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People of the Peace

Resource Coalition wants to meet with neighbours

A new committee representing six Northeast towns is sending a formal invitation to the three local governments that aren’t taking part, in the hope that the region can “move forward in a united fashion" on the Fair Share deal.

Peace Region MLAs have yet to see fracking health report

The Peace Region's MLAs say they have yet to see a soon-to-be-released report into the health impacts of oil and gas development in the northeast.

Vaccine rates vary across school districts in the Northeast

Kids in North Peace schools are vaccinated for measles, mumps and rubella at a significantly higher rate than their peers south of the river, according to health authority statistics.

Northern Lights College names new president

Northern Lights College has named Dr. Bryn Kulmatycki as its new permanent president and CEO, after a relatively fast selection process.

Chetwynd and Dawson Creek reach taxation sharing for $2.5 billion gas refinery

The District of Chetwynd and City of Dawson Creek have partnered to show their support for Blue Fuel Energy’s $2.5 billion gas and methanol plant.

22 Awesome things to do in the Peace this weekend

T.G.I.F! Another Friday, means another list of some awesome stuff to do in the Peace Region this weekend.

Potential Pouce Coupe candidates battle it out at forum

Growth was on the minds of all three candidates in the Pouce Coupe by-election race Wednesday night – not only growth of the local economy or the village’s tight boundaries, but also growth beyond the council’s turbulent recent past.

B.C. budget has few surprises for Northeast

While this year’s button-down B.C. budget is not likely to excite most of us, officials in the Northeast say there are a few things they've been watching.

Peace Region tourism expecting more American travellers thanks to low Loonie

Tourism centres in Dawson Creek and Chetwynd are expecting the low Canadian dollar will bring more American travelers through the region on their way to Alaska.