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A picture is worth... a longer life

A picture is worth... a longer life

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but it could also contribute a culture of healthy aging thanks to Northern Health’s latest photo contest. Residents of northern B.C.

PRRD approves MOU agreement with Kelly Lake Cree Nation

The Kelly Lake Cree Nation and Peace River Regional District have approved an agreement formalizing the relationship between the two groups.
Community raises $7K for books at Parkland Elementary

Community raises $7K for books at Parkland Elementary

Parents and community members in Farmington and Bessborough came together to raise more than $7,000 for early reading books to be used in Mrs. Weingart's Kindergarten Grade 1 class at Parkland Elementary School.
Weekenders guide to the Peace

Weekenders guide to the Peace

Hunt Mania Gun and Sportsman Show hits Events Centre + 28 things to do
St. John's Ambulance sounds alarm over fraudulent tickets

St. John's Ambulance sounds alarm over fraudulent tickets

A St. John Ambulance official is raising the alarm over fraudulent first aid certificates that appear to have been issued by a non-existent branch in Dawson Creek. In recent months, Angela Laczo, branch manager at the St.
Register your off-road vehicle by Nov. 1

Register your off-road vehicle by Nov. 1

Off-road vehicle registration must be done by Nov. 1, the Ministry of Forest, Lands and Natural Resource Operations says.
This day in history: Oct. 23, 1968

This day in history: Oct. 23, 1968

Fort St. John feeds off Peace power A month after then Premier WAC Bennett flipped the switch on the Portage Mountain Dam, Fort St. John and other Peace communities were energized by its power, the Alaska Highway News reported on this day in history.
PRRD kills Charlie Lake rental development

PRRD kills Charlie Lake rental development

A developer seeking to build 17 units of rental housing in Charlie Lake has been blocked by the Peace River Regional District. The regional board declined to issue a permit for the mix of multi-family dwellings at its Oct.
Future of Rose Prairie community curling centre in doubt

Future of Rose Prairie community curling centre in doubt

The Rose Prairie Community Curling Centre could shut down for good if nobody steps up to fill vacant seats on its board of directors.
Libertarian Keller already eyeing another run in 2019

Libertarian Keller already eyeing another run in 2019

Despite having few votes in his favour in this year’s federal election, local Libertarian candidate Todd Keller is already clearing his calendar for another run in 2019.