Matchday 11 saw Wa All Stars overtaken at the top of the league while Kotoko’s engines definitely showed side of moving into another positive gear. Techiman City polished their home credentials but WAFA could only watch Allies take a valuable point. Aduana’s goalscoring is cheerily positive for team form and Hasaacas clawed another home win. It’s the GPL wrap…ADUANA 4-0 DREAMSAduana Stars continued their mesmerising form as they thrashed newbies Dreams FC 4-0 at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park. Richard Mpong opened the floodgates before Yahaya Mohammed increased his goal tally to 11 with a brace before going out for Bright Adjei due to injury in the second half.Adjei also put his name to the score sheet with his first touch. Aduana after a difficult start to the season are now back as title contenders as the move to third position, just two points adrift leaders Hearts of Oak.HASAACAS 3-1 EDUBIASE Prince Antwi’s goal for the visitors was not enough as they were beaten 3-1 by Sekondi Hasaacas at the Essipong Stadium. Ibrahim Suleman scored twice with Eric Bekoe scoring the other goal for the coach Yusif Basigi side.WAFA 0-0 INTER ALLIESEleven is To One played out a goalless draw with WAFA SC at the Sogakope Academy grounds. Allies played out a very solid match with top defensive display, denying the home side chances.Despite both sides enjoying good share of possession, they failed to find the back back with the entertaining game ending in a draw. This result means, Inter Allies lie 15th on the league with a point gained to 10 points. CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT*TECHIMAN CITY 1-3 WA ALL STARSWa All Stars failed to keep their position at the top following a 1-3 defeat away to Techiman City. Kelvin Andoh had pulled one back after Ebenezer Agyapong and Stephen Manu gave the ‘Real Citizens’ a two-goal lead but their hopes were dashed as Ibrahim Issaka cushioned the side with yet another strike later on in the second half. The defeat leaves Wa All Stars second, a point behind Hearts of Oak who have moved to 21 points from 11 games. Techiman City on the other hand now place 4th. KOTOKO 3-0 DWARFSAsante Kotoko made easy work 8 visiting Ebusua Dwarfs by beating the Cape Coast side 3-0 at the Baba Yara Stadium. Young forward opened the scoring in the 18th minute before completing his brace nine minutes from time while winger Frank Sarfo Gyamfi scored in between during first half added time. The Porcupine Warriors now lie 5th with 17 points.CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT* ASHGOLD 0-0 BECHEMBechem Utd frustrated their champions AshantiGold to the same scoreline at the Len Clay Stadium.BEREKUM CHELSEA 0-1 HEARTS The Phobians have moved to the league summit after breaking an eight-year jinx away to the Blues. Hearts had not recorded a win at the Golden City Park since 2008 while their hosts were also holding onto a 43-game run with doubt defeat since the last time Amidaus travelled to beat them on December 8, 2012. Experienced forward Sam Yeboah scored what turned out to be the only and record breaking goal as the Phobians emerged 1-0 winners on Sunday.CLICK HERE FOR FULL MATCH REPORT*Medeama’s home game against Liberty Professionals was postponed due to the Mauves’ involvement in the CAF Confederation Cup over the weekend.WRAP 16 goals1 away win2 draws—Match reports compiled from Joy Sports correspondents, and Footy Ghana.
UPDATE: The City of Fort St. John has informed us that the original list for the 2008 sale contained 22 properties. But, by the date of the sale, on Sept. 29th, all of the properties had their delinquent taxes paid, and so were removed from the list, leaving no properties left at auction.NOTES:* Any properties on the list which have their taxes paid before the sale will be taken off the roster.** Payments from successful bidders are held in trust by the city for a period of one year. If, at the end of that year, the owner still has not payed his or her taxes, the City will make application to Land Titles to transfer the property to the purchaser. If he or she does make payment, the bidder is then refunded his payment, plus interest to the date of redemption by the owner.Advertisement This year’s Fort St. John Tax Sale will provide a little more evidence of the recent economic downturn, with numerous properties up for sale.Highlighting the sale is the Fort Hotel property, at the corner of 100th and 100th. The property has an upset (minimum) price of $66,748.Another property, at 10420 100th Avenue has an upset price of $309,450.- Advertisement -The sale auctions off properties on which no taxes have been paid for at least three years, in compliance with the Local Government Act. In all, 19 properties are up for auction this year, as compared with none last year. The auction takes place at 10:00 a.m., Monday, September 28 at the City Hall council chambers, at 10631-100 Street.A list of the properties up for sale is included as an attachment to this story.Advertisement *** There may be government liens on properties up for auction. These liens will remain on the title, and will be transferred to the new owner when the deed is transferred.**** The successful bidder on each property must immediately pay in cash, interac, money order, certified cheque, visa or mastercard, by 3:00 p.m. of the same day. Failure to pay the balance will result in the property being offered for sale again at 10:00 a.m. on the following day. read more
FORT ST JOHN, B.C. -A new milestone was reached for BC Hydro and the Site C project with the completion of the Peace River diversion tunnel excavations.The completion of the excavation of the two large diversion tunnels that are located on the north bank of the river was December 24, 2019. According to BC Hydro, the tunnels are approximately 750 metres long and 11 metres in diameter.- Advertisement -BC Hydro shares, that later this year, the tunnels will be used to reroute the Peace River around the dam site, allowing for the construction of the earth-fill dam across the main river channel.Excavations on the two tunnels began in summer 2018 and breakthrough on the upper half of the tunnels (known as the “crown”) occurred in summer 2019. Since that time, efforts focused on excavating the lower half the tunnels (known as the “bench”).BC Hydro shares the concrete tunnel lining process is, on average, about 50 percent complete in the tunnels. By using a custom-built slip form that enables concrete to cure in a perfect circle outside the form. At the same time, construction of the structures that will house the inlet gates are nearing completion; construction of the outlet gate structures will be completed once the concrete lining forms have been removed from the tunnels.According to BC Hydro, they remain on schedule to begin diverting the Peace River in September 2020. River diversion will be in place until the Site C reservoir is filled in 2023.Advertisement read more
January 10, 2018An update on the ongoing East Housing renovation project: Above is workshop participant Karl sanding a wooden panel that will join a series of other panels to finish the loft railing and the bathroom hallway.After sanding, several coats of polyurethane is applied to protect the wooden panels.Once the polyurethane has dried, the wooden panels will be installed.The other woodworking project for East Housing that happened was the bathroom cabinet. Woodworking Manager, Randall created the box picture below with several notches to allow the cabinet flexibility of shelf size.Once sanded, polyurethane protected, and finished, the cabinet is installed above the bathroom sinks by Randall and Tristan.(Photos by Sue Kirsch, text by Shannon Mackenzie)