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Canada creating COVID-19 vaccine passport for international travel

Canada creating COVID-19 vaccine passport for international travel

Here is everything you need to know about Canada's new proof of vaccination protocol for travel.
The War Amps key tag service celebrates 75 years (VIDEO)

The War Amps key tag service celebrates 75 years (VIDEO)

The service has returned more than 1.5 million sets of lost keys. 🔑🏷️
Fort St. John Arts Council launches Creative Hub survey

Fort St. John Arts Council launches Creative Hub survey

The Fort St. John Community Arts Council is looking for public input on the development of a new Creative Hub for artists in the city.
Insurance Bureau of Canada says now is the time to rethink wildfire policy

Insurance Bureau of Canada says now is the time to rethink wildfire policy

A lot of factors go into calculating a premium, and it's very unlikely you would be fully turned down, according to a spokesman.
North Shore bog plant is a meat eater, UBC study finds

North Shore bog plant is a meat eater, UBC study finds

First carnivorous plant discovered in 20 years
B.C. Prosecution Service says no further charges in legislature spending scandal

B.C. Prosecution Service says no further charges in legislature spending scandal

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Prosecution Service says two special prosecutors have declined further charges after receiving the final RCMP report into the spending activities of senior staff at the provincial legislature.
B.C. Supreme Court judge refuses to ask jurors about vaccine status

B.C. Supreme Court judge refuses to ask jurors about vaccine status

Request delved into “a private and personal sphere”
Man charged after stopping helicopter at Tisdale ice cream shop

Man charged after stopping helicopter at Tisdale ice cream shop

Helicopter lands in high-traffic area to buy a cake.
'Starting from scratch': Longtime Lytton rafting business levelled by wildfire looks to rebuild

'Starting from scratch': Longtime Lytton rafting business levelled by wildfire looks to rebuild

Hyak River Rafting lost everything, including its accommodations and equipment, in the June 30 blaze.
Rotary Mega Lottery delivers $64,000 to Peace Region community clubs

Rotary Mega Lottery delivers $64,000 to Peace Region community clubs

Twenty-two charities and community clubs in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, and Chetwynd have received nearly $64,000 in winnings as the Rotary Club of Fort St. John recently delivered the proceeds from its 2020 Mega Lottery.