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She’s “all in”

She’s “all in”

New Economic Development Officer Emily Colombo is learning the ropes in Fort St. James
A day fit for a Queen

A day fit for a Queen

The Fort St. James National Historic Park put on a party for Queen Victoria’s birthday on May 23. There was a free breakfast, a fashion show, a chance to tour the park, games and tea and pound cake to honour the historic monarch. The turn out for the event was impressive, with the parking lot overflowing onto the road.
The height of Victorian Fashion

The height of Victorian Fashion

Kris Cooper was one of the winners of the Victoria Fashion Show, awarded by applause. Cooper looked lovely in a beautiful Victorian dress with a shawl and basket, which also came in handy for carrying the chocolates she won.
ICBC unveils app for learning drivers

ICBC unveils app for learning drivers

Includes practice test, guide, video tips
Happy Family

Happy Family

Ashton was the first baby born in the Stuart Lake Hospital this year, and received a gift from the Stuart Lake Hospital Auxilliary for his efforts.
Ready, set, recreate!

Ready, set, recreate!

urdeniuk is only 19 years old, but she’s about to be the one in charge of the summer recreation programs, providing recreational entertainment and learning opportunities for children ages five to 13.
Fort St. James Historic Park works on getting its numbers up again

Fort St. James Historic Park works on getting its numbers up again

Numbers are up, but not nearly enough. This is the sentiment from Kevin Gedling, Product Development Officer with the Fort St. James National Historic Park for Parks Canada.
Still running

Still running

Mrs. Lil Willick, who will be turning 80 years old this June, did the Sun Run 2011, a 10 km run or walk in Vancouver, along with 11 participants of Team Fort St. James 2011, a family team in April 17, 2011.
13th Annual Fort St. James Farmer’s Market

13th Annual Fort St. James Farmer’s Market

It was a beautiful and sunny day —if a bit windy. But that did not deter customers and vendors alike from participating in the opening day of the 13th annual Fort St. James Farmer’s Market on May 13.
Train the trainer -Canning the workshop for Fort St. James

Train the trainer -Canning the workshop for Fort St. James

The workshop was put on jointly by Bernardin and Fresh Choice Kitchens, a project of the Greater Vancouver Foodbank Society, which works with community based organizations. The goal of the “Train the Trainer” workshop was to teach the techniques to community kitchen leaders so they can then put on workshops in their own communities and disseminate the information to make for more sustainable communities.