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Film for eleven

Film for eleven

For 11 straight days, Prince George residents can view 33 documentary films during the fourth annual Travelling World Community Film Festival.
Film for eleven

Film for eleven

For 11 straight days, Prince George residents can view 33 documentary films during the fourth annual Travelling World Community Film Festival.

Police knock off two in one day.

Wednesday was a red flag day for marijuana growers in Prince George as the RCMP took down a second large grow operation in the 9400 block of Edna Road.
Former Citizen editor dies

Former Citizen editor dies

Former Citizen editor in chief, Tony Skae, died March 3 in Vancouver General Hospital following brief illness. He was 90. Born in Vancouver in 1919, Mr.
Photo album - Citizen spelling bee

Photo album - Citizen spelling bee

Check out our photo gallery for the latest photos of the Canspell Citizen spelling bee. Scroll down to our Media Centre, click on Photo Gallery and Canspell Citizen spelling bee.
UNBC professor earns excellence in teaching award

UNBC professor earns excellence in teaching award

A University of Northern British Columbia mathematics professor has earned an award for excellence in teaching.

2010-11 fishing licences available online

Non-tidal angling licences for 2010-11 may be purchased online before the season starts April 1 by going to www.fishing.gov.bc.ca, says the provincial government.

Advocacy group to test for formaldehyde

A Prince George air quality advocacy group says it will be testing for formaldehyde emissions in the Millar Addition after it was reveled that earlier provincial testing had shown extremely high levels of formaldehyde in the city neighbourhood.

2010-11 fishing licences available online

Non-tidal angling licences for 2010-11 may be purchased online before the season starts April 1 by going to www.fishing.gov.bc.ca, says the provincial government.

A step back to 1915

A Prince George man who's always on the lookout for historic treasures has found a rare picture dating back to 1915. Ross Erricson discovered a picture from the First World War while perusing Value Village recently. The photo by W.V.