Community of Hudson's Hope

Featured Stories

  1. Peace River North School District hosts Explorations summer camps

    Students in Hudson’s Hope, Moberly Lake, Dawson Creek attended Explorations summer camps in 2007

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  2. Hudson’s Hope celebrates Spirit of BC Week 2008

    Hudson’s Hope hosted free events to celebrate Spirit of BC Week 2008.

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  3. Hudson’s Hope and Cache Creek catch the Spirit

    Hudson’s Hope and Cache Creek joined mroe than 40 communities across BC to celebrate the first annual Spirit of BC Week in 2005.

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  4. Bringing home the Spirit of the Games

    You would think a community that's more than 1,000 kilometres from Vancouver would have a hard time connecting to the 2010 Winter Games. But the residents of Hudson's Hope are feeling the excitement thanks to their local Spirit of BC committee.

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Related Highlights

  1. The Hudson's Hope Spirit of BC Committee hosted events to celebrate the annual Spirit of BC Week.

  2. 140 students attended Explorations summer camps.

  3. More than 700 young hockey players participated in the Spirit of 2010 Hockey Tournament.

  4. 60 youth from Hudson's Hope were invited to attend Altitude Youth Experience to learn leadership skills.

  5. The Arts and Cultural Society on the Edge received $6,000 from Innovations for Art Attack!, a summer camp for aspiring young artists.

  6. One school registered with Action Schools! BC to improve physical activity and healthy eating in students.

  7. Two youth participated in the Altitude Youth Experience.

  8. Hudson's Hope Outdoor Recreation Club received $910 from the Local Sport Program Development Fund for its Junior Running Club.

  9. Measuring Up distributed $125,000 to the Measuring Up The North project to improve accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities  in 34 communities and seven regional districts in Northern BC.

  10. Hudson's Hope received $1,500 from Spirit of BC.

  11. The Fort St. John literacy task group received $95,000 from Literacy Now Communities to improve literacy in the community and surrounding area.

  12. Close to 3,600 students in 16 schools in the Peace River North School District participated in Action Schools! BC to improve physical activity and healthy eating.