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Northern Health sees one new COVID-19 death, daily case counts remain in triple digits

Northern Health sees one new COVID-19 death, daily case counts remain in triple digits

Active cases are now at 983 in the region according to BCDCC data
Prince George receives Wood WORKS award for Fire Hall No. 1

Prince George receives Wood WORKS award for Fire Hall No. 1

The city was one of five local governments honoured with the award
Prince George residents raise funds for incurable blood cancer

Prince George residents raise funds for incurable blood cancer

The fifth annual Multiple Myeloma March raised over $12,000
Prince George Airport Authority ‘cautiously optimistic’ about COVID-19 air travel recovery

Prince George Airport Authority ‘cautiously optimistic’ about COVID-19 air travel recovery

‘We went from being progressive and focusing on growth to survival’
Voter turnout down in both Prince George ridings

Voter turnout down in both Prince George ridings

Fewer people voted in 2021 than in the 2019 election
Prince George RCMP seek woman wanted on robbery, firearms offences

Prince George RCMP seek woman wanted on robbery, firearms offences

Police are looking for Maureen Laurencia Isaac-Johnson
Northern Health sees a total of 943 current cases of COVID-19 reported as hospitals struggle to keep up

Northern Health sees a total of 943 current cases of COVID-19 reported as hospitals struggle to keep up

There are now 943 active cases in the region
Carrier Sekani Family Services premiering documentary 'For Love' in Vancouver

Carrier Sekani Family Services premiering documentary 'For Love' in Vancouver

The film is narrated by Shania Twain and will premiere on Sept. 30
Ongoing Prince George stormwater work sees Ginter’s Field pond emptied

Ongoing Prince George stormwater work sees Ginter’s Field pond emptied

City needs an additional $4.7 million annually to maintain stormwater network
Soles Remembering Souls memorial walk for those lost to suicide

Soles Remembering Souls memorial walk for those lost to suicide

Having missed last year’s walk because of the pandemic the Crisis Centre for Northern BC is holding its second annual memorial walk for those who have lost their loved one to suicide as September is Suicide Prevention Month.