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How connectivity is supporting child development in rural B.C.

How connectivity is supporting child development in rural B.C.

TELUS has donated its Smart Hub technology to healthcare providers in Prince George, enabling rural families to more easily access the care they need for their children to thrive
This therapeutic recovery community aims to help curb addiction and combat B.C.’s overdose crisis

This therapeutic recovery community aims to help curb addiction and combat B.C.’s overdose crisis

The province declared a public health emergency in 2016, which has further worsened since the COVID-19 pandemic
Greg D'Avignon to leave CEO post at Business Council of B.C.

Greg D'Avignon to leave CEO post at Business Council of B.C.

Longtime executive to head to be Canadian Strategy Group partner
Nechako Corners development projected for completion by 2024

Nechako Corners development projected for completion by 2024

Current economic climate could delay start of construction of Prince George neighbourhood supermarket/shopping centre/residential project
Forest industry health hinges on timber access guarantee for secondary manufacturers

Forest industry health hinges on timber access guarantee for secondary manufacturers

Brink says investors will shy away from B.C.'s value-added companies unless access to trees is protected
Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Outgoing Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman to head new resources venture
Will third party political machines make the difference on election day?

Will third party political machines make the difference on election day?

British Columbia’s election laws regulating third parties need more teeth and the regulator needs more tools, says the co-founder of Democracy Watch.
Uride ridesharing company launching in P.G. on Friday, Oct. 21

Uride ridesharing company launching in P.G. on Friday, Oct. 21

Thunder Bay company already operating in Kamloops and Kelowna, soon to expand to Victoria and Nanaimo
Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Five entrepreneurs aim to disrupt B.C.'s wine-cooler market with an innovative product they call SakeBomb – a range of flavoured coolers made with the rice wine, or sake.
New condominium complex changes landscape near Exhibition Park

New condominium complex changes landscape near Exhibition Park

Four-storey, 40-unit structure part of Hayer Construction's 116-unit Framework 22 housing project
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