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    Sentences forFort St. John, British Columbia

    • In 1794, a fur trading post was built on the Peace River at Fort St. John; it was the first non-native settlement on the British Columbia mainland.Peace River-Wikipedia
    • The town is approximately four hours drive, in the summer, from the nearest urban centre, Fort St. John, and potentially six hours under winter driving conditions.Fort Nelson, British Columbia-Wikipedia
    • The annual Fort St. John, British Columbia vigil has been taking place since 2008, honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in northeast British Columbia.Missing and murdered Indigenous women-Wikipedia
    • On April 8, 2019, Fort St. John city councillor Trevor Bolin became the party's new permanent leader.Conservative Party of British Columbia-Wikipedia
    • Discoveries south of Dawson Creek and higher energy prices have spurred oil and gas activities, which have in turn driven the nearby Fort St. John economy to spill over to the Dawson Creek economy.Dawson Creek-Wikipedia
    • A rail line branches off in three directions: northward to Fort St. John, east to Dawson Creek, and west through the Rockies to Prince George.Chetwynd, British Columbia-Wikipedia

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