Motorists faced several issues Thursday morning while traveling near Taylor.At one point several vehicles where in the ditch and at least 70 vehicles were lined up because of the delays. The delays were on the North and South Taylor Hills and were caused by poor driving conditions. There are no reports of any injuries.Motorists are again advised to slow down on Peace Region roads until temperatures warm up later today.- Advertisement –
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Rotary Club of Fort St. John held their annual ‘Drive-Thru’ Breakfast on Thursday morning.The purpose of this event was to raise funds to support local school breakfast programs.Rotary Club member, Marva Kosick, says while they do not have a total amount of funds raised as of Friday, she does say that the Club had served around 1,000 hot breakfasts which is more than the initial goal of 700.- Advertisement -For a minimum donation of $7.00, the Drive-Thru Breakfast included a hot off the grill breakfast sandwich, a side of fruit and a beverage, all in a reusable lunch bag.Kosick says it was a great event and gives thanks to the community for the amazing support in making this fundraiser a great success.