Fort St John Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Macro Enterprises - An Undervalued Canadian Pipeline PlayerRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | Seeking Alpha

    Company Overview: Macro Enterprises provides pipeline and facilities construction as well as maintenance services to oil and gas majors , Shell , and AltaGas ) in Western Canada. The company has a long track record of success and safety with 15 consecutive quarters and 3 million man hours with no lost-time incidents .

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  2. No one hurt as WestJet diverts flight in B.C., due to fire warning lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | 680News

    Passengers aboard a scheduled WestJet Encore flight from Fort St. John, B.C., to Vancouver had an unexpected stopover when their plane was diverted to Prince George. WestJet says in a statement that flight 3205 had taken off from North Peace Regional Airport Wednesday morning for a flight to Vancouver when a fire detection warning light activated.

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  3. WestJet flight to Vancouver diverted after fire warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | GlobalNews

    There was a bit of a scare for WestJet passengers on an Encore flight from Fort St. John to Vancouver Wednesday morning when it needed to make an emergency stop in Prince George. The airline says passengers on flight 3205 had to be diverted when the aircraft's fire detection warning light came on.

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  4. Whitehorse city council takes tentative step toward pay raisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | CBC News

    Alexandra Byers is an award-winning multi-platform journalist based at CBC in Whitehorse. She moved to the Yukon from Uganda, where she had been a freelance journalist and video producer.

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  5. After 2 brushes with death, Canadian speedskater Denny Morrison finishes 13thRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    If it was indeed the final individual race of Denny Morrison's illustrious career, it wasn't the result he was hoping for. But Morrison's race at the 2018 Winter Olympics was won the moment he stepped up to the starting line Tuesday night, and stuck his blade into the gleaming Gangneung Oval ice.

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  6. A bittersweet finish for Olympian Denny Morrison after two brushes with deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | The Globe and Mail

    If it was indeed the final individual race of Denny Morrison's illustrious career, it wasn't the result he was hoping for. But Morrison's race was won the moment he stepped up to the Olympic starting line Tuesday night, and stuck his blade into the gleaming Gangneung Oval ice.

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  7. Against the odds: Why customers often lose in battles with banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2018 | CBC News

    The complaints system is stacked against banking customers say consumer advocates, who believe the process is designed to wear people down and that it most often finds in favour of the banks. Siobhan Brenton of Fort St. John, B.C., ordered a wire transfer through CIBC to pay her tuition at a university in Australia.

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  8. Swimming lessons for water-challenged dogs begin in northeast B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2018 | CBC News

    The 2nd Chances Canine Aquatic Centre in Charlie Lake, B.C., has started offering introductory swimming lessons for dogs and puppies. One of the most basic swimming moves may be the doggy paddle, but that doesn't mean every canine takes naturally to water.

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  9. Cold weather and heavy snow a blessing for northern B.C. winter festivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | CBC News

    In 2017, dumptrucks of snow had to be brought in to create a slide and other creations for Prince George's Downtown WinterFest. The organizers of outdoor winter festivals in Fort St. John and Prince George are pleased with this weekend's cold temperatures and heavy snow after warm weather dampened celebrations in 2017.

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  10. Peace Country mayors urge prime minister to intervene in provincial trade disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | CBC News

    Grande Prairie's mayor, Bill Given, said the disagreement between premiers does not necessarily reflect the stance of municipal politicians in Alberta and B.C. Zoe Todd is a CBC video journalist based in Grande Prairie, Alta., filing videos and stories about the Peace Region for web, radio and TV. Municipalities along the northern Alberta-B.C. border are calling on Ottawa to end an escalating trade dispute between the two provinces, as both governments wrangle for the upper hand.

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  11. Guest Column: Newcomer from the North shares her unique view of SquamishRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Squamish Chief

    ... our small family of four, two dogs and a trailer loaded with our items left our hometown of over 18 years, Fort St John. We have welcomed a new perspective on life! Coming to Squamish was a decision to leave the hustle and bustle gas industry to ...

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  12. B.C. premier says he won't retaliate in ongoing trade fight with AlbertaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | GlobalNews

    B.C. Premier John Horgan said the B.C. government will not retaliate in an ongoing dispute between the governments of Alberta and British Columbia. Horgan said he will not be "distracted" by Alberta Premier Rachel Notley after she announced her government was halting imports of B.C. wine.

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  13. Hearings scheduled to deport alleged ISIS supporter in B.C., official saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    Federal officials in Vancouver are moving ahead with efforts to deport a Jordanian man over his social media posts, which support the so-called Islamic State and "lone wolf" terrorist attacks, a hearing heard Wednesday. Appearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board , a Canada Border Services Agency representative said a hearing to revoke Othman Ayed Hamdan's refugee status had been scheduled for April 6. A second hearing to decide whether Hamdan is a danger to Canada's security was to begin May 14, CBSA spokesperson Randall Hyland said.

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  14. Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll and love of the artRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2018 | Daily News

    Bridge to Broadway's Mainstage entry is about as close as it can get to a one-man show without being a one-man show It follows that you may also want to ask why he's the co-director, producer, sound designer, set designer and the founder of Bridge to Broadway, a theatre group from Fort St. John that is part of Mainstage 2010. Simply accept that Kirschner's Mainstage performance in Eric Bogosian's Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll represents a passion for amateur theatre by any and all means, a passion that underlies the B.C. drama festival.

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  15. Police continue to search for Prince George man missing since Jan. 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2018 | CBC News

    David Alexander Sephton is described as 6'4, 86 kg with brown eyes, brown hair and no tattoos or marks. He was last seen wearing a maroon sweater and blue jeans.

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  16. Staff push for student service upgrades at CNCRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 | Prince George Citizen

    College of New Caledonia staff pressed for upgrades to student services as part of the college's budget consultations on Wednesday night. The public budget consultations were simulcast using a video conferencing link between the college's Prince George, Quesnel, Vanderhoof, Burns Lake, Fort St. John, and Mackenzie campuses.

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  17. Bantam female Cougars on the riseRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2018 | Prince George Citizen

    Compared to most of the bantam Tier 1 girls hockey teams they will play this season, the Western Industrial Contracting Cougars are on the young side of the age spectrum. That might seem a big disadvantage but it hasn't seemed to hurt the Cougars.

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  18. In B.C., 85% of active gas wells blow air-polluting methane into the sky every day: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 31, 2018 | GlobalNews

    And it's also being blown into the atmosphere by over 85 per cent of B.C.'s active gas wells, said a report released by the foundation recently. The report, titled " Fugitives in Our Midst ," marks the end of a research project that saw a team of investigators from the foundation go into the oil and gas patch around Fort St. John B.C. and look at how companies were managing methane emissions.

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  19. Young Prince George man remains missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Prince George Citizen

    Prince George RCMP are asking for the public's help to find a young man who has not been seen for a week and a half. David Alexander Sephton, 20, is described as Caucasian, 193 cm tall and weighing 86 kg with brown eyes and hairs and no tattoos or marks.

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  20. WestJet announces more flights to KelownaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2018 | GlobalNews

    With the additions to the schedule, the airline will fly between the two cities seven times a day, or 49 times a week. "Since 2013, we have invested in providing 40 per cent more capacity for our guests in the community," WestJet vice president Brian Znotins said in a news release on Monday.

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