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Circuit breaker being planned for Peace region?

Circuit breaker being planned for Peace region?

A provincial representative says a circuit breaker with increased public restrictions and more could be in the cards for the Peace region - if vaccination rates and numbers do not improve.
BC Hydro targets Wilder Creek lands for fish habitat

BC Hydro targets Wilder Creek lands for fish habitat

PRRD raised its objections to BC Hydro’s plans in August
Devereaux Elementary part of provincial school playground announcement

Devereaux Elementary part of provincial school playground announcement

Playground cash.
DC RCMP deal with two recent failure to stop for police incidents

DC RCMP deal with two recent failure to stop for police incidents

Tires deflated to stop vehicles.
Architecture firm selected for Dawson Creek and District Hospital design phase

Architecture firm selected for Dawson Creek and District Hospital design phase

An architecture firm has been selected for the design phase of the new Dawson Creek and District Hospital.
Chetwynd rec centre grounds considered for new library location

Chetwynd rec centre grounds considered for new library location

Recreation Centre Grounds potential new location of Chetwynd Library.
PRRD directors expected discuss the new PHOs, and vaccination proof at Thursday board meeting.

PRRD directors expected discuss the new PHOs, and vaccination proof at Thursday board meeting.

Requirements are in place until January 31, 2022.
PRRD considering memorandum for Riverview cemetery near Pouce Coupe

PRRD considering memorandum for Riverview cemetery near Pouce Coupe

Discussion Thursday.
B.C. seeks federal funds for Pine Pass bridge rebuilds

B.C. seeks federal funds for Pine Pass bridge rebuilds

Flooding in 2011 and 2016 caused catastrophic damages, and changing climate predicted to increase flood risks, ministry says
Climb for Alzheimer’s invites Peace region residents to raise funds to support people living with dementia

Climb for Alzheimer’s invites Peace region residents to raise funds to support people living with dementia

The circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with extreme heat and fires throughout much of the province, have posed uphill challenges for all of us.