INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
Sept 9, 2019
Position: Infant Development Consultant
Summary of Duties: See attached job description
Required Qualifications: See attached job description
Classification/Salary: Health Sciences Professionals Bargaining Association
Diploma - Grid Level - 6
Degree - Grid Level - 8
Hours of Work: Full Time Positon .8 FTE (30 hours/week)
Closing Date: Oct 15th, 2019
Applicants must submit a letter of interest and resume to
Tana Millner, Executive Director
Child Development Centre
10417 106th Avenue Fort St. John, BC V1J 2M8
Telephone: 250-785-3200 Facsimile: 250-785-3202
cc: HSA Steward/Susan Cross
FSJ Basketball Drop-in will return to the North Peace High School on Wednesdays and Sundays from 7:30-9:30pm. Starting on Wednesday September 11, this is how the two nights will be run:
Wednesdays will be an adult only drop-in with a $2 fee. Players will be assigned to teams of 3, 4 or 5 (depending on numbers) with team pinnies available. Teams will play a slate of games with a Finals at the end of the night. Game balls to be provided and pinnies returned at end of night to be washed.
Sundays will be an open drop-in with both gyms available to game play. Bring your own ball, no drop-in fee.
Updates will be advertised here and on the FSJ Basketball 2019-20 Facebook page.
New exhibit on now at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum!
Before roads, rivers were the highways of First Nations and early settlers. Birch bark canoes allowed First Nations to travel swiftly. Steamboats could travel over 500 miles along the Peace River from the chutes near Fort Vermillion to gates at Hudson’s Hope. This exhibit looks at over twelve boats, steam and gas powered, that used to navigate up and down the Peace River.
Watch a slideshow of archival photographs, and listen to the sounds of steamboats. See what a dining table on the D. A. Thomas may have looked like. Try on a life jacket and see how it compares to one from over 100 years ago.
The Fort St. John North Peace Museum and the Alaska Highway Community Society have worked together to produce a book that compiles research and stories collected during the process to nominate sites along the Alaska Highway Corridor as a National Historic Site. Written by Julie Harris and Frank Edwards, Signposts and Promises: Canada and the Alaska Highway is a beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated large-format book that celebrates the Alaska Highway’s extraordinary natural and cultural landscape.
This book is now available at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum and is priced at $29.95.
SUCCESS Immigrant Settlement and Integration Program in Fort St John announces another educational event - this time it is dedicated to Labour Standards. Our guest speaker from BC Employment Standards branch will tell you about issues workers could have with their employers and how does the BC law regulate these issues. All questions will be answered! The workshop will take place on Thursday, September 19 at 6:00pm at the Community Bridge building, right across from the main Post Office. As all our events, this event is also FREE, but registration is required. Please see the attached poster for details. See you there!