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Halloween Safety Tips from the RCMP

With Halloween tonight, the RCMP have released a number of safety tips. Halloween Safety Tips 'Tis the season for ghosts and ghouls! But beware, with Halloween fast approaching the safety of your children should be foremost. Keep these useful safety tips...
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 Canadians who are sleep deprived get a small break this weekend as most of Canada switches from daylight saving time to standard time. Before going to bed tonight, most of the country will turn their clocks back one hour, and...
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Below are a list of events talking place this weekend in Fort St. John.  If you have a Halloween event that is missing from this list, please add it as a comment below. ...
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West Moberly First Nations wants the B.C. Supreme Court to overrule a government decision that allows mining in caribou habitat. In September, the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources approved a bulk-sample permit to Vancouver-based First Coal Corporation.  ...
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The Fort St. John Medical Clinic has yet to receive its second shipment of the H1N1 vaccine. Spokesperson Lorraine Gerow says Public Health is telling the clinic that the vaccines have been held up in Prince George....
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School District 60 will be sending all students home at 1:00 p.m. on Friday. With the weather getting worse, school officials have arranged for busses to bring students home. Superintendant of School District 60, Larry Espe, says all schools in the...
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It may only take a can of food to ward off monsters this weekend. Goblins and ghouls from the North Peace Secondary School are organizing the school's first ever 'Halloween for Hunger' campaign. Principal Daniel Vecchio says around 20 students have...
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Although the local airport received only five centimeters yesterday, only about half of the top end prediction, Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning on Friday morning. Now this doesn't rate as a major October dump, given that the daily...
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An energetic hockey mom wants the Energetic City's Peewee 'B' team to win a once-in-a-lifetime prize. Jenny Craig says the VE Brandl Peewee 'B' Flyers are competing against five other minor-hockey teams in the Tim-br Mart World Junior Hockey...
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It was an accident-prone day on Thursday, for motorists in Fort St. John. Watch Commander Corporal Fesenko says there were around five motor-vehicle accidents, all caused by poor weather conditions. Although there were no serious...
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The Fort St. John RCMP are now treating a suspicious death at the Doig River First Nations Reserve as a homicide. Officers say 40 year-old Kevin Attachie was found dead at a residence in the community on Sunday October 25th. Constable...
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Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm has confirmed that Fort St. John will be the beneficiary of nearly 808 thousand dollars, under terms of a new senior government agreement to renovate and retrofit social housing. Prince George/Peace River...
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Officials in the School District 60 are getting first-hand experience dealing with H1N1 complications. Just this past week, students from the North Peace Secondary School participated in a class trip to Victoria. The group was scouting out potential colleges and...
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The President of Teco Taxi says he's not pleased that City Council isn't backing a proposed rate increase. Leonard Aylward discussed the proposal on this week's Issues and Answers. Two weeks ago, City Council received a letter from Teco Taxi, stating...
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New wrestling season starts Tuesday

The Fort St. John Wrestling Club is beginning its 2009-2010 season. The first practice is on Tuesday, November 3rd, and from there on out, practices will be held every Wednesday and Thursday from 6 to 8...
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Elks jump to strong start

Thirteen members of the Elks Speedskating club travelled to Edmonton over the weekend to participate in a competition.  It was a big meet, with over 200 skaters, including many of the top short track skaters from Western Canada. The...
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  Photo: The 2009 Ice slide at the High on Ice festival (photo courtesy of www.fortstjohn.ca)     Young speedsters will get more chance to test out their snow pants next year, with the expansion of the Ice Slide at the upcoming High on...
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