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Flair launches $50M lawsuit against leasing companies following plane seizures

Flair launches $50M lawsuit against leasing companies following plane seizures

Flair Airlines has filed a $50-million lawsuit against several plane-leasing companies over what it claims were unlawful seizures of four of its aircraft over the weekend.
High-speed rollover earns more jail time

High-speed rollover earns more jail time

Farbn Marvin Japow of Surrey sentenced to a further 10 months in jail and prohibited from driving for two years for drug-fuelled October 2022 crash
Letter to the editor: Student safety at stake in school board meetings

Letter to the editor: Student safety at stake in school board meetings

All 60 school districts, as well as independent and First Nations schools, have SOGI-inclusive codes of conduct and policies in place.
Two Prince George restaurants have high hazard rating

Two Prince George restaurants have high hazard rating

Seven other local restaurants have a moderate hazard rating, according to Northern Health.
Lambda trial to be heard in English

Lambda trial to be heard in English

Judge rejects request to have matter heard in French but says an interpreter remains an option
Letter to the editor: Pellet sector not to blame for forestry problems

Letter to the editor: Pellet sector not to blame for forestry problems

A recent study conducted by a team of forest professionals and academic experts found that 85 per cent of the BC pellet industry’s fibre supply comes from by-products of sawmills and allied industries
Cedars fifth, College Heights eighth at basketball provincials

Cedars fifth, College Heights eighth at basketball provincials

High school boys basketball season ends at provincial tournaments in Langley
Young, Canada beat Colombia 5-0 at World Baseball Classic

Young, Canada beat Colombia 5-0 at World Baseball Classic

Prince George's Jared Young went one-for-four at the plate.
Police search for motive, evidence after 17 B.C. horses shot dead

Police search for motive, evidence after 17 B.C. horses shot dead

The shootings happened west of Kamloops.
Skakun questions Freedom of Information bylaw change

Skakun questions Freedom of Information bylaw change

Having the city manager be in charge of releasing information under the Freedom of Information Act raises potential conflicts of interest, Coun. Brian Skakun says.