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Fort St. John
Monday, November 12, 2018
Tel: 250-787-7100
Email: contact@energeticcity.ca
9924 101 ave Fort St. John, B.C.
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Fort St. John man facing numerous charges after quad incident, suspect that struck officer still on the loose

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - A 32-year-old Fort St. John man is facing seven charges after quads were caught speeding with another suspect striking a police officer. On April 8th, 2017 at 6:00 p.m., Fort St. John RCMP received a report of two individuals who were operating racing style quads dangerously. The quads were reported travelling northbound on the Alaska Highway...
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Yukon RCMP recover stolen boat reported to Fort St. John police

TESLIN, YUKON - Police in the Yukon recovered a boat on Canada Day that had been reported as stolen to Fort St. John RCMP earlier in the day. Yukon RCMP had received information that the stolen boat may have been on the way up to the Yukon. Police were on the lookout for the boat when it was spotted Teslin....
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Justice Society seeking emergency funding from community

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Justice Society is asking for the community's help in obtaining emergency funding. The non-profit organization has been serving the community for the last twenty years. Because of the economic recession, the Society says that many funding opportunities have disappeared, resulting in the need for funds to continue their work until they receive...
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Former Dawson Creek resident charged with numerous sexual offences

Coquitlam RCMP has executed an arrest warrant for 53 year old Michael Dodd on behalf of the Dawson Creek RCMP. The arrest warrant was for sexual assault and sexual interference with a person under the age of 16. Dodd was formerly a resident of Dawson Creek until September when he decided to move. Dawson Creek RCMP think it's possible there are...
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Chetwynd breaks rainfall record, continues recovery efforts from weekend storms

CHETWYND, B.C. – The District of Chetwynd says clean-up operations are continuing after a low pressure system brought nearly 150 millimetres of rain to the community late last week. According to Environment Canada meteorologist Lisa Erven, the Chetwynd Airport recorded a total of 140.4 mm of rain between Thursday night, when the storm began, and Monday morning. Erven said that the...
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Wastewater Transfer Station in Fort St. John shutting down

The 24 hour Wastewater Transfer Station on 81 Avenue was originally built in 2001 to accept wastewater from rural residents. However, since then, City Manager Dianne Hunter says there have been a number of issues, both with users having unlimited access, as well as bringing in types of waste that are causing problems to the system.  “The facility was never designed...
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Peace Region students triumph at Skills Canada provincial competition

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – The Peace Region team that was at the Skills Canada provincial competition has come back with a big medal haul. This year the Peace Region team was composed of thirty students from School Districts 59 and 60, along with students from Northern Lights College. The team left for Abbotsford on April 4th, where they competed against students...
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Breaking News – Mayor Lantz in Hospital

Fort St. John's new Mayor Bruce Lantz has been hospitalized. The City of Fort St. John has issued a press release stating the Mayor was admitted to the Fort St. John Hospital. He will undergo further testing in the next couple of days. At this time no further information is available. Our thoughts are with the Lantz family.
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Forest Fire south of Taylor

It is unknown at this point how large the fire is or what caused the fire.  We will update when we know more. If you have any photos of the fire, send them to contact@energeticcity.ca  
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Community events for the weekend of Nov 26

Friday, Nov 25, 2011 - Sunday, Nov 27, 2011 Peace Country Craftman's Association - Christmas Sewing and More - Legion Friday, Nov 25, 2011 - Sunday, Nov 27, 2011 Ten Thousand Villages - Co-op Mall Saturday, Nov 26, 2011 09.00 AM - 03.00 PM  Farmer's Market - North Peace Arena 09.00 AM - 03.00 PM  Christmas Fair - Northern Lights College 10.00 AM - 02.00 PM ...
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UPDATE – Woman found dead outside Manning, Alta. home

 UPDATE - RCMP say the death is not considered criminal but the cause of death has not yet been determined.  They say the Medical Examiner is awaiting the results of toxicology tests. Police are also still waiting to notify all of the woman's next of kin and will not be releasing her name until that is complete.   One person has been pronounced...
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Big Brothers Big Sisters recruits 25 volunteer inquiries through Rooftop Challenge

Big Brothers Big Sisters staff, along with representatives from the North Peace Savings and Credit Union, Bell Media, and our very own Moose FM, camped on the rooftop of the North Peace Savings and Credit Union overnight on September 21st and 22nd. The goal was to recruit volunteers for special events, to join the board, or becoming a mentor. "It's a small amount of time...
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Museum hosting launch of book on Site C tonight

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Fort St. John North Peace Museum will be hosting a book launch of a book chronicling the ongoing saga of the Site C dam. Victoria-based journalist and author Sarah Cox will be launching her debut book “Breaching the Peace” at the Museum tonight. Cox said that she became interested about the history and the...
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Fort St. John doctors leading by example

The idea is to have local doctors lead by example to promote active lifestyles in the community. Several Fort St. John doctors have signed up to walk at the Pomeroy Sport Centre this week, and encourage residents to join them. There will be doctors from our community walking on the track from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 8...
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City hands out proclamations and long service awards

Fort St. John City Council awarded numerous proclamations at Monday night's Council meeting. United Way started the evening by requesting that Council proclaim the week of October 7th to 13th as United Way week. The week was chosen for this as it is the busiest month for community-wide fundraising initiative. Photo: Members from the United Way accept the proclamation from...
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Chetwynd man found guilty of theft

Chetwynd RCMP along with the North District Regional General Investigation Section determined after their investigation that James Robert Harvey had fraudulently misappropriated the missing funds. Harvey had no prior history with police. He was sentenced on October 27. On top of paying the restitution, he received a conditional sentence with a curfew.
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Photos from the 2009 Canada Day Fireworks in FSJ

Photo: Audience members were dazzled by the fireworks on Wednesday night. Fire Crews from the Fort St. John Fire Department were on hand to light the display - Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca Hundreds of people gathered on the Toboggan Hill behind the North Peace Secondary School on Wednesday, to watch the 2009 Canada Day Fireworks show in Fort St. John. The show kicked off...
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Local Events

Doc Walker to play the Lido Theatre

HYPNOTIST: RAY ANDERSON

Jokes N Tokes Comedy Tour

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