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Wanted man from Prince George has Peace Region connections

Wanted man from Prince George has Peace Region connections

Prince George RCMP is asking the public’s help in locating a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
Companies fined for 'repeated and high-risk' offences

Companies fined for 'repeated and high-risk' offences

WorkSafe BC is cracking down on construction companies who fail to use fall protection. Three companies working in Fort St. John have been fined for violations that took place between February and April.
Geoscience BC starts mapping groundwater in the North Peace

Geoscience BC starts mapping groundwater in the North Peace

In order to map the water flowing underneath the Earth northwest of Fort St. John, a specially equipped helicopter will have to fly high above it this summer. On Thursday, GeoScience B.C.
23 awesome things to do this weekend (July 10-12)

23 awesome things to do this weekend (July 10-12)

It's seems like I am always saying there's lots to do, but I guess there is no getting around the fact that lots happens here in the Peace. Don’t take it for granted! Get out there and enjoy what your community has to offer.
Peace prepares to welcome world and upgrade facilities for U17 tournament

Peace prepares to welcome world and upgrade facilities for U17 tournament

Part 1: Encana Events Centre
Agriculture scientists on the lookout for canola killing bug

Agriculture scientists on the lookout for canola killing bug

Inspectors will comb fields in the Peace Region this week on the lookout for a pest that has northern canola producers shaking in their boots.
Conservation officers urge Moose Rider to surrender

Conservation officers urge Moose Rider to surrender

Twelve days after video of a man riding a swimming moose surfaced online, Conservation Officers are urging the so-called Moose Rider to turn himself in. "I expect him to come forward and pony up," said Sgt. David Vince of the B.C.
South Peace celebrates Canada Day (with slideshow)

South Peace celebrates Canada Day (with slideshow)

Revelers in the South Peace poured into Pouce Coupe Wednesday for the region's largest Canada Day celebration. Parade goers lined the street to see floats from businesses, cultural groups and local dignitaries, followed by a barbecue in Pouce Park.
Sky-high rents cause problems for doctor recruitment

Sky-high rents cause problems for doctor recruitment

The high cost of living in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek is hurting their ability to recruit medical professionals, according to Northern Health’s chief operating officer for the Northeast, Angela de Smit.
Joel Babin not guilty of attempted murder

Joel Babin not guilty of attempted murder

A man has been found not guilty of attempted murder for a stabbing that occurred last November near Moberly Lake.
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