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Prince George Cougars loaning two players to Spruce Kings amid new WHL transfer terms

Prince George Cougars loaning two players to Spruce Kings amid new WHL transfer terms

Connor Bowie, Aiden Reeves to don red, white and blue until Christmas
B.C. store apologizes, removes costume depicting Indigenous girl

B.C. store apologizes, removes costume depicting Indigenous girl

COVID exposure on Westjet flight reported

COVID exposure on Westjet flight reported

Passengers on a flight from Vancouver to Prince George last week may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus. Those who were sitting in rows three to nine on Westjet flight 3287 on Thurs., Oct.
On Our Radar: Prince George’s online Talktober is tonight

On Our Radar: Prince George’s online Talktober is tonight

Public consultation is taking on a new format this year
Poll suggests Canadians skittish on future immigration increases as COVID-19 persists

Poll suggests Canadians skittish on future immigration increases as COVID-19 persists

OTTAWA — New data suggests that Canadians are feeling skittish about any future increases in immigration levels for the next 12 months.
B.C.'s top doctor bans house gatherings – except for family and 'your safe six'

B.C.'s top doctor bans house gatherings – except for family and 'your safe six'

Dr. Bonnie Henry's newest public health order was announced the same day the province recorded its largest three-day total increase in COVID-19 cases
West Fraser Timber swings to $350M third-quarter profit on higher lumber prices

West Fraser Timber swings to $350M third-quarter profit on higher lumber prices

VANCOUVER — West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. says it swung to a large profit in the third quarter on higher lumber prices. The Vancouver-based forestry company says it earned $350 million or $5.09 per share for the three months ended Sept.
B.C. Votes 2020: Which ridings are most likely to flip once all ballots are counted?

B.C. Votes 2020: Which ridings are most likely to flip once all ballots are counted?

One of which may take place in northern B.C.
Where there’s smoke there remains fiery opposition in Canada: poll

Where there’s smoke there remains fiery opposition in Canada: poll

A few years ago, I found a copy of Vancouver magazine from 1979. The remarkably thick volume was a monthly edition that included lengthy articles on current events, politics and lifestyle.
VIDEO: Vancouver Canucks' Elias Pettersson proves he can do everything — including play goalie

VIDEO: Vancouver Canucks' Elias Pettersson proves he can do everything — including play goalie

Pettersson's list of talents keeps expanding, from juggling while on a unicycle to being an Instagram model.