- Tumbler Ridge R.C.M.P. warn campers to be safe this May long weekendPosted 35 mins ago
- $20,000 arts loan fund returned to Dawson Creek coffersPosted 1 hour ago
- BC Hydro names preferred proponent for Site C worker accommodations contractPosted 17 hours ago
- Fort St. John’s in its best financial position in yearsPosted 18 hours ago
- Treated sewage put to good use in the Old FortPosted 21 hours ago
- Fair Share Agreement honoured for 2015Posted 1 day ago
- Jim Pattison in Fort St. John, stops to chat with Save-On employeesPosted 2 days ago
- Teenager arrested after RCMP respond to report of a stabbingPosted 6 days ago
- Day of Mourning commemorates lives lost, brings workplace safety to the forePosted 6 days ago
- PRRD getting tough on industry; says no to environmental assessment exemptionsPosted 1 week ago
Tumbler Ridge R.C.M.P. warn campers to be safe this May long weekend
TUMBLER RIDGE – Victoria Day falls on May 18 this year, making the weekend of May 15 “May Long Weekend” and Tumbler Ridge RCMP have issued a statement informing the public that police will be out in...
- Posted 35 mins ago
$20,000 arts loan fund returned to Dawson Creek coffers
DAWSON CREEK – Dawson Creek city council voted at its April 27 meeting to accept $20,000 back from Community Futures to be returned to the city’s general revenue. The Arts & Culture Endowment Loan Fund (ACE) was...
- Posted 1 hour ago
BC Hydro names preferred proponent for Site C worker accommodations contract
FORT ST. JOHN – A multi-faith centre, a 100-person movie theatre, and a standalone gymnasium with a running track are just some of the amenities that workers will enjoy during construction of Site C. Guest rooms are...
- Posted 17 hours ago
Fort St. John’s in its best financial position in years
FORT ST. JOHN – A recent audit by Sander Rose Bone Grindle LLP reveals that the City of Fort St. John is in an enviable financial position. The results show that Fort St. John is in a...
- Posted 18 hours ago
Treated sewage put to good use in the Old Fort
FORT ST. JOHN – Sewage might not be good for a lot of things, but a new ‘green’ project in Fort St. John will take treated effluent and turn it into power. Construction is now underway on...
- Posted 21 hours ago
Fair Share Agreement honoured for 2015
FORT ST. JOHN – Although the future of Fair Share hangs in the balance, the Province honored the existing agreement for 2015 and came through with the funding Peace communities had been banking on. When the Province...
- Posted 1 day ago
Jim Pattison in Fort St. John, stops to chat with Save-On employees
FORT ST. JOHN – Billionaire Jim Pattison, with an estimated net worth of $9.5-billion, was in Fort St. John on Weds., April 29, and he stopped in at Save-On-Foods and visited with the employees. Pattison, CEO, chairman...
- Posted 2 days ago
Teenager arrested after RCMP respond to report of a stabbing
FORT ST. JOHN – RCMP arrested a teenager after responding to a report of a stabbing outside the Pomeroy Sport Centre on the evening of Monday, April 27. At approximately 9:40 p.m., police arrived to find that...
- Posted 6 days ago
Day of Mourning commemorates lives lost, brings workplace safety to the fore
FORT ST. JOHN – The rain blew in sideways, threatening to carry away the bright umbrellas the small procession clutched as they made their way down 100 Street, from City Hall to Centennial Park. The march, at...
- Posted 6 days ago
PRRD getting tough on industry; says no to environmental assessment exemptions
DAWSON CREEK – The Peace River Regional District board decided to take a tougher stance with industry, when it rejected two requests for support of exclusion from assessments by the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) of British Columbia;...
- Posted 1 week ago