The two Fort St. John roads that are in the top ten presently are 86 Street and 112 Avenue. They rank sixth and seventh on the list respectively. The survey is done with the intention of identifying roads that British Columbians feel are unsafe and in dire need of attention. In a release Ken Cousin of the BCAA says, “Roads that are jammed with traffic, full of damaging potholes or so deteriorated that you can barely see the road markings can be scary for anyone to use. By voting, you can draw some attention to those unsafe or inefficient roads that frustrate you the most.”- Advertisement -Westside Road in West Kelowna has won the worst roads survey the past two years and currently sits in first place once again.Those taking part can cast as many votes as they wish for roads in the province, but only one vote per road.Click here to cast your vote for the worst roads in the province.Advertisement T8. Yellowhead Highway – Prince George9. Maple Crescent – Maple Ridge10. Westside Road – Vernon 4. Old Hedley Road – Princeton5. Silver Star Road – Vernon6. 86 Street – Fort St. John7. 112 Avenue – Fort St. JohnT8. Tofino Ucluelet Highway – UclueletAdvertisement The top ten worst roads as of today are as follows:1. Westside Road – West Kelowna2. 40 Street Northeast – Salmon Arm3. Westside Road – KelownaAdvertisement
Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack 2 smart causal England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won ALTERED The documentary – titled Sunderland ‘Till I Die – will be an eight-part series.In contrast, Manchester City released their long-awaited All or Nothing film on Amazon Prime last week, which documented a wonderful campaign where Pep Guardiola’s side won the Premier League and Carabao Cup.A press release from Fulwell73 said: “In the era of multi-million dollar sponsorship deals and transfers, where the stakes have never been higher or the rivalries more fierce, this brand new Netflix original series sets at its heart the unfailing passion of this UK Northern town for its beloved football club.“The series will take its audience through the highs and lows of SAFC’s first season in the Championship following its painful relegation the previous year. The production company is Fulwell 73. (I am Bolt, The Class of ‘92) The executive producers are Leo Pearlman and Ben Turner.” Latest Football News Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes 2 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures silverware Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more The documentary could be a tough watch for Sunderland players and fans Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade possible standings A documentary following Sunderland’s woeful 2017/18 season in the Championship will be released on Netflix on December 14.Production company Fulwell73 made the announcement after film crews were ever-present during press conferences and matches on Wearside as Sunderland suffered a second consecutive relegation, dropping to the third tier of English football for only the second time in their history. gameday NEW ERA Pearlman added: “Sunderland Till I Die is a deeply personal series for us at Fulwell – we named our company after the club, it’s where our family is from, and we are still and will always be passionate fans of Sunderland Football Club.“It was always a dream to follow our club through the highs and lows of a season and although this past year didn’t give us the success we all craved, we do believe through this story we’ve been able to show the unique relationship every fan has with the club they love and follow, no matter what the circumstances.“This series captures the drama and heartbreak that the club experienced last season, told through the eyes of the management, players and most importantly Sunderland’s incredible fans. How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? impact highlights Sunderland have made a promising start in League One this season, however “We hope audiences all across the globe will recognise something in this universal tale of strength in the face of adversity and fall in love with the characters as we have.”The production company behind the fly-on-the-wall series were also responsible for other sporting documentaries including The Class of ’92 and I Am Bolt.Although the Black Cats had a 2017/18 campaign to forget, the summer saw Ellis Short sell the club to Stewart Donald and things are looking rosier.Sunderland are currently fourth in League One having earned ten points from their opening four games under new manager Jack Ross.