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    Two doctors announce they’re leaving Fort St. John Medical Clinic

    FORT ST. JOHN – Just when it looked like Fort St. John’s doctor shortage was starting to get better, physicians Pieter de Bruyn and Jana de Bruyn have announced they will be leaving. On May 13, 2015,...

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  • Richard McCrea, curator of paleontology at the Peace Region Paleontology Research Centre, is approaching municipal councils to request letters of support for the development of the Williston Lake trackway site, which he will then take to government and industry to request funding. Photo: Bronwyn Scott
    Protecting the Williston Lake dinosaur trackways

    HUDSON’S HOPE – The Williston Lake dinosaur trackways in a building, protected from the elements, with an interpretive and educational component is what Richard McCrea envisions for the major paleontological find. McCrea, curator of paleontology with the...

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    Charges approved against Thomas Gauthier in Fort St. John road rage assault

    FORT ST. JOHN – Fort St. John resident Thomas Gauthier is the individual who was arrested in the May 13 road rage incident that escalated to violence, leaving a three-year-old child in hospital overnight. RCMP recommended numerous...

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    More camping available for Canola Fest

    FORT ST. JOHN – Although camping spaces filled up at Peace Island Park during the weekend of Canola Fest shortly after the music event was announced, festival goers now have another chance to camp. Organizers have struck...

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  • From left to right: Second place winner Adarah May Burrows, third place winner Drayden Tyrrell and first place winner Aaron Lavigne hold the trophy they earned for their school. Photo: Bronwyn Scott
    Gold, silver and bronze for Baldonnel Elementary in School District 60’s speech contest

    FORT ST. JOHN – For many, standing in front of a crowd to speak publicly induces heart palpations, shaky knees, profuse sweating, anxiety induced ‘brain farts,’ and the uncontrollable urge to run away. But contestants in School...

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  • Fort St. John council listens intently to what Greg Lamothe, national director of health consulting with MNP, has to say about the community's approach to improving health care. Lamothe wasn't able to attend in person due to a cancelled flight, and so spoke to council remotely. Photo: Bronwyn cott
    Potential health care solutions presented to Fort St. John council

    FORT ST. JOHN – Fort St. John has the tools to address the community’s health care needs now that a report commissioned by the Long Term Health Care Solutions Committee is complete. MNP, one of the largest...

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  • Charlotte Roslin and her mom Sasha Roslin attended the Spring Into Action Playgroup at the Childcare Resource and Referral Centre in Dawson Creek on May 13. Photo: Stacy Thomas
  • Community members came together to talk about the cumulative effects of LNG developments, and how to ensure the community's best interests are at heart. Photo: Bronwyn Scott
    LNG dialogue session draws on local expertise

    FORT ST. JOHN – Industry leaders, First Nations representatives, city councillors and others came together for an LNG dialogue session with West Coast Environmental Law and Northwest Institute for Bioregional Research on Tues., May 12. The two...

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  • Kathy Robinson, Carl Lindh, Hugh Large and Isabelle Labillois, from North Peace Airport Service Ltd., were hard at work in the community gardens on Thurs., May 14. Photo: Bronwyn Scott
    Growing a healthy community

    FORT ST. JOHN – Fruits and veggies help to grow healthy bodies, and helping your neighbour works towards building healthy communities. On Thursday and Friday, May 14-15, volunteers from the North Peace Airport Services Ltd. and others...

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  • Don't worry, contained campfires are still OK. Photo from MetroCreativeConnection.com
    Open fire ban now in effect

    FORT ST. JOHN – Open fires are restricted in the Prince George Fire Area as of Weds., May 13. The Prince George Fire Centre extends from the borders of the Yukon and Northwest Territories in the north,...

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