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So many awesome things to do in the Peace this weekend

This is about the busiest weekend of the year so far. The High on Ice festival takes Fort St. John by storm Feb. 6 – 8.

Geoscience BC groundwater study to begin in spring

Geoscience BC is planning the Peace Project to research groundwater in the Peace Region, the organization announced in its 2014 annual report.

StatsCan changes its local data sampling

Dawson Creek will no longer be part of the monthly survey

'Maladjusted' to hit Peace Region stages

If you're looking for light entertainment, this might not be your bag, but organizers hope that audiences walk away with a better understanding of a part of society that often gets brushed under the rug.

UBC program hopes to lure midwives to the Northeast

There is not a single midwife in the entire northeast region of B.C. There never has been. In fact, save for a few in Smithers and Hazelton, there are no midwives north of Prince George.

Police ID man believed responsible for robberies across three provinces

Police have identified the man they believed to have recently robbed a Dawson Creek bank and eight others across western Canada. Shaun Christopher Cornish, 26, faces three robbery charges in Alberta.

Curry et cetera closes its doors

A 70-year old retired teacher and (recently) former restaurateur, has decided five years was long enough for her wildly popular Indian restaurant in Pouce Coupe, Curry et cetera, which closed its doors in January.

Single vehicle collision kills 51-year-old Prince George man

RCMP in Mackenzie responded to a single vehicle collision on Jan. 29 that resulted in the death of a 51-year-old Prince George man. At approximately 2:44 p.m.

15 awesome things to do in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John this weekend

It’s Superbowl weekend! Are you ready? Check out the big game on the big screen at the Lido Theatre on Sunday. Maybe your not that into football, that’s ok.

Bank of Canada shocker: key interest rate drops to 0.75% amid oil slump threat

OTTAWA - The looming threat of sliding oil prices forced the Bank of Canada to drop its trend-setting interest rate Wednesday, a surprising move that shows just how much the country's economic outlook has soured in a matter of months.