The Fort St. James Community Foundation (FSJCF) is on a mission to provide the community of Fort St. James with a charitable fund that will generate interest which will provide support for our community in perpetuity. The fund will serve our community by supporting initiatives that will strengthen our local economy, society, culture and ecology. The Foundation’s goal is to support local families, residents, and organizations as part of a strong and vibrant community that cares for all.
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Fort St. James Curling Club
Fort St. James Curling ClubContact:Don Martin
Other250 Stuart Drive EastBox 1023Fort St. JamesBritish ColumbiaV0J 1P0postalWork Phone:250-996-7010workWork Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
Fort St. James Early Child Development
Fort St. James Early Child DevelopmentContact:CherylWork
The Fort St. James Early Child Development Committee (ECD) inspires collaboration on programming for young children in Fort St. James. The committee brings early years partners together in our community and plans, implements, promotes and supports programming that builds awareness of the importance of the early years.
There are over twenty programs available for young children in Fort St. James. The programs, their location, contact information, and a brief explanation can be found on the programs page. The ECD Committee also coordinates annual events such as the Children’s Festival and the Ready Set Learn Health Fair.
Fort St. James Evangelical Free Church
Fort St. James Evangelical Free ChurchContact:Able Baker
Fort St James National Historic Site is a restored Hudson’s Bay Company post on the southern shores of Stuart Lake in the interior of British Columbia. It is commemorated as a centre of trade and commerce in the 19th century fur trade. Originally established by Simon Fraser for the North West Company in 1806, this place displays the largest group of original wooden buildings representing the fur trade in Canada. The story revolves around the relationships and interactions between the fur traders and Native Peoples of the region, namely the Carrier First Nations.