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5/2/2016

Over 50 years of honour roll plaques unveiled at secondary school

Over five decades of history is now hanging on a wall in Fort St. John’s North Peace Secondary School. “When you’ve been here 50 years ago and come back and to see history and to see fellow students and students you grew up with and went to school with it’s ... Read more
5/2/2016

North Peace BCSPCA hopes to raise $35,000 during may community challenge

The North Peace BCSPCA branch is ready to battle it out against the South Peace branch in some friendly competition. This month the branches are hosting their Community Challenge to raise funds for general costs the shelters have to cover throughout the year. This year the North Peace Branch’s goal ... Read more
5/2/2016

New renovations at Dawson Creek Golf Course

Due to the unusually warm weather, the Dawson Creek Golf Course was able to open their doors early – April 12th this year. It’s also allowed them to complete some projects – their patio was re-done, with new chairs, tables, glass panels all donated from business in the community. ... Read more
5/2/2016

FSJ Killbillies wipe out Aurora Boriellas

The Fort St. John Killbillies were absolutely dominant in their first roller derby bout of the season Saturday night.   They beat Aurora Boriellas 317-42 in front of a big crowd at the North Peace Arena.   Aurora Boriellas was completely unable to stop the Killbillies' jammer from passing them ... Read more
5/2/2016

Injured moose on the loose in Fort St. John

Residents of Fort St. John are concerned about a young moose that has been limping around the city's north end for the past week.   Sunday the moose was hanging out around the corner of 110th avenue and 98th street.   A couple of bystanders tried to help the moose ... Read more

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03.05.2016

Afeni Shakur, mother of rap legend Tupac Shakur, dies at 69

Afeni Shakur, mother of the late rap star Tupac Shakur, has died. She was 69 years old.

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03.05.2016

Documentary explores the bond between the homeless and their devoted pets

TORONTO - It was the sight of what appeared to be a homeless man in medical distress that caught filmmaker Helene Choquette's attention.

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03.05.2016

'The Apology' at Hot Docs gives voice to so-called 'comfort women'

TORONTO - Toronto director Tiffany Hsiung tears up when discussing her new documentary "The Apology," about the 200,000 so-called "comfort women" who were forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War.

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