Monday July 28, 2014



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  • 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...

  • 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. That was the amount of money Northern Lights College was told to trim from its budget this year.

    However, NLC president Laurie Rancourt says cuts – to post-secondary education and...

  • Northeast has weight problems – survey

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

    But ironically enough, the same survey showed that we’re more likely to spend our time off from work doing moderate to intense physical activities than the nation as a...

Local News

Encana Centre may have new competition

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

Two Fort St. John doctors have been recognized for their contributions in the medical field.

PO boxes moving from FSJ Sobey's to Shoppers

With the impending closure of Fort St. John Sobey’s supermarket in August, the Canada Post...

Filling the Northeast's needs

Although it is difficult to tell precisely how many unattached patients there are in Fort St. John...

Running down the dream of LNG's potential

Representatives from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers visited the Peace Region last...

Local Sports

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...

Eggers wins Lone Wolf Classic

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


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