Local News

Latest News

  • Copyright Gregory Cain
    Gov’t funding improves Fort Nelson’s trail access

    FORT NELSON – Nature enthusiasts, as well as joggers, walkers, cyclists and other recreational users of the Fort Nelson Community Trail will notice improved access to the entry points...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • pumpkin
    Pioneer Village turned haunted for Halloween

    DAWSON CREEK – Last year’s Halloween Haunted Village was deemed spooktacular by attendees. This year the Family Friendly Events Committee hopes to keep the tradition alive for Dawson Creek’s...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • Buildingbylaw2131
    Draft Building Bylaw reviewed by residents

    CHETWYND – The proposed draft Building Bylaw 2131, 2014 was put to the test by Peace area residents, who reviewed it against the previous Building Bylaw 1189, 1999  in...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • let's talk Site C
    City shares Site C community consultation results

    A number of safeguards have been put in place to protect and promote the community’s interests if the Province gives the go-ahead for the Site C dam, a controversial...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • site_c_artist_rendering1.grey.Par.0001.Image
    Canadian gov’t gives Site C the go-ahead

    FORT ST. JOHN – Site C has environmental assessment approval, the federal government is in favour of the dam, and now B.C. residents are just waiting to hear what...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • PRRD
    Water and septage receiving facilities proposed in the PRRD

    CHETWYND – Service establishment bylaws, one to build sewage and septage receiving facilities and the other to build potable water facilities, were given their first three readings by Peace...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • File photo | Dawson Creek RCMP detachment
    Three days, six fires in D.C.

    DAWSON CREEK – The Dawson Creek RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in finding individuals responsible for setting six fires in the city between Oct. 12 and Oct....

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • health crisis
    Talks with Northern Health prove promising

    FORT ST. JOHN – A new medical clinic projected to be open by December, and doctors possibly coming once again from South Africa are two major developments that could...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • Destination BC is scheduled to announce changes Nov. 4.
    Destination BC to announce changes next month

    DAWSON CREEK – Tourism stakeholders across the province will have to wait another month before Destination BC’s new corporate strategy is released. The Crown corporation has said that they...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0
  • BillBenett
    Chetwynd forum inspires hope despite closures

    CHETWYND – While the news of falling coal prices, mine closures and temporary layoffs, has left many in the northeast uncertain about the industry, the message at the 10th...

    • Posted 2 days ago
    • 0