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Prince George city council to consider 7.23% tax increase next week

Prince George city council to consider 7.23% tax increase next week

The public are invited to provide input to city council on Monday and Wednesday, as council deliberates on the city’s 2023 budget.
Prince George Pulp mill workers still in a fog over job futures

Prince George Pulp mill workers still in a fog over job futures

PPWC union president Chuck LeBlanc awaits Canfor decisions on what's in store for 300 workers affected by mill's closure in March
Charter rights of accused in deadly Prince George arson violated, judge finds

Charter rights of accused in deadly Prince George arson violated, judge finds

Judge finds delay in access to counsel was unreasonable following detention and arrest of Econo Lodge fire suspect Justin Aster
Power theft at First Avenue camp raises city councillor’s ire

Power theft at First Avenue camp raises city councillor’s ire

Residents of the camp are using power from the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George’s parking lot plug-ins.
First use of Apple Emergency SOS in B.C. may have saved two lives

First use of Apple Emergency SOS in B.C. may have saved two lives

Two women stranded in the wilderness near McBride used the new satellite technology to contact search and rescue
Forests minister defends government stance on value-added access to timber

Forests minister defends government stance on value-added access to timber

“The 10 per cent dedicated fibre supply for the new program is just a starting point. Government is committed to ensuring additional volume for BC Timber Sales."
Geoscience BC data helping narrow search for mining opportunities

Geoscience BC data helping narrow search for mining opportunities

Central Interior copper-gold study focused on vast Quesnel Terraine.
Man shot in Prince George neighbourhood, police seek tips from public

Man shot in Prince George neighbourhood, police seek tips from public

Incident happened Wednesday evening at 20th Avenue and Queensway
Arctic air invasion coming to Prince George and most of BC

Arctic air invasion coming to Prince George and most of BC

Arctic air will invade B.C. beginning late Friday, with a major shift in temperature from the mild January weather, Environment Canada reported.
Small Business B.C. Awards looking for Prince George nominations

Small Business B.C. Awards looking for Prince George nominations

Public asked to nominate a small business that has impacted the community
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