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8/27/2014

Dawson Creek residents get ready to walk for ALS

The 5th annual walk for ALS will be taking place in the Mile Zero City at Walter Wright Pioneer Village on Sept. 6th. After all of the attention the ice bucket challenge has created educating people on the cause, organizers are hoping it will draw out a larger crowd for ... Read more
8/27/2014

2014 Oil and Gas Conference cancelled

At their August 26, 2014 Special Meeting, the Regional Council for the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality unanimously resolved to cancel the 2014 Oil and Gas Conference, scheduled for September 30th to October 1st in Fort Nelson. The NRRM Council sites poorer than expected registration numbers, limited resources, and low participation ... Read more
8/27/2014

September 2 start day for schools unlikely

BC teachers have been on strike now since mid June in a battle for a new contract with the province dealing in part with increased wages and class size and composition. But with school slated to start on September second it’s looking increasingly unlikely that students will be filling classrooms ... Read more
8/26/2014

Bear Mountain Nordic Trails open for hiking

Just off the Dangerous Goods route on the outskirts of Dawson Creek lies over 25 kilometres of Cross-country skiing trails. However when there’s no snow on the ground, that doesn’t exactly mean the trails are barren. “We have mowed the ski trails and it’s just great walking, it’s beautiful,” said ... Read more
8/26/2014

Dawson shines in Club Championship

After a successful showing on Wednesday night, Ben Dawson continued his reign on the BBC's Cactus Trails on Sunday by taking home the Club Championship title.  "There are some really fast riders here with the club, so it's always good to come out here and do well," said Dawson with ... Read more

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28.08.2014

Art imitates life for ex-Sudanese child soldier Emmanuel Jal in 'The Good Lie'

TORONTO - By the time he was nine, Emmanuel Jal knew how to fire a gun and go onto a battlefield, a young recruit on the front lines of a bloody conflict.

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28.08.2014

Adrien Brody surprised at 'sheer pain' of playing Houdini in History miniseries

TORONTO - When Adrien Brody was faced with recreating one of Houdini's most ambitious stunts โ€” freeing himself from a water torture chamber โ€” the actor found there wasn't much room for error.

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28.08.2014

Lights, camera, crunch time for TIFF movie-makers with world premieres

TORONTO - The curtain opens on the Toronto International Film Festival in less than a week, and while the stars get ready for primping, some movie-makers are undergoing a far less-glamorous process โ€” sitting bleary-eyed in editing rooms putting the final touches on their projects.

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