Tuesday July 29, 2014


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  • DC Mall says goodbye carpet, hello future

    The first thing that had to go was the carpet.

    When the Dawson Creek Mall changed hands in April, its new owner was quick to remove the grungy flooring that had given the mall its claim to being the "Largest Carpeted Mall in North America."

    No one is sure if Dawson ...

  • Give these pups a fair shake

    The North Peace SPCA is looking for a helping paw with three little Chihuahuas that have recently come into the care of the society.

    Spice, Duschana and Cyo all need loving homes, and some medical work.

    "Routine care couldn’t be provided, and unfortunately...

  • DC loses bid for U18 World Championships

    Dawson Creek will not be hosting one of women's hockey's premier events in 2016.

    City staff announced Monday that Dawson Creek had failed in its bid to host the International Ice Hockey Federation's U18 Women's world championships. The annual tournament would have brought U18 teams from...

Local News

Treaty 8 has Northeast covered

A recent Supreme Court decision that requires consent from First Nations before development can...

It's the latest sensation

Carving, hollowing out, and delicately brushing away has begun as sculptors from far and wide have...

NLC complains to PRRD about funding cuts

When compared to the operation budget of a university, $125,000 may not look like very much money....

Northeast has weight problems – survey

People in northeastern B.C. are bigger than most Canadians, according to new results from a...

Encana Centre may have new competition

Managers at Dawson Creek’s largest music venue say they’re not afraid of a little...

Local Sports

Wild and Lawless Horse Show draws sold out crowd

There are plenty of ways to cement a legacy in the modern age, while most involve a YouTube video,...

Exciting finish to DCASL season

You can’t blame the winners of the Dawson Creek Adult Soccer League for latching on to the...

Ready to make an 'Impact'

The young volleyball community of Fort St. John will once again get an opportunity this year to...

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...


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