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U16 Kodiaks Red girls bring home silver from Burnaby club v-ball tournament

U16 Kodiaks Red girls bring home silver from Burnaby club v-ball tournament

Kodiaks lost championship match in three sets to Surrey
'One fabulous weekend': B.C. friends win Super Bowl 50-50 raffle

'One fabulous weekend': B.C. friends win Super Bowl 50-50 raffle

The two Langley brothers and their friend from Abbotsford won the Super Bowl 50-50 raffle, worth US$250,000.
UNBC makes top employers in B.C. list

UNBC makes top employers in B.C. list

Prince George university has been selected for this list 10 of past 13 years
Province takes steps to curb spread of fatal disease found in B.C. deer, moose

Province takes steps to curb spread of fatal disease found in B.C. deer, moose

VICTORIA — The B.C. government is taking steps to curb the spread of a disease that's deadly for deer, elk, moose and caribou after the discovery of the province's first cases last month.
B.C. eyes community, non-profit, underused lands to build affordable rental units

B.C. eyes community, non-profit, underused lands to build affordable rental units

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is launching a public housing plan to build more affordable rental units for middle-income earners who often struggle financially to live in the same communities where they work, Premier David Eby said Tuesday.
Sexy Laundry showcased on Theatre NorthWest stage

Sexy Laundry showcased on Theatre NorthWest stage

Real-life couple portray Alice and Henry in Theatre NorthWest's production of Sexy Laundry, a play by Michele Riml, from Feb. 15 to March 6.
National response needed for encampment crisis, evictions must end: federal advocate

National response needed for encampment crisis, evictions must end: federal advocate

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Unhoused people have a fundamental right to live in encampments, and that right is violated when authorities tear them down, Canada's housing advocate says.
Despite lack of natural snow, Hart Ski Hill still open for business

Despite lack of natural snow, Hart Ski Hill still open for business

Ski and snowboard resorts in the region suffering through unusually dry and warm winter
B.C. providing $15M in grants to fairs, festivals and events

B.C. providing $15M in grants to fairs, festivals and events

Applications to be accepted until Feb. 25
Prince George RCMP investigating drive-by shootings

Prince George RCMP investigating drive-by shootings

The Prince George RCMP say their investigative service team is looking for information on two drive-by shootings which happened on Jan. 28.