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The fifth annual Crystal Cup will be held February 12-14. Normally coinciding with the High on Ice winter festival, this year's pond hockey tournament will be held the weekend after. Crystal Cup president Neil Evans said the change in dates...
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According to RCMP's Alberta Media Relations, a fatal collision that occurred 60 kilometres south of Grande Prairie on Highway 40 is under investigation and has closed it completely. Traffic is currently not able to get through, and the highway is...
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According to BC Children and Youth Advocacy Coalition First Call's report card of child poverty in BC, while the province ranked the second-highest rate of child poverty, Fort St. John has remained the lowest ranking community in the province at...
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A 31-year-old man and 35-year-old woman are in custody after attempting to flee from Dawson Creek RCMP. On Friday morning, just before 10 AM, Dawson Creek RCMP received a report of a male who had just been assaulted. Officers were informed that the...
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Minister of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development Peter Fassbender announced today the B.C. government has provided a $1 million grant for the activities and operations of the partnership committee -- consisting of three representatives from local government, and three...
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Just before 8 AM on Sunday morning, Grande Prairie RCMP responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Igloo Inn. A man, armed with a knife, entered the Inn and demanded money from the receptionist. The male suspect is...
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Today is the last day to nominate and vote for the 13th Annual Small Business BC Awards, and Fort St. John's own Black Ace Supply has been nominated for Best Workplace. The Best Workplace Award recognizes the business that provides the...
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Today is the final day of Movember -- as officially proclaimed by the City of Fort St. John -- and it's time for many to lose the mustaches. During the month of November, mustaches were grown internationally to raise awareness and...
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The New Year could see the approval of a new Yellow Cabs Taxi Franchise for Fort St. John. An application is before the Passenger Transportation Board in Victoria, which has scheduled a public hearing in Fort St. John for the...
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At least one critic calls the $75,000 fine handed to Nexen Energy — following a guilty plea in court -- for damaging the habitat of a northeast B.C. Lake a 'slap on the wrist.' Given the North Tsea Lake is located...
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One of the many issues being pushed forward for review following the election of the Trudeau government last month is Canada’s so-called 'spanking law' -- section 43 of the Criminal Code. In a landmark case, in a six-to-three decision, the...
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The Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers continued on with their winning ways as they welcomed the Whitecourt Wolverines for games on Saturday and Sunday. The Flyers won both contests and had a record of 5-1 in the month...
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A small group of Fort St. John Elks speed skaters were in Calgary over the weekend for an international Can-Am competition featuring skaters from across Canada, the US and Europe. The Calgary Olympic Oval is known for having the fastest ice in...
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Despite being down four regulars last night against one of the NWJHL’s top offenses, the Fort St. John Huskies got the job done against the Sexsmith Vipers. Cayle Bell scored a hat trick, and Logan Edwards had what was...
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The Fort St. John Flyers ended a brief two game losing streak with a 4-2 win over Falher Saturday night. The win also gave Troy Hunt his 100th as a member of the team. The Flyers led 3-0 after the...
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Huskies beat up Blades 8-3

The Fort St. John Huskies got off to a fast start against the Beaverlodge Blades yesterday and never looked back. They opened the scoring just over three and a half minutes into the game, and cruised to an 8-3...
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This morning, at a school bus stop near 72 avenue between 99A street in Grande Prairie, a man in a light blue truck allegedly approached a group of young people and offered them candy. When the youth refused, the man left without...
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Charges against Denny Morrison were officially dropped today relating a motorcycle accident he was involved in back in May. Morrison sustained a number of injuries in the accident including multiple broken bones and a torn ACL in his knee. Morrison...
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