Friday April 18, 2014


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  • Northern Health to sell Peace River Haven

    A former elder care home in the village of Pouce Coupe won't get a second life as a healthcare facility, the regional health authority announced Thursday.
    Northern Health has determined it would be too expensive to refurbish its Peace River Haven property in Pouce Coupe for health care use. Peace ...

  • Fire evacuates Tremblay

    Tremblay Elementary remains closed after a fire broke out at the Dawson Creek school on Wednesday.
    "The fire started in a recycle bin and they are investigating the cause of the fire," said director of instruction Candy Clouthier.
    The fire was discovered around noon and...

  • City Council concerned by bank ATM squatters

    Fort St. John City Council plans to "start a discussion" with local banks about stepping up security to keep homeless people from staying in public ATM vestibules late at night.
    "I had concerns brought to me about people feeling unsafe at the ATMs and banks," said Mayor Lori Ackerman, who brought ...

Local News

First Nations meet again about LNG response

When thousands of American troops flooded into British Columbia to create the Alaska Highway during ...

Domestic dangers of the Peace

Local families face unique challenges
Dave Dyck

Fire at Tremblay School

A fire broke out in a recycle bin at Tremblay Elementary school Wednesday, school district staff...

Time to make the mukluks

A partnership between Northern Lights College and the Nawican Friendship Centre in Dawson Creek is...

Gaming centre upgrade has pretty good Chances

Chances had a great hand dealt to them at Monday's Fort St. John City Council meeting.

Local Sports

Local gymnast heading for Westerns

After fifteen-year-old Jaston Stockall finished 11th in 2013 the provincial championships, she was...

Sr. boys B-ball has stellar season

Coach Mike Redford of the North Peace Secondary School (NPSS) senior boys basketball team...

Olympic-sized welcome

When Denny Morrison returned from a trip to Japan as a young speed skater in 2003 he dreamed that...

DC dancers have the right moves

At the Artist Emerge Hip Hop Dance competition in Edmonton on the weekend of March 17, the dancers...

Curlers united

There is very little curling convention involved in the unique journey that fifteen-year-old Fort...


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