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Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

A prominent Canadian forecaster says the country's residents could experience everything from winter wonderlands to spring-like spells in the months ahead.
Carrier Sekani Family Services busy with new youth centre

Carrier Sekani Family Services busy with new youth centre

The official opening of the Carrier Sekani Family Services Sk'ai Zeh Yah Youth Centre took place Nov.
Volunteers feed ducks at Cottonwood Island Park

Volunteers feed ducks at Cottonwood Island Park

As the cold sets in, hundreds of ducks are still at Cottonwood Island Park and so are the two volunteers who feed them daily to help keep the ducks alive during the harsh winter months when food is in short supply.
Rise and shine, Prince George!

Rise and shine, Prince George!

Expect rain and wind today
Court docket: November 23-27, 2020

Court docket: November 23-27, 2020

From Prince George provincial court: - Harvey Jerome Chingee (born 1986) was sentenced to two years probation, issued a lifetime firearms prohibition, ordered to provide a DNA sample and assessed $300 in victim surcharges for two counts of assault wi
B.C.'s economic recovery minister says getting through pandemic will be team approach

B.C.'s economic recovery minister says getting through pandemic will be team approach

Premier John Horgan appointed Kahlon as jobs, economic recovery and innovation minister last week
Ottawa extends rules and restrictions for travelers amid rising COVID-19 case counts

Ottawa extends rules and restrictions for travelers amid rising COVID-19 case counts

The federal government says it's extending a slew of travel restrictions and rules meant to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic into the new year as case counts continue their steady rise across the country.
Prince George musician Danny Bell to release second album ‘Songs for the Town’

Prince George musician Danny Bell to release second album ‘Songs for the Town’

The album takes a satirical look at the life of a musician in northern B.C.
Opinion: Why kids are better than adults at adapting to tech change — fearlessness

Opinion: Why kids are better than adults at adapting to tech change — fearlessness

Admittedly, it was before my time when, in 1934, Alan Dower Blumlein cut the first stereo disc at what are now the Abbey Road Studios in London.
Moderna chairman says Canada near head of line for 20 million vaccine doses

Moderna chairman says Canada near head of line for 20 million vaccine doses

OTTAWA — The chairman of American vaccine maker Moderna says Canada is near the front of the line to receive 20 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine it pre-ordered.