Front Page

Use Local Events to post an event or For Sale items – local users only

CBC | Top Stories News

Wirelesss Show Flagship Phone

Samsung unveiled two new smartphones this weekend, the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge, featuring metal and glass frames instead of plastic. Anick Jesdanun spent a bit of time with the new phones and shares some thoughts.

wdr_critter 7

A St. John's man who was travelling in South America got the fright of his life last Friday, when he was stung by a scorpion on an airplane.

Toronto mystery TUNNEL Feb 24 2015 police handout photo

Two men built a mysterious tunnel in north Toronto for "personal reasons," and it posed no threat to the public, Toronto police say.


Daylight saving time kicks in this weekend, costing Canadians an hour of sleep but giving many of us a daily dose of waking sunshine.

Quebec Hijab Dispute Crowdfund 20150228

A Montreal resident has filed a complaint against Quebec Court Judge Eliana Marengo for her decision not to hear the case of a Muslim woman because she was wearing a hijab.

Dalhousie dentistry new

The 29 members of the fourth-year dentistry class at Dalhousie University taking part in the restorative justice process have posted an 1,800-word statement to the university’s website regarding the Dalhousie dentistry scandal.

Boris Nemtsov dead

The investigation into the killing of Boris Nemtsov, a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin who was gunned down not far from the Kremlin, faced conflicting reports Monday about possible surveillance footage of his slaying.

L.A. police shooting

In a fatal encounter captured on video, three Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a man on the city's skid row on Sunday during a struggle over one of the officers' guns, authorities said.

Calgary Stampede 20140704

The most important change this tax season is the family tax cut — announced by Ottawa last October — but it’s so new, many Canadians don’t know much about it. We launch our annual tax section today with a closer look at the income-splitting measure and how it could benefit you.


For years, doctors said fat was bad for your health and your waistline. But fat is back and it's even touted as good for you. Whom to believe? Doctors, says cardiologist Christopher Labos. The fat-is-good message is being oversimplified.

Mideast Egypt Killed Protester

Western countries like Canada and the U.S. are fawning over Egypt's new regime despite widespread reports of human rights abuse and even torture, Neil Macdonald writes. It's a classic case of looking the other way when you want an ally in a tough neighbourhood.

Renata and Chiara Borello

Two osteoarthritis patients struggling with constant pain are speaking out in frustration about increasingly long waits to get hip replacement surgery.

Kathleen Wynne Ontario premier

What did Monte McNaughton mean when he said "especially Kathleen Wynne"?

Belanger sisters

A Quebec coroner will present her report into the deaths of sisters Audrey Bélanger and Noémi Bélanger of Pohénégamook, Que., who died under mysterious circumstances in Thailand in 2012.

Benjamin Netanyahu

The U.S. and Israel showed signs of seeking to defuse tensions on Sunday ahead of a speech in Washington by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran.

CBC | British Columbia News

North Shore Rescue

North Shore Rescue is hoping to locate two climbers who got into trouble on Sunday while trying to climb Crown Mountain.

SkyTrain at Metrotown Station, Nov. 18, 2014

At least one person with a disability is upset that TransLink has shut down elevator service at the Metrotown SkyTrain station for a year while renovating the station.

Prince George Mill Fire 20120423

A BC Coroners inquest begins today for an explosion at the Lakeland Mills sawmill in 2012, which killed two men and injured 24 others.


The largest collection of Andy Warhol works are currently on display in Vancouver.

Calgary Stampede 20140704

The most important change this tax season is the family tax cut — announced by Ottawa last October — but it’s so new, many Canadians don’t know much about it. We launch our annual tax section today with a closer look at the income-splitting measure and how it could benefit you.

Camille Seaman #13

It was by chance that Camille Seaman first travelled north — a bumped flight on Air Alaska led to a free trip to Kotzebue on the Bering Strait.

Renata and Chiara Borello

Two osteoarthritis patients struggling with constant pain are speaking out in frustration about increasingly long waits to get hip replacement surgery.

Pro-Putin signs at Russian opposition rally

A rally in Vancouver to show solidarity with Russia's opposition became heated as supporters of President Vladmir Putin crashed the event.

Bread muffin

There's bread, and there's muffin. And then there's the bread muffin. Vancouver artisan baker Chris Brown reveals the recipe for a customer favourite.

Chor Leoni

Nearly 400 singers will gather on a single stage next Saturday as part of the VanMan Choral Summit.

98th and 120 Surrey BC

Surrey RCMP are looking for a male suspect they say stole a 2005 Ford F350 truck and crashed at high speed into three other vehicles on Scott Road injuring six people.


The SPCA in the North Peace is warning dog owners about a recent spike in missing dogs — many of which they worry may have been stolen.

Pump prices rise in New Brunswick

Industry watchers says double digit increases in the price of gasoline are coming due to labour disruptions at U.S. refineries, abnormally cold weather and a weak Canadian dollar.


People in Kamloops are rallying around Kristy Vinall after her three year old daughter Khalia died on Valentine's Day following an accident where she fell down the stairs.

Shots fired following 7-11 robbery in Burnaby

Burnaby RCMP fired shots after a police car was rammed following a 7-11 robbery early Sunday.

CBC | Sports News


The Edmonton Oilers on Monday traded pending unrestricted free-agent defenceman Jeff Petry to Montreal for a 2015 second-round draft pick and a conditional fifth-rounder in this June’s draft.


Things continue to heat up in the Western Conference with victories for Winnipeg and Vancouver, while Alex Ovechkin put in a two-goal night to down Toronto and Jaromir Jagr hit another milestone.

Vancouver Canucks

Nick Bonino, Radim Vrbata and Chris Higgins scored in the shootout as the Vancouver Canucks recovered from a blown lead for a 6-5 win over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday.


The Dallas Stars traded forward Erik Cole and a draft pick to the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night for two prospects and a draft pick.

LeBron James

LeBron James may have outscored counterpart James Harden on Sunday, but he missed a lot of shots and two key free throws as the Houston Rockets defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-103 in overtime.

CUR Brier 20150301

Northern Ontario's Brad Jacobs and Brad Gushue of Newfoundland and Labrador each win three straight to open the Canadian men's curling championship.

Coyotes Rangers Hockey

The Winnipeg Jets made another move for their playoff run by acquiring winger Lee Stempniak from the New York Rangers for young forward Carl Klingberg on Sunday.

HKN Kings Jets 20150301

Andrew Ladd scored twice in the second period and Blake Wheeler scored an empty-net goal in his return to down the Los Angeles Kings 5-2, boosting their playoff hopes in the process.

HKN Coyotes Canucks Hockey 20130408

The New York Rangers have acquired defenceman Keith Yandle form the Arizona Coyotes in a multi-player trade.


Canadian moguls star Mikael Kingsbury put on a dominant display over the weekend that placed him in some rarefied company, while biathlete Emma Lunder became the latest Canmore, Alta., native to make a name for herself.


The Calgary Flames have claimed defenceman David Schlemko off waivers from the Dallas Stars and placed captain Mark Giordano on the injured list with an undisclosed upper-body injury.


The Calgary Flames have traded winger Curtis Glencross to the Washington Capitals, with second and third-round picks going back in the deal.

CUR Brier 20150228

The best teams in Canadian men's curling will be in Calgary at the Saddledome this week for the Tim Hortons Brier. Follow CBC's live blog for the latest updates from the rink.

Fort St. James & Region Website

Not only dead but rotting. Are you now trying to keep running a Zombie computer? Microsoft officially ended support of Windows XP on April 8, 2014. If you’re still running it, you run great risks of being infected or hacked. DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER running Internet Explorer on your old XP computer!!! There are things […]
Author: admin
Posted: July 27, 2014, 7:08 pm
  Welcome to Rick’s Area250 Computer Services, and the e-mail domain are now hosted and maintained by me, DBA as Area250 Computer Services. It’s not a real company, just a handle. After 18 years in the Internet business I have given it up. Sold out to the man. Retired. But only retired […]
Author: admin
Posted: May 6, 2014, 4:09 am
Happy New Year! Welcome to the new website for 2014. Our old fortstjamescom/ site was hacked by someone from Russia on Christmas Eve. My fault really; the site was attacked in October and I only did enough repairs to get it up and running again, I couldn’t find the time to upgrade to a newer […]
Author: admin
Posted: December 31, 2013, 4:42 am

Dining and Takeouts in Fort St. James

Click the links to see their menu in pdf format

Take Outs – Bistros

Isola Bella Pizza

The View Bistro & Lounge
The Classic
Miguel’s Pizza
Little Jimmy’s
Subway Cafe


The Classic
St. James
Timbermans Restaurant ***NEW+++
Soup Wallah ***NEW***

Nahounli (Fas-Gas) ***NEW***

North Arm Pub

Owners: Call 4008 and I’ll pick up a menu to scan or you can email a pdf to and I will post it here and on

Fort Saint James, B.C. Canada. Travel scenic Hwy 27 to the Fort, and famous gold rush towns like Manson Creek and Germansen Landing. Recreational lakes, hunting, fishing, skiing, camping, snowmobiling, hiking and rich in history. Home of the famous $10,000 Stuart Lake Fishing Derby, the Caledonia Classic Dog Sled Race and the Fort St. James National Historic Site, a fully staffed 1800s era Hudson’s Bay Trading post with guides dressed in period costume and ongoing historical enactments. True wilderness adventure is only fourty minutes north off of Hwy 16 on your way to and from the Alaska Ferry; you will find the detour well worth it.
c2014 – now part of
free counters