Monday July 28, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

  • Filling the Northeast's needs

    Although it is difficult to tell precisely how many unattached patients there are in Fort St. John due to the transient nature of many of the residents and those seeking care, one estimate from Jaret Clay, Northern Health’s health service administrator for the South Peace, was 20,000.

  • Running down the dream of LNG's potential

    Representatives from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers visited the Peace Region last week to discuss liquefied natural gas opportunities.

    "We’re meeting with communities to hear what they think about the opportunity and the concerns they might have," said CAPP Manager of B....

  • New FSJ boundaries respected

    Fort St. John’s latest proposed boundary expansion plan met few opposing voices at an open house put on this week by the city.

    In fact, the meeting saw few voices, period.

    Unlike some previous meetings, which threatened to be wall-to-wall, loud affairs full...

Local News

Sand Sensations returns bigger and better

The sand sculptures just south of Taylor across the Peace River are about to be replaced with new...

Dawson Creek fairgrounds ready for chucks

With just a few weeks to go before "The Greatest Show in the Peace" gets underway, the grandstands...

Touch a Truck rides along for a good cause

Emergency vehicles, oil and gas trucks, a Zamboni, you name it – residents of Dawson Creek...

Clinic makes lemons out of lemonade

One way to look at the Unattached Patient Clinic in Fort St. John is that it tries to make...

Northern Rockies Airport gets much-needed renovation

As part of Northern Rockies Regional Airport’s plan to accommodate an expected increase in...

Local Sports

UVIC soccer comes to FSJ

Ten years ago when University of Victoria Vikes head soccer coach Bruce Wilson brought his camp to...

Representing B.C. at North American Indigenious Games

500 athletes from across B.C. marched into Regina’s Mosaic Stadium on Monday this week and...

Eggers wins Lone Wolf Classic

As Rory McIIroy wrapped up his first British Open Championship and his third career major before...

Huge turnout highlights Doig River Rodeo

Judging from the fan filled grandstands and jam packed concession area one would never have guessed ...

Drag Racers heat up track at Northern Lights Speedway

More than 150 racers flooded the gates at the Northern Lights Speedway this past weekend for the...


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