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3/2/2015

Bylaw will see Cats regulated in Dawson Creek

The city of Dawson Creek might see a tighter leash around its regulation of local feline populations.  At their latest council meeting, the South Peace BCSPCA showcased the numerous problems unregulated cat groups are having on the mile zero city and the steps that can be taken to rectify those issues. Discussion and voting ... Read more
3/2/2015

Tyke’s take over the Kin Arena

The Dawson Creek Minor Hockey Association hosted Pre-Novice (under age seven) teams from around the Peace this past weekend. At such a young age, the goal was just to have fun and get the kids who don’t play often, a lot of games in a short amount of time. With ... Read more
3/2/2015

Extreme sports excites Peace Region residents

Adrenaline junkies in the Peace flocked to the Encana Events Centre on Saturday to watch some of the best freestyle motocross competitors. From whips, to the kiss of death and even a backflip or two, fans did not leave disappointed. Dylan McMorran competed against his older brother, Lance. The younger ... Read more
3/2/2015

Fort St. John celebrates black history month

The sounds of the Caribbean filled the North Peace Cultural centre theatre on Saturday night as the Steel band entertained the crowd. Black history month was the celebration and residents from Fort Saint John came out for the festivities. The event hosted by the Pan African Caribbean Association included Caribbean ... Read more
3/2/2015

Community honoring local outstanding citizens

The Community Awards Program publically honours citizens who have made significant contributions to the city of Fort St John. These awards celebrate the dedication and generosity of outstanding citizens, businesses, athletes and volunteers who have given back to the Energetic City. And it’s up to residents to nominate these outstanding ... Read more

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03.03.2015

Dean McDermott will no longer be host of 'Chopped Canada'

TORONTO - Canadian actor Dean McDermott and the TV series "Chopped Canada" are cutting ties.

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03.03.2015

Tena Stivicic wins prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for her play '3 Winters'

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Tena Stivicic was still buzzing a day after winning the oldest and most prestigious playwriting prize for women with her sweeping play about four generations of women growing up in Croatia after World War II.

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03.03.2015

Michael McKean talks 'Better Call Saul,' electromagnetic hypersensitivity

TORONTO - As is the case with every character in a Vince Gilligan production, there's a lot more to "Better Call Saul" shut-in Chuck McGill than his debilitating condition, says Michael McKean.

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