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Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society seeking board directors, volunteers

Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society seeking board directors, volunteers

The Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society say they're looking for board directors and volunteers.
Peace River Regional District inviting RCMP to speak on policing activities

Peace River Regional District inviting RCMP to speak on policing activities

The Peace River Regional District will invite RCMP detachment commanders from the communities of Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Chetwynd, Tumbler Ridge, and Hudson’s Hope, to attend a future committee of the whole meeting to provide a review of policing activities.
Satellites track the tiny silver fish hugely important to marine life

Satellites track the tiny silver fish hugely important to marine life

"It's one of the very few animal formations that we can see from space, excluding human developments and towns," says researcher with the SPECTRAL Remote Sensing Laboratory at the University of Victoria. 
Woman says husband's head injury caused by crumbling health-care system

Woman says husband's head injury caused by crumbling health-care system

Man suffers seizure, head gash after being prematurely released from hospital, according to his wife.
Numerous 911 calls result in arrests of two knife-wielding men in Vancouver

Numerous 911 calls result in arrests of two knife-wielding men in Vancouver

Police Chief Adam Palmer: "Despite these challenges, Vancouver is a safe city."
B.C. inmates with addiction issues at high risk of reincarceration: study

B.C. inmates with addiction issues at high risk of reincarceration: study

A new study led by a B.C. criminology professor says people jailed in the province who have addiction and mental health issues are at high risk of being reincarcerated within a few years of being released.
BC Highway Patrol seizes drugs, cash, and ammunition near Williams Lake

BC Highway Patrol seizes drugs, cash, and ammunition near Williams Lake

The BC BC Highway Patrol say an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on March 12, arresting a driver and passenger for drug trafficking, seizing over 600 grams of illicit substances, in addition to body armour and ammunition.
Man who chased people with a knife was just out of jail: Vancouver police chief

Man who chased people with a knife was just out of jail: Vancouver police chief

Vancouver police say a suspect who was armed with a knife and chased people on a city street had only been released from jail five days before his arrest.
Vancouver police officer won't face charge over use of force: prosecution service

Vancouver police officer won't face charge over use of force: prosecution service

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Prosecution Service says no charges have been approved against a Vancouver Police officer over an altercation that left a suspect with broken bones and bruises. The Independent Investigations Office, B.C.
Early ban on open burning across northeastern B.C., starting March 28

Early ban on open burning across northeastern B.C., starting March 28

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Open burning will be banned across much of northern British Columbia starting next week after officials warned dry conditions could mean early wildfire activity this spring.