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Citizen poll results: Are you in support of a national pharmacare program?

Citizen poll results: Are you in support of a national pharmacare program?

The poll ran from Feb. 15 to 27. Of the 861 votes, we can determine that 493 are from within the community.
Warm but 'moody' spring expected across most of Canada: Weather Network forecast

Warm but 'moody' spring expected across most of Canada: Weather Network forecast

Most Canadians can look forward to a warmer-than-normal spring, but they should also brace for the season’s "profound mood swings," according to The Weather Network's latest outlook.
Prince George RCMP seek witnesses to hit-and-run

Prince George RCMP seek witnesses to hit-and-run

Prince George RCMP are looking to speak with any witnesses to a motor vehicle incident that occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024. The collision occurred just before 7 a.m.
Library announces history award winners

Library announces history award winners

Winners of the 2024 Jeanne Clarke Local History Awards were announced Sunday. The winners are Clarence Boudreau, 93 and Katherine Palmer Gordon.
Rio Tinto says it's committed to working with First Nations on Nechako River

Rio Tinto says it's committed to working with First Nations on Nechako River

Rio Tinto says they're committed to working with both the Saik’uz and Stellat’en First Nations following a Feb. 26 BC Supreme Court appeal decision regarding the two groups' aboriginal rights to fish the Nechako River watershed.
City prioritizing Hart sidewalk construction

City prioritizing Hart sidewalk construction

Councillor Trudy Klassen wants gap in pedestrian network fixed at busy roadway which she says creates a hazard for students walking to school
Safety board says broken wheel caused 61-car CN Rail derailment in B.C.

Safety board says broken wheel caused 61-car CN Rail derailment in B.C.

VANCOUVER — The Transportation Safety Board says a broken wheel was to blame for a train derailment in B.C.'s Fraser Valley more than three years ago that spilled six million kilograms of potash.
Fort St. John RCMP searching for stolen antlers, animal hides, and ammunition

Fort St. John RCMP searching for stolen antlers, animal hides, and ammunition

The Fort St. John RCMP say they're on the hunt for stolen trophy antlers, hides, and ammunition, taken from an abandoned property located on the 8200 block of 98 St.
Prince George city council pushes back against short-term rental rules

Prince George city council pushes back against short-term rental rules

B.C. law that takes effect May 1st would limit short-term rentals to host’s primary residence and either a secondary suite or accessory dwelling
Prince George city council approves closing tax loophole for daycare centres in schools

Prince George city council approves closing tax loophole for daycare centres in schools

City council approves resolution it will take to North Central Local Government Association to ask province to find a way to collect those taxes