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Fort St. John man reported missing

Fort St. John man reported missing

Jordan Dean Nande, 27, has connections in Fort Nelson, Williams Lake and Kamloops.
Lheidli T’enneh election on April 11

Lheidli T’enneh election on April 11

The Prince George-area First Nation elects chiefs and councillors for two-year terms.
B.C. residents getting more money from province

B.C. residents getting more money from province

Approximately 85% of B.C. residents will receive a full or partial payment to help with global inflation and the increased cost of living.
Dangerous dog trial hears of deadly attack

Dangerous dog trial hears of deadly attack

Alyssa Dionne is the owner of a "pit bull type" dog alleged to have helped kill a neighbour's dog
Prince George Cougars win 6-2 to even up playoff series

Prince George Cougars win 6-2 to even up playoff series

Koehn Ziemmer and Jaxsen Wiebe led the way with two goals each
Spruce Kings fall in double OT, swept from playoffs

Spruce Kings fall in double OT, swept from playoffs

Jordan Fairlie turned aside 47 of 49 shots for the Kings in his final game of junior hockey.
B.C. universities caution using TikTok amid privacy concerns

B.C. universities caution using TikTok amid privacy concerns

Users of the popular social media platform are encouraged to use a web browser instead, to limit the information collected.
Prince George Legion set to host Legends evening

Prince George Legion set to host Legends evening

Robert Larrabee started singing into his hairbrush in front of the mirror when he was a little kid.
Paddleboarder has close encounter with whale off Deep Cove

Paddleboarder has close encounter with whale off Deep Cove

Orcas made an appearance in Indian Arm off North Vancouver Tuesday
B.C. to boost minimum wage to $16.75 an hour, matches 6.9 per cent inflation

B.C. to boost minimum wage to $16.75 an hour, matches 6.9 per cent inflation

VICTORIA — British Columbia's minimum wage will increase to $16.75 an hour, a boost that the government says would fulfil a promise to tie the benchmark pay level to inflation. The new minimum wage is to kick in on June 1, representing a 6.