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City of Prince George wants residents to report accessibility issues

City of Prince George wants residents to report accessibility issues

‘We need people to speak up on what is impacting them’
Canfor mill worker dies 12 days after being electrocuted

Canfor mill worker dies 12 days after being electrocuted

Pipefitter Gary Lefebvre, 45, was injured in a Jan. 31 accident at Intercontinental Pulp Mill in Prince George
Swords returned to Prince George woman after weapons seizure

Swords returned to Prince George woman after weapons seizure

A pair of two-bladed sharpened swords, two airsoft pistols, and a can of bear spray have been returned to a Prince George woman, following an RCMP weapon seizure at a residence on Oct. 26, 2022.
Northern BC court docket: Feb. 12 to 16

Northern BC court docket: Feb. 12 to 16

Fines and sentences for Prince George and area.
Theatre NorthWest expands its wheelchair accessible seating

Theatre NorthWest expands its wheelchair accessible seating

‘We all really believe that art should be for everyone’
Input sought on hunting regulations

Input sought on hunting regulations

Up to 50 proposed amendments are being considered in 2024, and cover a range of topics, including adjustments to season lengths, seasonal start and end times, and motor-vehicle restrictions.  
City hosting OCP open houses at the House of Ancestors

City hosting OCP open houses at the House of Ancestors

Residents can attend to learn more about the Official Community Plan Review
Take your picture with a banned book at the Prince George Public Library

Take your picture with a banned book at the Prince George Public Library

The PGPL is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Freedom to Read week
Lheidli T’enneh accepts pledge at Otway on Family Day

Lheidli T’enneh accepts pledge at Otway on Family Day

Caledonia Nordic Ski Club presented Chief Logan with a Respectful Acknowledgment pledge
Syphilis infections soaring among seniors across north-central B.C.

Syphilis infections soaring among seniors across north-central B.C.

For seniors within the Northern Health Authority infectious syphilis numbers went from zero to 16.5 cases per 100,000 from 2019 to 2023.