Skip to content

Local News

Foster family workshop Monday

Foster family workshop Monday

Looking to become a foster parent? Northeast Foster Families are hosting their monthly information session in Dawson Creek Monday, April 29. “More foster homes are needed in your community,” note organizers.
Gevatkoff wants park to have trees

Gevatkoff wants park to have trees

Dawson Creek Councillor Paul Gevatkoff wants to plant trees over 5.5 acres in the park west of 17th street, north of the railroad tracks.
Talking box theft with Canada Post

Talking box theft with Canada Post

While the BC Peace region seem to be going through a glut of stolen mail right now - is this something CP deals with across Canada this time each year? Unfortunately, property crimes occur across the country at all times of the year, including in the
DC Recycling says loads are filled with trash

DC Recycling says loads are filled with trash

There is a lot of hot garbage floating around Mile Zero - more than 100,000 lbs of it in city recycling as of April 1. “That’s for about 566,000 lbs. of regular recycling. About 7,000 lbs. a week,” says general manager Jeremy Parslow at DC Recycling.
Women’s Clothing Swap goes Saturday; donate clothes starting Thursday

Women’s Clothing Swap goes Saturday; donate clothes starting Thursday

The Encana Events Centre is hosting a women’s clothing swap this Saturday.
Day of Mourning BBQ goes Friday afternoon

Day of Mourning BBQ goes Friday afternoon

The City of Dawson Creek will host a barbecue for the Day of Mourning later this month.
Lekstrom talks caribou endgame

Lekstrom talks caribou endgame

Blair Lekstrom has been busy since his appointment as community liaison on the caribou agreements by Premier John Horgan.
BC apprenticeship talks today at GDI

BC apprenticeship talks today at GDI

The Industry Training Authority is hosting multiple regional consultations in cities across the province to talk about the creation of an innovation framework for trades training – and Mile Zero is part of the mix today.
DCSS-SP’s Fox wins best new teacher-librarian of the year award

DCSS-SP’s Fox wins best new teacher-librarian of the year award

Dawson Creek Secondary School South Peace campus teacher-librarian Jennifer Fox was recognized by the BC Teacher-Librarians Association as the best new teacher-librarian.
May 4 brings clay bird shoot

May 4 brings clay bird shoot

The 22nd annual Clay Bird shoot for the DC and District Hospital Foundation goes Sat. May 4. For more information pull, and call 250-784-7355. editor@dcdn.ca