Fort Saint John

Fort Saint John,

town (1991 pop. 14,156), NE British Columbia, Canada, on the Peace River and the Alaska Highway. A North West Company post established in 1805 is still operated by the Hudson's Bay Company. The town is a supply point for nearby gas and oil fields.
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The Dane Zaa and Cree social worker, activist, mother and poet from Treaty 8 territory knew things would become difficult for her community near Fort Saint John. So, once the project got its final permit, Knott moved back to northern B.C.
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