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Workplace bullying should be treated as a public health issue

Workplace bullying should be treated as a public health issue

It’s clear the current workplace health and safety framework isn’t stopping people from getting bullied. It’s time to treat bullying as a public health issue and address the problem more effectively.
$28K donation for Hospital Foundation

$28K donation for Hospital Foundation

Chances donates proceeds during Sept. 27 presentation
Round dance celebration

Round dance celebration

Organizers hope the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation event will become yearly
Huskies unbeaten after three

Huskies unbeaten after three

Home opener against the Wheat Kings next Friday
Inspired by area B's Karen Goodings

Inspired by area B's Karen Goodings

Suzanne Haab hopes to represent area C on the Peace River Regional District board
2022 street banners unveiled

2022 street banners unveiled

Fort St. John street banner program a vibrant display of First Nations culture, truth and reconciliation
Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Hailey Hamelin-Wilson was the first Indigenous woman to be crowned Miss Canada Globe in 2021. She went on to compete in Miss Globe, showcasing powwow dancing as her special skill.
Fort St. John leading by example

Fort St. John leading by example

Close to $1.2 million in grants has helped the city become a cleaner, greener community
Fort St. John gathers for reconciliation

Fort St. John gathers for reconciliation

Round dance and feast planned in Taylor Friday evening
Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect

Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect

From museum exhibits to marches, online webinars to workshops, there are a multitude of ways to participate in the second iteration of Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconciliation