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Northern Health issues toxic drug alert for Prince George

Northern Health issues toxic drug alert for Prince George

An increase in overdoses is resulting from two distinct substances
Hate crimes team joins investigation into attack on international student at Kelowna bus stop

Hate crimes team joins investigation into attack on international student at Kelowna bus stop

21-year-old Gagandeep Singh was viciously swarmed, suffering extensive non life-threatening injuries.
Special Olympics BC hosting Prince George inclusion fair

Special Olympics BC hosting Prince George inclusion fair

In Prince George, there are about 80 athletes already participating and anyone interested is welcome to join in the fun.
B.C. pharmacist who faked his COVID-19 vaccinations suspended for 30 days

B.C. pharmacist who faked his COVID-19 vaccinations suspended for 30 days

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia pharmacist has been disciplined for claiming to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and falsifying provincial health records to hide his unvaccinated status.
Gerry Chidiac: Everyone needs to be critical news consumers

Gerry Chidiac: Everyone needs to be critical news consumers

Never have we had so much useful information available to us and so much nonsense to weed through.
In the Courts: Skeena Resources denies former VP’s toxic workplace allegations

In the Courts: Skeena Resources denies former VP’s toxic workplace allegations

B.C. miner claims Kelly Earle made up and spread allegations about colleagues she didn’t like
Prince George to house team targeting repeat violent offenders

Prince George to house team targeting repeat violent offenders

A dozen teams expected to be in place across the province by early May
‘Everyone is basically at risk’: How to avoid falling victim to financial fraud

‘Everyone is basically at risk’: How to avoid falling victim to financial fraud

Alejandra Laria Aleaga was thrilled to see a job offer pop into her inbox in October 2021.
Why inflation remains persistent in B.C. while cooling in the rest of Canada

Why inflation remains persistent in B.C. while cooling in the rest of Canada

Province’s inflation rate remained unchanged at 6.2% in February, according to Statistics Canada
Debut wrestling event crowns champs

Debut wrestling event crowns champs

Organizers are already looking ahead to future touring dates across northern B.C., including a return to Prince George at the House of Ancestors on May 12 and 13.