support services (ESS).

Contractor selected for Adeline Kelly building upgrades

The PRRD has awarded the construction upgrade contract for the Adeline Kelly building at the North Peace Fall Fairgrounds. 

City report to PRRD reveals $669k spent on pool

The City of Fort St. John spent $699,930 in 2022 on the North Peace Leisure Pool, according to a report to the PRRD.

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Huskies schedule for provincials released

The Fort St. John Huskies have released their game schedule for the Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships next weekend in Okotoks.

Community Roundup: St John Ambulance Therapy Dogs Program

Jordan was joined by Faye Anstey, evaluator for the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs Program, to discuss how recent evaluations went with some local pups.

UPDATE: Power restored in Fort St. John, Taylor

April Fool’s Day Search and Find at museum

Test your history knowledge to determine what’s out of place in each of the museum’s exhibits on Friday and Saturday.

Wanted woman arrested without incident

Police say Erin Nicole McKinnon has been located and arrested.

Regulator defends finding that Alberta’s largest earthquake was caused by oilpatch

RCMP arrest five people near natural gas pipeline construction site in northern B.C.

Hudson’s Hope Open Rodeo to return after 15-year hiatus

The Hudson’s Hope Open Rodeo is set to make its return this summer, after a 15-year hiatus due to a lack of sponsorship.

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