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Golden Arches get green light in Fort Nelson

Golden Arches get green light in Fort Nelson

Ground proposed to break this spring on former gas station site
Airport traffic beats expectations

Airport traffic beats expectations

204,390 passengers welcomed through the gates in 2022
Site C counts 4,476 workers in December

Site C counts 4,476 workers in December

The workforce at Site C dam fell to 4,476 workers in December as construction entered the winter season, according to the latest employment figures from BC Hydro.
Firms awarded for Taylor Bridge repairs

Firms awarded for Taylor Bridge repairs

Hatch Ltd., Charter Project Delivery Inc., and T.Y. Lin International Canada Ltd. share a 2023 engineering award of excellence
Student entrepreneurs learn business savvy, philanthropy

Student entrepreneurs learn business savvy, philanthropy

Entrepreneurship class teaches high school students basics of business, teamwork, and turning profits for a good cause
Apartment vacancies fall, rents rise in Fort St. John

Apartment vacancies fall, rents rise in Fort St. John

City has highest vacancy rate among B.C. communities with more than 10,000 people
Hospital Auxiliary buys new Broda chairs for care home residents

Hospital Auxiliary buys new Broda chairs for care home residents

Much needed equipment will enhance comfort, mobility, and socialization of patients at Peace Villa and the Fort St. John hospital
Geoscience BC data helping narrow search for mining opportunities

Geoscience BC data helping narrow search for mining opportunities

Central Interior copper-gold study focused on vast Quesnel Terraine.
Food bank donation an encouraging start to new year

Food bank donation an encouraging start to new year

600 to 700 families in Fort St. John rely on the Salvation Army for food every month
Latest Canfor restructuring affects nearly 500 mill workers in northern B.C.

Latest Canfor restructuring affects nearly 500 mill workers in northern B.C.

VANCOUVER — Canfor Corporation says as many as 157 employees face layoffs in one northern British Columbia town, but the company says it's too early to estimate job losses in a second community as the forest products firm restructures its B.C.
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