Three Day Visit Comes To An End

Must Read

Fort St John RCMP searching missing 38-year-old Sarah Foord

The Fort St John RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 38-year-old Sarah Foord.

RCMP looking for missing person from Blueberry River First Nation

UPDATE - Family members have confirmed Stephanie was found safe Saturday afternoon.

Fort Neslon Forestry Partnership means community reinvestment

FORT NELSON, B.C. - On June 29, it was announced that a partnership between Fort Nelson First Nation and...

Morrison was chosen by Mayor Lori Ackerman as the 2014 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR at last night’s Community Awards Gala.

While accepting the award, he told the crowd he felt others in the running, were more deserving. 

As you likely already know, though, Morrison wasn’t alone when he got off the plane on Tuesday, bringing with him, fellow teammate Gilmore Junio.

- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM

Junio, you may remember, gave up his spot in the one-thousand metre to allow Morrison to race, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Junio, at last night’s Community Awards, was given a certificate of adoption.

The mayor said the community is adopting the Calgary speedskater, as she put it, as ‘one of us.’

More Articles Like This