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City’s homeless strategy back before council in April

City’s homeless strategy back before council in April

City staff will present reports on how “to protect the safety of both occupants of the Lower Patricia area and residents of the Millar Addition.”
Northern Addictions Forum coming to city

Northern Addictions Forum coming to city

Northern B.C. First Nations leaders and healthcare workers will be in Prince George next week to discuss the impacts of addiction.
Half of B.C.'s threatened old-growth forest open to logging, report says

Half of B.C.'s threatened old-growth forest open to logging, report says

The B.C. government has failed to hit specific milestones and provide transparency around measures it has taken to protect old-growth forests in the province, according to the latest report car from three environmental groups.
Trans Mountain Pipeline project 80% done

Trans Mountain Pipeline project 80% done

The pipeline expansion employed an average of 2,409 people in the Valemont area.
BCHL announcer wins posthumous award

BCHL announcer wins posthumous award

Arch Ecker, who died of a heart attack in September, was named the BCHL's broadcaster of the year.
Prince George skiers miss podium at World Cup

Prince George skiers miss podium at World Cup

Tiana Gairns and Gavin Rowell placed 13th and 29th at the World Cup ski cross on Friday in Ontario.
Prince Rupert gets $65M for water system upgrade

Prince Rupert gets $65M for water system upgrade

The northwestern B.C. city suffered a water main break on Dec. 15 that threatened the water supply for the whole city.
Letter to the editor: Support workers ‘deeply concerned' about SD57 leadership

Letter to the editor: Support workers ‘deeply concerned' about SD57 leadership

School District 57’s ‘revolving door’ leadership is distracting from the district’s mission to help students, union leaders say.
Legal wrangling continues over gravel quarry

Legal wrangling continues over gravel quarry

The City of Prince George is seeking the rewording of an order proposed by Rock'n'Roll and Rolling Mix Concrete.
Fort St. John musician coming to Prince George

Fort St. John musician coming to Prince George

Naomi Shore will be bringing songs from her latest album to a show in Prince George on March 23.