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CN Rail schedules major work for Dawson Creek line

CN Rail schedules major work for Dawson Creek line

Replacement of railway ties already underway
City plans 10th Street bridge replacement for Fall 2017

City plans 10th Street bridge replacement for Fall 2017

Design could include raising the bridge, addition of bike lanes and widened sidewalks
Dawson Creek doubles average August rainfall

Dawson Creek doubles average August rainfall

Northerly system drenches region
Northern B.C. families have highest levels of food insecurity

Northern B.C. families have highest levels of food insecurity

17.2 per cent of households have trouble putting food on the table, according to report based on 2012 data
God of Carnage play brings cunning linguists to stage September 22-24

God of Carnage play brings cunning linguists to stage September 22-24

Verbal sparring turns to screaming, then to something else entirely. Cigars. Rum. Machetes. Cobbler. A hot new drug, Antril. Thump guns. Gangs.
Networks Ministries in on the one bag challenge

Networks Ministries in on the one bag challenge

Food bank sees three-fold increase in use amid oil & gas downturn; weekly grocery total climbs to $1,500
Scavenger hunt highlights homeless needs

Scavenger hunt highlights homeless needs

A rainy day didn't dampen the spirits of the 30 volunteers that turned out to collect food donations for the Dawson Creek Homeless Action Committee (HAC).
Chinese canola restrictions create uncertainty for Peace Region grain farmers

Chinese canola restrictions create uncertainty for Peace Region grain farmers

Peace canola crop less than one per cent of national harvest, remains major economic driver
Vicious dogs are now among region’s lobbying priorities

Vicious dogs are now among region’s lobbying priorities

Peace Region local governments preparing to make the trip to annual Union of British Columbia Municipalities meeting
Road repair headaches on 15th Street as students head back to school

Road repair headaches on 15th Street as students head back to school

Work could impact DC Secondary when classes start