Month: February 2024

Nature to Nurture is Back!!

We are once again super excited to be partnering with Laurie Cardinal and Brittany Mycock to bring the Nature to Nurture workshops back!  This spring we will be taking the session to various hiking locations around Fort St. John to introduce you to the various trail systems we have available.

TO REGISTER: please follow the link for the specific workshop(s) you would like to participate in

March 14 @ Fish Creek – Family Friendly – Register here

March 28 @ Whisky Jack Nordic Ski Club – Register here

April 11 @ Charlie Lake Park (54) – Family Friendly – Register here

April 25 @ Tower Hike – Advanced – Register here

May 9 @ Cactus Trails – Register here

May 30 @ Slam Trail – Advanced – Register here

June 6 @ Fish Creek – Family Friendly – Register here

June 13 @ Whisky Jack Nordic Sky Club – Register here


These workshops are designed for adults to slow down, refocus and recover. The workshops range from Beginner/Family Friendly to Advanced, so please register accordingly.

The session will include:

  • A forest hike/run/walk depending on the group energy
  • Bodyweight strength, mobility, yoga in a calm outdoor setting, and
  • Meditation and focus time to reconnect within themselves

This workshop will also include Indigenous focus on traditional plants, animals and medicines

To Bring:

Small backpack


Small Snack

Proper Footwear

Dress for the weather

Leaders Laurie Cardinal and Brittany Mycock will be leading your hike, followed by a yoga session and meditation.

Please expect the hike to take up anywhere from an hour to an hour and a half. The yoga and meditation portion will take up around 30 mins.

You will recieve a follow up email with the expected weather conditions and gear needed for the particular hike.

Departure times are on the time stated. We will not be waiting for people to arrive. We need to safely move as a group. Please be on time 🙂

NO PETS PLEASE. We understand you have an amazing pet…just sometimes pets don’t like each other. We will also be headed into some areas with deer, rabbits, and other wildlife. Although the leaders will make sure you are safe…a pet running after a deer for 2 hrs is fun for no one.

Both leaders will have bear spray and emergency locators. Both leaders are also certified in first aid.

Settlement Language Support Worker Position

The Fort St. John Literacy Society is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to provide settlement language support to our learners and classes in Fort St. John.
To learn more about the position and how to apply, please see the attached posting here
This is not a remote or hybrid opportunity, relocation to Fort St. John is required.
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