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Large subdivision proposed in St. Lawrence Heights

Large subdivision proposed in St. Lawrence Heights

A New Westminster-based developer is looking to create a subdivision with more than 200 lots in the area of St. Lawrence Heights.
B.C. woman gets blood clot from AstraZeneca vaccine

B.C. woman gets blood clot from AstraZeneca vaccine

A B.C. woman is the first person in the province to have developed a blood clot after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said on Thursday.
Huble Homestead releases latest children's book

Huble Homestead releases latest children's book

Ceepee and the Fish Camp is the latest book in the children's history series presented by Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Society.
Scavenger hunt set for Prince George

Scavenger hunt set for Prince George

Cercle des Canadiens Fran├žais de Prince George is hosting a scavenger hunt for all residents to help welcome those who are new to town.
Local photographer gets national recognition

Local photographer gets national recognition

Local photographer, Terrill Bodner, had four of her images selected to be exhibited in a national salon showcasing the best of Canadian professional photography. Outstanding images were selected by a judging panel of master photographers.
As end of COVID-19 comes into focus, are we ready to party yet?

As end of COVID-19 comes into focus, are we ready to party yet?

Special Report: Pandemic promises to leave lasting psychological, emotional scars in B.C.
Can employers force employees back to the office? Can bosses ask if you got a vaccine?

Can employers force employees back to the office? Can bosses ask if you got a vaccine?

These and more vaccine and COVID-19 related questions answered by an employment lawyer.
St. John Ambulance encourages everyone to become emergency prepared

St. John Ambulance encourages everyone to become emergency prepared

Emergency Preparedness Week is May 2 to 8, a time for everyone to reflect on how prepared they are for the risks in their area.
B.C. wildfire season uncertain, fire officials 'on their toes'

B.C. wildfire season uncertain, fire officials 'on their toes'

A record-breaking dry March for many B.C. communities is causing concern for the 2021 wildfire season.
Trudeau won't rule out vaccine certificates for international travellers

Trudeau won't rule out vaccine certificates for international travellers

PM won't offer timeline on when such a decision might be made