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Citizen poll results: Do you support expanding the hate crime and hate speech laws?

Citizen poll results: Do you support expanding the hate crime and hate speech laws?

The poll ran from Feb. 20 to 29. Of the 745 votes, we can determine that 447 are from within the community.
College Heights, Cedars Christian win opening games at girls basketball provincials

College Heights, Cedars Christian win opening games at girls basketball provincials

North Central zone-champion Duchess Park Condors blow halftime lead and lose to 11th-ranked McMath Wildcats
Prince George RCMP urges caution to those with short-term rentals

Prince George RCMP urges caution to those with short-term rentals

RCMP are warning people with short-term rentals to be cautious when accepting clients as the legislation around short-term rentals in B.C. changes this spring.
Lawsuit filed against north-central B.C. school district over alleged sexual assault

Lawsuit filed against north-central B.C. school district over alleged sexual assault

A civil liability claim has been filed in Vancouver on Feb. 26 against School District 91's board of education, alleging they failed to dismiss a teacher for sexually assaulting a student between 1979 or 1980 in Vanderhoof.
Sentencing date set for Prince George drug traffickers

Sentencing date set for Prince George drug traffickers

A sentencing date has been set for two men found guilty of trafficking-related charges stemming from a police raid on a Prince George apartment in July 2019.
Throwback Thursday: This week in Prince George history, Feb. 29, 2024

Throwback Thursday: This week in Prince George history, Feb. 29, 2024

Hiring to fill top administrative positions at the City of Prince George was quite a bit different 100 years ago than it is now.
Citizen poll results: Are you a registered organ donor?

Citizen poll results: Are you a registered organ donor?

The poll ran from Feb. 20 to 28. Of the 648 votes, we can determine that 393 are from within the community.
Adrian Raeside cartoon: Checking out what's for rent

Adrian Raeside cartoon: Checking out what's for rent

An AI 'hallucination' turned up in a B.C. court case. Experts say it's a wake-up call

An AI 'hallucination' turned up in a B.C. court case. Experts say it's a wake-up call

Vancouver tech lawyer Ryan Black's work with video game companies put him in a position to watch the rise of artificial intelligence in the industry. Now he finds himself on the front lines again as his own profession grapples with the technology.
On famous Trudeau anniversary, no snow, or resignation, in prime minister's forecast

On famous Trudeau anniversary, no snow, or resignation, in prime minister's forecast

OTTAWA — The famous "walk in the snow" that purportedly spurred Pierre Trudeau's departure as prime minister 40 years ago has taken on such mythical proportions in Canadian politics that it even has its own Wikipedia entry. "Noun.