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Northeast B.C. events receive $382,458

Four events in Fort St. John are receiving a share of provincial COVID-19 recovery funding.
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A performance of The Nutcracker at the North Peace Cultural Centre in 2016.

Four events in Fort St. John are receiving a share of provincial COVID-19 recovery funding.

The City of Fort St. John is receiving $50,000 for the High on Ice Winter Festival.

The Nutcracker ballet performance, which opens this week, is receiving $4,200.

Studio 2 Stage is receiving $2,000 for its Christmas dance recital.

And Peace Fusion Dance Society is receiving $3,000 for its spotlight dance competition.

Elsewhere in the region, the Hudson’s Hope Fall Fair is receiving $2,400, and the Peace Valley Folk Fest $12,752.

The Fort Nelson First Nation is receiving $18,726 for its annual celebration, while West Mo Days is receiving $27,900.

In Dawson Creek, the Dawson Creek Exhibition & Stampede is receiving $244,480, and the Dawson Creek Triathlon $2,000. The Chetwynd International Chainsaw Carving Competition is receiving $15,000.

Monies are coming from the Fairs, Festivals and Events Recovery Fund.


Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca