Wednesday July 30, 2014


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  • Dawson Creek reports illegal dumping

    Without upgrades to how it handles dumping at its raw sewage treatment facility, the city of Dawson Creek could be in deep doo-doo. 

    City staff say industrial waste, including chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, has been illegally dumped at its treatment station for residential raw...

  • FSJ Council says no to residential rezoning

    Fort St. John City Council has voted to keep a currently empty zone as commercial, rather than allow a developer to turn it into homes.

    This potential rezoning was somewhat contentious, since while city staff recommended that council not go ahead with the project, a group of nearby citizens...

  • Hollywood Video to open new DC store

    A Victoria-based company plans to do something that might seem impossible in the age of cheap online streaming services: open a video store.

    Hollywood Video, which shares a name but no affiliation with the defunct U.S. video giant, will open a brick-and-mortar video store in downtown Dawson...

Local News

With hot, dry weather returning to the Peace Region this week, fire crews are bracing for increased ...

DC Mall says goodbye carpet, hello future

The first thing that had to go was the carpet.

When the Dawson Creek...

Give these pups a fair shake

The North Peace SPCA is looking for a helping paw with three little Chihuahuas that have recently...

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...

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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