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Wanted: Justin David Clements

Wanted: Justin David Clements

Warrant for arrest issued after failing to appear in court
Prince George RCMP arrest suspect after police car rammed

Prince George RCMP arrest suspect after police car rammed

Alleged culprit described as "well-known violent offender"
Mosquitoes just waiting for spring warmth

Mosquitoes just waiting for spring warmth

Homeowners should get rid of standing water sources in yards to reduce populations of the nasty critters
Multimedia festival to showcase Prince George artists

Multimedia festival to showcase Prince George artists

First annual Community Moves Festival taking place May 25 to 27 will showcase local musicians, actors, photographers and visual artists.
Canada lagging as wind and solar drive global drop in electricity emissions, study finds

Canada lagging as wind and solar drive global drop in electricity emissions, study finds

Wind and solar generation have hit a global turning point in weening the grid off fossil fuels. Some experts say Canada needs to build five times faster to catch up.
Lawsuit against local firm deemed abuse of process

Lawsuit against local firm deemed abuse of process

Plaintiff had already received award from Civil Resolution Tribunal before turning to B.C. Supreme Court
'It was so gross': B.C. woman finds bugs in Easter eggs

'It was so gross': B.C. woman finds bugs in Easter eggs

"My nephew came up and smashed one and it was full of bugs," Madison Conibea says.
Prince George passport office opens April 25

Prince George passport office opens April 25

Service Canada office at 1393 Fourth Ave., gearing up for launch of 10-day service for travellers
Compulsory trades training Phase 1 deadline is Dec. 1

Compulsory trades training Phase 1 deadline is Dec. 1

The SkilledTradesBC roadshow coming to Prince George Wednesday to explain the new apprenticeship and certification rules
Amid record EV sales, B.C. to fund 250 more public charging stations

Amid record EV sales, B.C. to fund 250 more public charging stations

It's all part of the province's "Electric Highway" program.