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GoFundMe Account set for local Fort St. John man

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FORT ST.JOHN, B.C. – Local man Shaun Jacquard is fighting for his life according to a GoFundMe account set up on his behalf by his cousin Meagan McLean.McLean shares, Jacquard is in his 30’s with two boys, Ethan (15) and Felix (4). Jacquard has
'FORT ST.JOHN, B.C. – Local man Shaun Jacquard is fighting for his life according to a GoFundMe account set up on his behalf by his cousin Meagan McLean.McLean shares, Jacquard is in his 30’s with two boys, Ethan (15) and Felix (4). Jacquard has always been the life of the party, and the light in the room.She goes on to share he definitely is the one person in the world that deserves a second chance.The GoFundMe account set up July, 17th has raised $1510.00 of its $10,000 goal.In the account description, it shares Jacquard was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called Synovial Sarcoma which is in his right lung and has grown into his chest cavity.According to the account, Jacquard found out that surgery is not an option for treatment and he was deemed palliative, the time left in his life is dependent on how the cancer responds to treatment.On Monday, July 15, 2019, one of the two chemo pills he could take was denied funding.The funding raised from the GoFundMe will help the family pay for Jacquard’s Chemo pills which will hopefully extend his life and give him a better quality of life so he can spend it with his family, shares the account.To view the GoFundMe; CLICK HERE  . The post GoFundMe Account set for local Fort St.John man appeared first on Energeticcity.ca .'

Fort Nelson Mayor acknowledges increased land cut helped due to partnership

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FORT NELSON, B.C. – Mayor Gary Foster of Fort Nelson acknowledged the Fort Nelson First Nations have been vital in the accomplishment in the increase of the annual allowable cut.Mayor Foster shares, this has been a long time coming and has been
'FORT NELSON, B.C. – Mayor Gary Foster of Fort Nelson acknowledged the Fort Nelson First Nations have been vital in the accomplishment in the increase of the annual allowable cut.Mayor Foster shares, this has been a long time coming and has been anticipating the increase to the allowable cut for some time.The Northern Rockies was the only District in the province of British Columbia that received an increase in the annual allowable cut.Foster goes on to say, “We have had a great partner in this, in Chief Sharlene Gale of the Fort Nelson First Nations.” Being enthusiastic supporters of this economic development in this area, the partnership has been absolutely crucial with the Fort Nelson First Nations as this is their home too, shares Foster. “We have done what we can here to bring our communities together, and we will be doing more in the future,” said Foster.He continues to share that this is the best news the Northern Rockies has had in a decade with the downturn of the oil and gas and forestry sectors. “This is exciting news for us, this is the beginning of re-establishing the forest industry in our area,” said Foster . The post Fort Nelson Mayor acknowledges increased land cut helped due to partnership appeared first on Energeticcity.ca .'

Results from Fort St. John Stock Car Club Races

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TAYLOR, B.C. – The results are in for the two-day stock car races held at the Taylor Speedway Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13, 2019.Friday, July 12th, 2019 Mini Juniors   First – #21 – Cody Willis   Second – #49 – Austin Kube   Third – #88
'TAYLOR, B.C. – The results are in for the two-day stock car races held at the Taylor Speedway Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13, 2019.Friday, July 12th, 2019 Mini Juniors   First – #21 – Cody Willis   Second – #49 – Austin Kube   Third – #88 Eddie Scarfo Bombers   First – #17 – Justin Tackaberry   Second – #22 – Chelsea Babcock   Third – #77 – Swain Hackman Mini Adults   First – #23 – Jordon Harrison   Second – #55 – Anthony Roy   Third – #99 – Jeromy Lafountain IMCA Modified   First – #3 – John Stokes   Second – #88 – Johhny Beaumont   Third – #77 – Aaron Tubbs   Fourth – #49 – Mike Kube   Saturday, July 13, 2019  Mini Juniors    First – #49 – Austin Kube   Second – #88 – Eddie Scarfo   Third – #66 – Aston Fleming Bombers   First – #22 – Chelsea Babcock   Second – #3 – Clint Mason   Third – #33 – Richard Hildebrand Mini Adults   First – #23 – Jordon Harrison   Second – #69 – Jamie Legal   Third – #99 – Jeromy Lafountain IMCA Modified   First – #88 – Johnny Beaumont   Second – #3 – John Stokes   Third – #77 – Aaron Tubbs   Fourth – #90 – Matt Richards Mini Stock Challenge Winners   First – #23 – Jordan Harrison   Second – #49 – Austin Kube   Third – #21 – Cody Willis To keep up to speed with the events at the Taylor Speedway; CLICK HERE   . The post Results from Fort St.John Stock Car Club Races appeared first on Energeticcity.ca .'