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Pussy Riot at The Polygon: Landmark exhibition documents a decade of political action

Pussy Riot at The Polygon: Landmark exhibition documents a decade of political action

Activist and Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina brings Velvet Terrorism to North Vancouver.
Prince George drug trafficker lawfully arrested, rules judge

Prince George drug trafficker lawfully arrested, rules judge

A warrantless search and arrest leading to charges of two counts of possession of a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine and cocaine, for the purposes of trafficking, was lawful, ruled Prince George Provincial Court on July 18, 2022.
One man dead after tanker fire in Williams Lake

One man dead after tanker fire in Williams Lake

A tanker truck carrying high grade explosives had gone off the road and was engulfed in flames, leading to the death of one man.
Taylor pulp mill purchased for $7 million

Taylor pulp mill purchased for $7 million

Calgary-based company Buffalo Rail and Infrastructure have announced the purchase of the Taylor pulp mill, and plan to invest $50 million to convert it into a multi-use industrial distribution and logistics hub.
International ski community praises Prince George as host of two-week para nordic world finals

International ski community praises Prince George as host of two-week para nordic world finals

Otway Nordic Centre trails stood up to the test for back-to-back Para Biathlon World Championships and Para Nordic World Cup Finals
B.C. nurse lied about approval to use Botox

B.C. nurse lied about approval to use Botox

B.C.'s College of Nurses and Midwives is now considering what penalty should be handed down in Roshanak Rahi's case.
Cat breeder must pay $2,100 in ragdoll kitten dispute

Cat breeder must pay $2,100 in ragdoll kitten dispute

Breeder suspected buyer was trying to defraud them and refused to refund the e-transfer.
'Dating violence' among Canadian teens rising but still underreported, data shows

'Dating violence' among Canadian teens rising but still underreported, data shows

Girls bear the brunt of physical and emotional abuse even in their first dating experiences, according to police-reported data.
B.C. woman seeking fourth lawyer says case has gone on too long

B.C. woman seeking fourth lawyer says case has gone on too long

Angela Rosario Ravina-Quispe's case has involved 69 court dates with more than two dozen judges or justices of the peace and 13 Crown prosecutors.
Cariboo-Chilcotin farmland value sees eight percent growth

Cariboo-Chilcotin farmland value sees eight percent growth

According to a March 12 report by Farm Credit Canada, the Cariboo-Chilcotin and Kootenay regions had the biggest increases in the province for average cultivated farmland values, at 8 percent and 7.6 percent, respectively.