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In a release LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz says, "While we are in the early evaluation process and a decision to build the project is still a while away, this agreement reinforces our commitment to developing an LNG facility...
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In a release Clark says, "B.C. is on the right path to bring home the generational opportunity of LNG - an industry that will create 100,000 jobs and enough revenue to eliminate our debt. To take the last crucial steps towards...
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Up to this point investigation shows that a north bound vehicle that was travelling slowly did not see the pedestrian crossing 100 Street east bound on 99 Avenue.  RCMP say that charges under the Motor Vehicle Act are being explored...
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Third went to Sandra McDonald as she crossed the line in 37:10. Fourth was Gord Harris in 37:16 and taking fifth place was Ben Scholten as he clocked in at 38:27. Heather McCracken was sixth with a time of 40:30,...
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Investigating officers indicated traffic could be disrupted for an extended period of time, and so far there’s no indication the crash site has been cleared for normal traffic flow.  Thus, motorists with travel plans south of Grande Prairie to Grande...
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Charlie Lake Fire Department Chief Terry Truchan says changes are coming to the process to become a volunteer firefighter. Potential recruits will have to go through a physical demands test as well as an interview. "There's going to be seven...
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The fire began in the garage of the home and is mechanical in nature but can't be pinned down to an exact origin. Fire Chief Terry Truchan says typically mechanical failures are the result of a faulty furnace or hot...
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However it says gains were partially offset by significantly lower lumber and pulp shipments resulting from abnormally severe winter weather which limited railcar supply to Western Canada.  It also cites the 28 day truckers' strike at the port of Vancouver,...
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The two Fort St. John roads that are in the top ten presently are 86 Street and 112 Avenue. They rank sixth and seventh on the list respectively.  The survey is done with the intention of identifying roads that British...
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Labor Minister Shirley Bond says the goal is to make sure British Columbians are trained for the one million job openings expected to occur, primarily as the result of LNG development, over the next eight years. "It's about over time...
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Scott Maxwell of the Ministry of Transportation says the improvements are being geared towards safety and will start at Big Bam Road. "It's going to be building a complete four lane from Big Bam Road to about two kilometres up...
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Petronas still owns 62 per cent of the project and is continuing to look for more partners. The company has stated its intent to own 50 per cent of the project. Petronas already has existing deals with Indian Oil...
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All you have to do is listen to Moose FM and when we tell you to call, be the right caller to identify the Marcy's Bright Ideas Luke Bryan Mash-up.  We'll mix together two songs, if you can name...
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Zackodnik finished in 46:45 and was 238th out of 1737th in his category. Jim and Isabel Maddigan finished in 1:09:57 and were 473rd out of 976th and 319th out of 1290 in their respective categories. Another runner from Fort St....
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Of those 181 people, four of those were under 30 years old and 100 people passed away from occupational disease.  Bob Busby is an activist with the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union. He says that the numbers of injuries...
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The 2014 Tax Rate Bylaw was given first three readings at Monday's city council meeting. The residential tax rate will drop to 5.1888 from 5.2261 for 2013, while the business tax rate will go from 14.7037 to 14.5986 in 2014. The...
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Scott Maxwell of the Ministry of Transportation made the presentation to Council. He presented three options for upgrades which would see affected area changed to either a four lane street with curbs and gutters, a four lane street with...
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The approval comes on the heels of a positive public response to the proposal during a public hearing that was held on April 14. At the time Ryan Pomeroy, President of Pomeroy Lodging spoke at the hearing and said the...
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