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Monthly Archives: April 2010

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Treaty 8 laments demise of BCUC

By Energeticcity.ca staff Treaty 8 First Nations are livid with the Provincial Government, for its decision to go ahead with the Site 'C' Dam project without regulatory oversight. On Monday, April 19th, Premier Gordon Campbell announced that the province was...
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Art Auction hits Fort St. John

By Energeticcity.ca staff Local art collectors will be drawn into temptation during the 27th annual Art Auction on Saturday. Peace Gallery North is holding the event at the Quality Inn. Cocktails start at 5:30 p.m., with dinner to follow at 6:00...
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By Energeticcity.ca staff   FSJ Mixed Slow-pitch hosts its annual Umpire Clinic on Saturday. Teams are reminded to have enough players in attendance to qualify for the performance bond reimbursement: Competitive teams need 2 players per team, Recreational teams need 4 players...
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Thursday night BBC results -submitted   Kevin Shaw won the Thursday night Baldonnel time trial with a season’s fastest 25:05. Peter King was second with 25:30 and Roger St. Jean third at 26:45. Sandy McDonald was 4th at 27:20 and Richard Wood...
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By Christine Rumleskie The Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce continues its fight to level the playing field for oil and gas service companies. Chamber President Russ Beerling says a policy was recently supported by the B.C. Chamber...
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Moose FM and the EnCana Events Centre have a major concert to announce on Monday. Be listening to 100.1 Moose FM at 7:10am Monday, to find out who is coming to the Peace Country.  Before we get to the announcement,...
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Mayor defends travel spending

Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz says he has already paid the city back for any personal items that he put on the City's credit card - file photo.   By Christine Rumleskie   A special council meeting has prompted Mayor Bruce Lantz to defend...
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Fort St. John Gasoline Price Jump

We're still about seven weeks away from the official start of summer, but it would appear the summer driving season has already arrived in Fort St. John.   With the Petro-Can, Esso and FasGas filling stations taking the lead, posted prices...
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Photo: Courtney Thompson, Zach Dowd and David Neil receive the Real Estate Foundation of BC Awards from Aaron Braaten - Submitted. By Energeticcity.ca staff More than $40,000 in awards, scholarships and bursaries were presented to Northern Lights College students last week. Around 60...
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By Christine Rumleskie While it seems like the Fort St. John fire department is everywhere these days, the local fire chief says fire activity isn't much higher this year than previous years. Fred Burrows says the department has been out...
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By Energeticcity.ca staff   B.C.'s forestry minister says the outdated Woodwork Lien Act will be replaced with new regulations. Pat Bell made the announcement on Thursday afternoon. The new Forestry Service Providers Protection Act aims to protect forestry contractors, by establishing a "Forestry...
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By Christine Rumleskie   Local performers will use the stage as a battle field, as they compete for the ultimate prize next week. The 2010 Peace River Zone Theatre Festival kicks off on Tuesday, May 4rd in Fort St. John. The festival has...
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FSJ Power Outage Update

The BC Hydro website in a revised estimate has confirmed, at about 4.43 this morning, 128 Fort St. John customers were left without service. It also expanded the impact area to South of 103A avenue and North of 100th avenue,...
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Precipitation & FSJ Power Outage

In the past two days, the Fort St. John region officially received more than 30 times the amount of precipitation it recorded, in the first 26 days of the month. According to Environment Canada the total for Tuesday and Wednesday...
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May edition of the Taylor Times

Attached is the May edition of the Taylor Times.  Download the attached pdf for the newsletter from the District of Taylor.
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Weekly MP report from Jay Hill

Submitted by MP Jay Hill Two announcements, exactly one month apart. In the first, our Conservative Government stated we will once again extend the amnesty for law-abiding gun owners so that, until we can scrap it in Parliament, they...
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Photo: Fort St. John residents march along 100th Street as part of the Day of Mourning in the City - Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca   By Christine Rumleskie   A sombre crowd marched silently through the rain on Wednesday to honour those that have lost...
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Theft at A-1 Brake

By Jon Zacks The owner of A-1 Brake has confirmed that his shop was broken into this weekend. Maurice Cote says, at some point between Saturday evening and Sunday morning, an unknown number of thieves ripped open the back...
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