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CN Rail crossing rehabilitation to close 100 Street

CN Rail crossing rehabilitation to close 100 Street

The City of Fort St. John says 100 Street north of the intersection with Northern Lights Drive will be closed on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. The city says safety-critical work on the CN rail crossing by CN crews requires a full closure of 100 Street.
Decommissioned Burrard Thermal power plant a premium piece of industrial property

Decommissioned Burrard Thermal power plant a premium piece of industrial property

The NDP government removes heritage asset designation
Fort St. John airport holds steady, with optimistic outlook for future

Fort St. John airport holds steady, with optimistic outlook for future

Airport looks forward to runway upgrades, summer flights, hangar expansions, and 5G
Around Town: 100th Street construction

Around Town: 100th Street construction

B.C. natural resources remain an Asia-Pacific priority

B.C. natural resources remain an Asia-Pacific priority

Mining sector tops in Canada in attracting the region’s investment in 2020, report finds
Comment: Anti-pipeline reports fuelled by false premises

Comment: Anti-pipeline reports fuelled by false premises

Calling for pipeline closures may be popular with some. However, this popularity does not make it more logical, responsible, or appropriate
New Lheidli T'enneh chief reaffirms commitment to proposed natural gas projects

New Lheidli T'enneh chief reaffirms commitment to proposed natural gas projects

Project in pre-feasibility stage to determine scope
96th Street roadworks tendered

96th Street roadworks tendered

Council awarded the $1.33-million tender to low bidder Chapman Industries of Vernon
Fort St. John sets 2021 tax rates

Fort St. John sets 2021 tax rates

The city is increasing taxes to balance a $3.6-million deficit
Fears rural B.C. will lose seats in legislature

Fears rural B.C. will lose seats in legislature

NDP moves to eliminate electoral riding protections for three rural regions