Skip to content

PRRD

This weekend will keep people bouncing

This weekend will keep people bouncing

Schnitzel, strawberry tea, shooting guns, dancing, Mother's Day, and pancakes all on tap.
Spring road restrictions

Spring road restrictions

Provincial load restrictions are in effect.
Tse’Kw’a Heritage Society aims to create Treaty 8 interpretative centre

Tse’Kw’a Heritage Society aims to create Treaty 8 interpretative centre

Treaty 8 member says museum/educational centre would address dearth of information about local First Nations
‘It’s really sad we’re losing our school’: parents reconcile Rolla Discovery closure

‘It’s really sad we’re losing our school’: parents reconcile Rolla Discovery closure

School board voted last week to close school due to declining enrollment
Dawson Creek population up, Tumbler way down in first round of 2016 census numbers

Dawson Creek population up, Tumbler way down in first round of 2016 census numbers

Dawson Creek: up. Pouce Coupe: up. Chetwynd: down Tumbler Ridge: way down. That’s the short version of the 2016 Census in the South Peace. Early data from the latest population count was released Feb. 8.
Director renews call for action after report on 'degrading' water quality

Director renews call for action after report on 'degrading' water quality

Hydrogeologist report finds 'profound' gaps in knowledge of Peace Region groundwater, industrial impacts
Scaled back rural building regulations on regional district agenda

Scaled back rural building regulations on regional district agenda

Three years after a fight over rural building regulations, Peace River Regional District directors are proposing a scaled back approach to where building permits are required in unincorporated communities.
Mother speaks out after child support court date delayed 16 months

Mother speaks out after child support court date delayed 16 months

Trish Campbell speaks out more than a year into legal battle to get child support for her seven-year-old daughter
Cities push for compensation after fire dispatch outsourced to Vancouver Island

Cities push for compensation after fire dispatch outsourced to Vancouver Island

Dawson Creek and Fort St. John ask to be 'kept whole' for expenditures on fire dispatch personnel and equipment after contentious vote to outsource service
Landowners need ‘equal footing’ in disputes with oil companies: advocate

Landowners need ‘equal footing’ in disputes with oil companies: advocate

'It can be difficult for landowners to assert their rights before the Surface Rights Board without first having to incur significant debt': FAO