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    Establishing boundaries with FSJ residents

    FORT ST. JOHN – It was a sparse turnout at the Boundary Extension Open House on Wednesday evening, July 23, at the Quality Inn Northern Grand in Fort St....

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David Johnston of People First, addresses Dawson Creek ccouncil about accessibility in the city.
    Looking for labour: BC People First wants change to TFW program

    DAWSON CREEK – Although the Temporary Foreign Workers Program recently underwent several changes, local resident David Johnston hopes one more change will be added to the list. Johnston, self-advocate...

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    Water usage up in D.C. despite bylaw

    DAWSON CREEK – Recent high water usage in the city has prompted the City of Dawson Creek to remind residents of the current Stage One Water Conservation Measures that...

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    Community discusses fate of Tate Creek Centre

    DAWSON CREEK – Despite years of fundraising for the benefit of the Tate Creek Elementary School and adjoining Community Centre, many residents of Tate Creek and Tupper are asking...

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    City moves full speed ahead on transportation

    FORT ST. JOHN – The City’s new Transportation Master Plan puts pedestrian, cycling and vehicle travel infrastructure development on the fast track. At a Committee of the Whole meeting...

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    Rancourt says investment in education could close labour gap

    DAWSON CREEK – After having just come off of accommodating a $875,000 cut to the Northern Lights College budget, president Laurie Rancourt is already concerned about expected cuts for...

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    West Moberly First Nations celebrate 100 years

    MOBERLY LAKE- The West Moberly First Nations celebrated the 100th year since becoming a member of Treaty 8, during their annual West Mo Days event last weekend. The celebrations...

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    Canada’s got talent, and it’s at Grizfest 2014

    TUMBLER RIDGE – Grizfest is back for its 13th year and this year’s lineup features more local talent and Canadiana than ever before. Chetwynd’s City Light Vigil, Downwater Union...

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    Gov’t launches $305-mill Internet project

    FORT ST. JOHN – The Conservative government launched a project on Mon., July 28, that could get residents in Northeastern B.C. faster and cheaper Internet. The Connecting Canadians project...

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    Calling all screenwriters

    FORT ST. JOHN – Aspiring screenwriters and filmmakers 18 years and older in the Peace Region have their chance to shine with the Reel Shorts Film Festival’s third annual...

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