Fort St. John Recreation and Leisure Department looking for survey respondents on Active Living Strategy

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The City of Fort St. John’s Recreation and Leisure Department is asking for residents to fill out a survey for its Active Living Community Development Strategy.Recreation Manager Kylah Bryde said that the department is asking City residents to give feedback on their knowledge of the City’s recreation programs. She said that the survey will give staff more information on identifying gaps in marketing, barriers to participation, general interest in programs, and general awareness of City programming.Bryde said that as an incentive for participating, those who fill out the survey will be entered into a draw for a $100 credit towards the City’s recreational programming. The survey can be found here: http://ca.surveygizmo.com/s3/50018304/Active-Living-Development-Strategy-Survey-Phase-2- Advertisement -More information can be found on the City’s Recreation Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CityFSJRecreation/last_img read more

Charlton’s Lyle Taylor has more goals than Premier League big guns in 2019

first_imgIf Taylor continues his red-hot form, he is bound to attract interest from rival clubs in the January transfer window, and with less than a year left on his contract, Charlton boss Bowyer admits it will be impossible to keep him. Addicks fans will also have a right to feel concerned after Duchatelet sold then-top scorer Karlan Grant to Huddersfield for £2million last January.Grant, similarly to Taylor now, was in the final year of his contract.The Charlton faithful will hope Duchatelet does not cash in on Taylor, and instead, offers him a contract which reflects his vital contribution to the team. Lyle Taylor has been in superb form in 2019 Getty Images – Getty ⏱️ Losing 2-1 away from home with only a minute on the clock.🥅 Penalty awarded, step up @lyletaylor90.😎 The @CAFCofficial man is cooler than the other side of the pillow. #CAFC pic.twitter.com/t4etLnMJmj— Sky Bet (@SkyBet) August 18, 2019Taylor’s form in 2019 has been so good that he is up there with some of the Premier League’s most lethal forwards.Since the turn of the year, Taylor has scored more league goals than Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Only Norwich’s Teemu Pukki has more league goals this year, with his hat-trick against Newcastle last weekend taking his league tally in 2019 to 18.Taylor may be playing in a lower league than all the big-name strikers, but it’s a highly impressive statistic nonetheless – particularly considering he was turning out for Falkirk in the Scottish third tier only six years ago. Getty Images – Getty But Bowyer does not seem too optimistic.On Wednesday, he said: “I think it will be impossible to keep him.“We started discussions (about a new deal) before the deadline, but it’s tough when you have other clubs offering what they do in this division.“How can we compete? We can’t. That’s the reality of it. But we have him at the moment and he’s scored four in four. I’m just going to enjoy working with him while I can. 3 How Lyle Taylor’s league goals compare to the Premier League’s deadliest strikers in 2019 Taylor netted for Charlton against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night in a 1-1 draw Lyle Taylor (Charlton) – 16 goalsSergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 15 goalsSadio Mane (Liverpool) – 15 goalsRaheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 12 goalsPierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 11 goalsMohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 10 goals LIVE on talkSPORTcenter_img Lee Bowyer guided Charlton back to the Championship last season 3 3 Charlton’s Lyle Taylor is the hottest striker outside the Premier League at the moment.The 29-year-old has scored in four successive games as the Addicks remain unbeaten in the Championship this season. Getty Images – Getty Norwich vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORTDerby vs West Brom (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Sheffield United vs Leicester (Saturday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Liverpool vs Arsenal (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORTSwansea vs Birmingham (Sunday, 12pm) – talkSPORT 2 “That’s the nature of the game, if he goes and scores ten goals between now and January, someone will obviously come in with probably more than what they offered in the summer.“For me, he’s a 20-goal-a-season striker no matter what division. The way we play suits him because it isn’t just his goals. His physicality, he holds the ball up.“He’s got everything. We’re going to try and sign him but it’s going to be hard. It’s a difficult situation.“It’s a difficult one, because he’s a very good striker and everyone wants good strikers.“I’m just thankful we’ve got him now because the owner did us a favour and turned down a big bid for him. He can only keep scoring.” One of the bookmakers’ favourites to go down, Charlton sit in fifth place after four games – largely thanks to Taylor’s prowess.It could have been so different for Lee Bowyer’s side had Taylor left for Brentford on transfer deadline day earlier this month. Unpopular owner Roland Duchatelet finally did something positive for Charlton fans as he rejected a series of bids from Brentford – the latest worth around £4million – for their talisman.A free transfer signing from AFC Wimbledon in the summer of 2018, Taylor scored 21 goals in his debut campaign at the Valley as Charlton won promotion to the Championship.And the step up to the second tier has not fazed the Greenwich-born Montserrat international, who has netted against Blackburn, Stoke, Barnsley and Nottingham Forest already this season.His penalty kicks have also become the stuff of legend at The Valley. Check out all the live commentaries coming up across the talkSPORT network this week last_img read more