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This posh cruise sails from Vancouver through the Panama Canal at a steal

This posh cruise sails from Vancouver through the Panama Canal at a steal

The cruise stops in San Diego, Costa Rica, Turks and Caicos, St. Thomas, and several cities in Mexico.
Proposed modular home park in Hart rejected

Proposed modular home park in Hart rejected

Council defeated the third reading of a rezoning to facilitate a 27-acre modular home park on Twinberry Drive on Wednesday night.
Ongoing instability keeping Canadians in 'permacrisis,' expert says

Ongoing instability keeping Canadians in 'permacrisis,' expert says

“(From) a consumer public perspective this is  a really difficult period to live in, which means we have higher volatility and unpredictability in how people are going to react to issues from day to day," public opinion researcher David Coletto says.
YXS adds additional flights between Prince George and Calgary

YXS adds additional flights between Prince George and Calgary

Nine flights a week will take off between Prince George and Calgary this summer
Fort St. John fentanyl dealer sentenced to 12 years

Fort St. John fentanyl dealer sentenced to 12 years

Dana Nazarek credited with 683 days of time served
Shots fired at local gas station

Shots fired at local gas station

Suspect arrested within an hour of police receiving the call
Alert issued after cocaine tainted with fentanyl kills multiple people in B.C. Interior

Alert issued after cocaine tainted with fentanyl kills multiple people in B.C. Interior

The entire, vast, IH region is impacted by the alert.
More Foundry centres coming to northern B.C.

More Foundry centres coming to northern B.C.

Burns Lake and Fort St. John to get new Foundry Centres to support young people
Opportunity for First Nations, northern communities to partner on forestry, Teegee says

Opportunity for First Nations, northern communities to partner on forestry, Teegee says

BC Assembly of First Nations regional chief Terry Teegee foresees more partnerships between First Nations and small communities to keep forest industry healthy.
City calls on federal gov’t to consult on RCMP contracts

City calls on federal gov’t to consult on RCMP contracts

The City of Prince George is facing a nearly $5.4 million bill for RCMP retroactive pay.