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OGC issues approval for Fort Nelson LNG plant

OGC issues approval for Fort Nelson LNG plant

KT Energy anticipates construction start in 2018
Honouring the women of the Alaska Highway

Honouring the women of the Alaska Highway

Fort Nelson resident decided to celebrate the highway anniversary by featuring the women of the area
Watching the divine highway pilgrimage

Watching the divine highway pilgrimage

Fort Nelson songwriter Randy Jorgenson has a personal connection to the Alaska Highway
Moose riders fined for harassing wildlife

Moose riders fined for harassing wildlife

Two Fort St. John men have been ordered to pay a combined $8,000 in fines and penalties after filming themselves jumping onto the back of a moose on a lake near Fort Nelson in July 2014.
Group looks to establish new First Nation

Group looks to establish new First Nation

A group of more than 100 members of the Fort Nelson First Nation say they’ve given the federal government notice of its intentions to establish a new First Nation in Northeast B.C.
Chamber, Chevron work to maximize local business benefits

Chamber, Chevron work to maximize local business benefits

Agreement looks to give Fort Nelson business an edge
Fort Nelson struggles to rebuild ‘devastated’ forestry sector

Fort Nelson struggles to rebuild ‘devastated’ forestry sector

When a pair of Fort Nelson timber processing plants closed eight years ago, the town didn’t feel the impact right away. For many workers, finding employment in the booming Horn River natural gas play was relatively easy.
Mining companies to build LNG plant in Fort Nelson

Mining companies to build LNG plant in Fort Nelson

Two Vancouver-based mining companies are seizing on the abundance of natural gas in the Peace region to build liquefied natural gas plants in Fort Nelson to supply new mines planned for the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Casino Mining Corp.
Oil & gas crash makes enrolment projection difficult for Fort Nelson schools

Oil & gas crash makes enrolment projection difficult for Fort Nelson schools

Teachers and staff at NE B.C. district will spend first two days of 2016/17 school year counting heads, population fluctuation makes enrolment projection impractical
Fort Nelson artist raises $4,200 for museum in painting marathon

Fort Nelson artist raises $4,200 for museum in painting marathon

Fort Nelson artist Dawn Gullackson is giving her hands, and creative mind, a much needed rest after finishing a marathon 100-day painting challenge and raising more than $4,200 for the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum.