When the Caledonia Courier began publication in October, 1969, its eight pages had to be typed three times on a regular typewriter to get them looking right.
Today, the Courier is three times larger and, like most newspapers, is produced on computers, but its dedication to its readers and community remains.
The Courier, with a weekly subscription base of 1,000, serves the forestry-based community of Fort St. James and area. The Courier covers the places and people that make life here unique.
The Courier has been a part of the Black Press since 1983.
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