In a year of unprecedented change, we’ve come a long way—together—to overcome health challenges, financial hardship, and strain on relationships due to social distance. Despite that, we keep finding a way to move forward.
Today, we’re moving forward too.
As of May 3, Prince George Matters will be merging into a larger, more robust newsroom with our sister publication, the Prince George Citizen. We’re excited for what the future holds and will continue building upon the rich legacy the Prince George Citizen has created, with the lessons we’ve learned from our beloved Matters readers.
Over the past three years, we’ve worked hard to build relationships with our community and you, the reader, and we want to assure you that you’ll continue to receive the same compelling community coverage and storytelling you’ve come to expect from both mastheads. Please know that all of our previous articles and comments will continue to live on under the Prince George Citizen’s website.
We also want to be clear that not a single job has been lost in this move. Every one of our journalists will continue to uncover stories in B.C., both at the Prince George Citizen and at other Glacier Media publications in the Lower Mainland. Our sales representative will continue to support local businesses with their advertising and marketing needs.
If you’re a financial supporter of Prince George Matters, we sincerely want to thank you for helping us carry on over this past year. As of today, we have cancelled your future payments, but we hope you will continue to support our local news coverage through the Prince George Citizen.
Thank you for letting us continue to tell your stories. We’ll see you here again tomorrow.