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Eighth northern B.C. school potentially exposed to COVID-19 in Fort Nelson

Eighth northern B.C. school potentially exposed to COVID-19 in Fort Nelson

Municipality's secondary school has possible exposure dates of Oct. 15 and 16
B.C. taxpayers foot $27M bill for retiring, defeated MLAs: CTF

B.C. taxpayers foot $27M bill for retiring, defeated MLAs: CTF

Taxpayers in British Columbia will be footing an estimated $27 million bill for provincial MLAs who retired prior to the Oct. 24 election or who lost their seats in that vote, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation estimates.
Stolen vehicle collides with ambulance

Stolen vehicle collides with ambulance

A portion of Highway 97 was closed for several hours Wednesday after the driver of a stolen pickup truck struck an ambulance carrying two patients just north of the Simon Fraser Bridge. Police were called to the scene at 11:15 a.m.
Three arrested after stolen vehicle strikes ambulance in Prince George, numerous injured

Three arrested after stolen vehicle strikes ambulance in Prince George, numerous injured

Alcohol, speed are believed to be factors in the investigation
Husky pipeline spills 900,000 litres of produced water in northwestern Alberta

Husky pipeline spills 900,000 litres of produced water in northwestern Alberta

RAINBOW LAKE, Alta. — Husky Energy says 900,000 litres of produced water spilled from one of its pipelines in northwestern Alberta. Produced water is a byproduct of oil and gas extraction and sometimes contains residual petroleum and chemicals.
UPDATE: Detours in place after three-vehicle collision closes Highway 97 south in Prince George

UPDATE: Detours in place after three-vehicle collision closes Highway 97 south in Prince George

Three people have been arrested after crashing stolen pick-up into ambulance carrying patients
Freeland says aid needed, but not infinite, as central bank targets 2022 for recovery

Freeland says aid needed, but not infinite, as central bank targets 2022 for recovery

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says federal aid programs won't last forever, making the comments on the same day the Bank of Canada targeted 2022 for an economic recovery from COVID-19.
Prince George Hubspace joins campaign to celebrate women entrepreneurs in B.C.

Prince George Hubspace joins campaign to celebrate women entrepreneurs in B.C.

#WEcreateBC online campaign will run until Women’s Entrepreneurship Day
Several B.C. firefighters deployed to California test positive for COVID-19

Several B.C. firefighters deployed to California test positive for COVID-19

A number of firefighters deployed to Oregon and California brought back more than souvenirs and memories. Sixteen of the 429 BC Wildfire Service firefighters sent to battle the raging forest fires have tested positive for COVID-19.
Tsilhqot’in leaders call for suspension of officers seen in Williams Lake arrest

Tsilhqot’in leaders call for suspension of officers seen in Williams Lake arrest

The Tsilhqot’in National Government is calling for an independent investigation and the immediate suspension of Williams Lake RCMP officers captured in a widely-shared video showing a controversial takedown and arrest of a suspect.