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COVID-19 testing centre moving

COVID-19 testing centre moving

Northern Health's Prince George COVID-19 testing centre is relocating within Parkwood Place Shopping Centre.
Rogers expands 5G service to two-dozen more B.C. communities

Rogers expands 5G service to two-dozen more B.C. communities

Northern Health moving Prince George COVID-19 testing collection centre to accommodate more patients

Northern Health moving Prince George COVID-19 testing collection centre to accommodate more patients

New location will allow appointment-based testing seven days a week
Prince George Public Library unveils anti-racism, diversity commitment plan

Prince George Public Library unveils anti-racism, diversity commitment plan

Organization taking actions in light of global events surrounding racial injustice
Third COVID case reported at Site C

Third COVID case reported at Site C

Elections BC sees record number of mail-in ballot requests

Elections BC sees record number of mail-in ballot requests

Roughly 12 per cent of voters in the ridings of Prince George-Mackenzie and Prince George-Valemount have opted to vote by mail-in ballot in the B.C. provincial election, according to data released by Elections BC.
Raise the roof: Ridgeline Corp. is the Prince George Chamber’s 2020 Business of the Year

Raise the roof: Ridgeline Corp. is the Prince George Chamber’s 2020 Business of the Year

Company provided free roofs to local deserving residents through various initiatives
Advance voting begins on Thursday

Advance voting begins on Thursday

Advance voting in the provincial election begins on Thursday and runs until Oct. 21. Elections BC vote information cards to registered voters last week, and all registered voters are entitled to vote at an advance voting place if they want.
Prince George’s health area added 20 total COVID-19 cases from September: BCCDC

Prince George’s health area added 20 total COVID-19 cases from September: BCCDC

Biggest Northern Health spike remains in Peace River North region
Passengers of Prince George Taxi may have been exposed to COVID-19: Northern Health

Passengers of Prince George Taxi may have been exposed to COVID-19: Northern Health

Dates listed include Oct. 2 and 3