Canadian Rangers visit FSJ this weekend

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The Canadian Rangers will be stopping in Fort St. John this weekend, as part of their cross-country snowmobile trip.

The 35 Rangers will be snowmobiling from Kitimat, BC to Churchill, Manitoba.

On Saturday, the legion will be holding a steak night in honour of the Rangers. A meet and greet is scheduled for Sunday.

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The trip is a training mission and allows people from the communities to meet and interact with the Canadian Rangers.

Everyone is encouraged to attend both events. For more information call the legion at 250-785-3917.

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