Kevin Shaw finishes with best time at Baldonnel time trial

first_img15 competitors made it our for last night’s Blizzard Bike Club Baldonnel time trial. Coming in first was Kevin Shaw as he completed the 16 kilometre race in 25:04.Second went to Dawitt Feyissa in 25:58, third was Pat Ferris with a time of 27:42, and there was a dead heat for fourth and fifth with Richard Wood and Darren Guliov finishing in 28:03.The rest of the finishers are as follows:- Advertisement -6. Davide Loro 29:127. Sam Keats 29:578. Heather McCracken 30:01T9. Dave Menzies 30:21T9. Calvin McCracken 30:2111. Josh Telizyn 30:5212. Nick Guliov 31:3713. Jamie Gamble 38:248 kilometre1. Tanner McCracken 15:112. Madison McCracken 23:01last_img

Province seeking feedback on growing farming, protecting farmland

first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The Provincial Ministry of Agriculture is inviting farmers and producers to have their say on how to encourage farming and protecting farmland throughout British Columbia.According to Minister of Agriculture, Lana Popham, the Government’s top priority is protecting farmland and increasing food production.Popham also says the Province is working hard in expanding B.C.’s agricultural industry.- Advertisement -“Helping farmers, protecting farmland and increasing food production are top priorities for our government, and we want to continue the momentum we’ve created – it’s driving the success of this sector in our province. Our government is working hard to expand B.C.’s agriculture industry. We are increasing access to locally grown and raised food, and helping rural communities diversify their economies and create sustainable jobs.”The Government is seeking public opinion on the Agricultural Land Reserve, and improvements as to how the Province can better support farmers.Public meetings are scheduled to be held across the province, with one scheduled to take place in Dawson Creek on October 2, 2019.Advertisement Following the public meetings, a summary report will then be prepared and made public.For more information on public engagement for agriculture, you can visit the Province’s website.last_img read more