North Peace Family Super Park hosting winter carnival this weekend

first_imgFrom 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on December 7, families can enjoy food, games, and crafts, as well as a bouncy house. Tickets cost $10 cash at the door, and toddlers under two years old are free to enter. Anyone who brings a non-perishable food item to donate to a food drive will get two tickets for free. Local mom Jaandi Roemer approached Fort St. John City Council with the idea for a “SuperPark” in the city in 2012, and since then she and a growing group of supporters have been working to find a location and funding for the project. It’s estimated approximately $250,000 will be needed to build the park, plus funding for rent and maintenance.- Advertisement –last_img

Vincent Kompany keen not to ‘get carried away’ after Champions League victory

first_img Manuel Pellegrini’s gamble to field a weakened side in the FA Cup on Sunday paid off Vincent Kompany heralded an ‘exceptional result’ as Manchester City beat Dynamo Kiev 3-1 in the first leg of the Champions League last 16.Manuel Pellegrini’s gamble to field a weakened side in the FA Cup on Sunday paid off as his men were impressive for the majority of the match in Ukraine.Captain Kompany played the full 90 minutes and led by example as his side secured the impressive away result.The Belgian defender admits the outcome, and performance, against Dynamo Kiev was as good as it gets.“It is an exceptional result away from home, we couldn’t have hoped for better,” he told BT Sport.“The performance was good, a lot of high pressing and a lot of chances, but 3-1 is a good result, we’re happy with it. We’re not going to get carried away.“It was a Manchester City performance we would like to see more often until the end of the season, we can take a lot of positives out of this game – it’s a good start to the week.”City now turn their attentions to the League Cup final against Liverpool on Sunday and boss Manuel Pellegrini is keen to collect some silverware.“From tomorrow we are going to think about the Capital One Cup final because it is very important to win a trophy at this stage of the season,” he said.“(After) the Capital One Cup final, we must return to the Premier League to fight for another 36 points, so we have lots of things still to do.” 1last_img read more

Liverpool FC news: Emre Can set to discover extent of injury this weekend

first_img Emre Can in action for Liverpool Emre Can is set to discover the extent of the injury he picked up against Borussia Dortmund this weekend, having undergone a scan on Friday.The German midfielder limped off during the game against the Bundesliga club, having fallen awkwardly in a goalmouth scramble 10 minutes from time.He is suspended for Sunday’s trip to Bournemouth, meaning he would not have been playing this weekend anyway, but the 22-year-old will now spend the upcoming days hoping to find out the extent of his injury.“We will have to see what the scan shows,” Can said, with the results expected within 24 hours.“I twisted my ankle. I hope it’s not too bad but it’s too early to say.”Can’s injury meant he missed the final minutes of the Reds amazing comeback against Dortmund, and the young midfielder is determined to win the Europa League trophy in Jurgen Klopp’s first season in charge.He added: “We want to win that trophy.“There are still good teams left in it and the semi-final won’t be easy but we just have to keep believing in ourselves.” 1last_img read more