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Mystery race footage was taken somewhere in B.C., the question is: where?

Mystery race footage was taken somewhere in B.C., the question is: where?

Historian says footage found on a reel featuring Hudson’s Hope and Fort St. John.
BCGEU to hold strike vote for 33,000 public sector employees

BCGEU to hold strike vote for 33,000 public sector employees

With a large gap between the union’s wage demands and what the provincial government has been offering, the union has opted to give its members a voice on how to move forward.
PMA calls off first race of the year in Taylor

PMA calls off first race of the year in Taylor

Too much rain; forecast for possible snow Sunday
Fort St. John museum news: Cemetery tours return this month

Fort St. John museum news: Cemetery tours return this month

Over 100 hours of research go into each of our cemetery tours as we work to collect stories, check dates, and piece together bits of personal history from our records.
Seniors apartments struggling to get accessibility grants

Seniors apartments struggling to get accessibility grants

Rent limits peg Fort St. John at $700, prompting North Peace Seniors Housing Society, MLA Dan Davies to call for exemptions, changes to BC Housing grant program
Prince Rupert to welcome Ruby Princess, 45,000-plus additional tourists

Prince Rupert to welcome Ruby Princess, 45,000-plus additional tourists

Princess Cruises expected to more than quadruple the number of cruise ship visitors to the northern B.C. city
Mother's Day Run goes rain or shine on Sunday

Mother's Day Run goes rain or shine on Sunday

Proceeds will support the Fort St. John Women's Resource Society
Watt's Happening: Power to spare

Watt's Happening: Power to spare

It there enough to power our hi-tech, energy hungry, over-populated planet? Is it actually possible to power everything all the time with renewables?
Cobs raises $1600 for SPCA

Cobs raises $1600 for SPCA

A local bakery recently raised $1,600 in support of the North Peace SPCA. Cobs Bread raised the funds with the help of hungry customers during its annual 'Doughnation Day' event last month.
Northern B.C. communities lobby for fairer vehicle insurance rates

Northern B.C. communities lobby for fairer vehicle insurance rates

Resolution to be brought forward to UBCM convention in September