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  • Winner chosen in Community Awards Art Competition January 12, 2022 Last fall, the City of Fort St. John, with support from the Fort St. John Arts Council, hosted a public art competition offering local artists the opportunity to design the award given to our outstanding citizens, organizations and businesses at the annual Community Awards.
  • North Peace Leisure Pool to re-open January 11, 2022 Following last week's cold snap that caused mechanical failures at the North Peace Leisure Pool, the facility will reopen tomorrow, January 12, 2022, at 6 am.
  • High on Ice Winter Festival Quickly Approaching January 11, 2022 The 2022 High on Ice Winter Festival is quickly approaching! Held the Family Day Long Weekend, February 18 - 21, this event celebrates the best of being a Winter City.
  • North Peace Cultural Centre Mediation Update December 10, 2021 Chief Administrative Officer Milo MacDonald and Board Chair Connie Surerus have issued the following joint statement.
  • City honours Richard Neufeld with Freedom of the City Award November 25, 2021 Today, at a ceremony held inside City Hall, Fort St. John City Council bestowed The Honourable Richard Neufeld with the Freedom of the City Award, recognizing his many contributions to our community.
  • Mechanical Failure Closes North Peace Leisure Pool November 19, 2021 Earlier today, the controller on the main HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) unit at the North Peace Leisure Pool failed. A new controller has been sourced from Winnipeg; however, the North Peace Leisure Pool will be closed until Wednesday to allow for the controller unit to be delivered and installed.
  • Santa Claus Parade Update November 18, 2021 Following extensive conversations with Santa and Mrs. Claus and Northern Health to ensure the safe delivery of the annual Santa Claus Parade, the City is presenting a reverse parade.
  • Victor Shopland Announces Retirement November 18, 2021 After over three decades of service, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer Victor Shopland announced his retirement from the City of Fort St. John effective November 26, 2021.
  • City announces COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Program November 15, 2021 The City of Fort St. John has joined a growing number of neighbouring municipalities such as Prince George, Kamloops, Kelowna, Vancouver and the Capital Regional District, in its requirement for all staff, contractors and volunteers to be fully vaccinated as of January 14, 2022.
  • Update regarding the North Peace Cultural Centre November 8, 2021 The Council of the City of Fort St. John and the Board of the North Peace Cultural Society have agreed to a mediation process to determine the next steps for the North Peace Cultural Centre. Together, Mayor Lori Ackerman and Board Chair Connie Surerus have issued the following joint statement.