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9/27/2016

Grande Prairie RCMP seek help in locating missing woman

Grande Prairie RCMP are looking for the public’s help in locating a missing 28-year-old woman. Police say Candace Lacey Mineault was reported missing on Monday, Sept. 26. She was last in contact with her family on Thursday, Sept. 15. Mineault is described as 5’6”, approximately 110 lbs with long black ... Read more
9/27/2016

Creep Catchers come to Fort St John

The vigilante justice group “Creep Catchers” has come to Fort St John. The idea is to catch child predators, by acting as someone under the age of 18, then catching them in the act of trying to engage in a sexual relationship with a minor. The group is notorious ... Read more
9/27/2016

Grande Prairie RCMP warn public about aggressive door-to-door sales

Grande Prairie RCMP are advising residents to use caution when dealing with door-to-door sales vendors. Police say they have responded to numerous complaints of people using aggressive door-to-door sales techniques. Officers are reminding the public to never let a salesperson inside your home, ask for both photo identification and business ... Read more
9/26/2016

Fort St. John school hopes to purchase new books for outdated library with "Adopt a School" program

According to the Association of Canadian Publishers, schools should get a library budget of at least $30 per student per year.  But Fort St. John’s Northern BC Distance Education School’s library only gets $2 per child each year. “Our library collection is very dated and we haven’t been able to ... Read more
9/26/2016

Amnesty International report on human rights violations in northeast BC to be unveiled in November

Northeastern BC is sure to be an area of global attention when a report on human rights violations is released in the near future. In November Amnesty International Canada will release its report on the intersection of gender, Indigenous rights and energy development in the area. After two years of ... Read more

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27.09.2016

One streaming service down, another 'continues to grow:' Bell CEO

WINNIPEG โ€” The president and CEO of Bell Canada is expressing confidence in his company's streaming video service even as a competitor in the Netflix-dominated field prepares to shut down.

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27.09.2016

Street named after late country music star Marty Robbins

GLENDALE, Ariz. โ€” City officials in Glendale have named a street after late country music star Marty Robbins, who was born in the Phoenix suburb in 1925.

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27.09.2016

Blige, Clinton interview clips face ridicule online

LOS ANGELES โ€” A pair of clips teasing Mary J. Blige's interview with Hillary Clinton on her upcoming Apple Music show "The 411" isn't winning over social media users.

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