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Masks now mandatory at Prince George civic facilities following B.C.'s new health order

Masks now mandatory at Prince George civic facilities following B.C.'s new health order

The City of Prince George has responded in kind to Dr. Bonnie Henry's latest public health order that requires masks to be worn in all indoor public and retail spaces .
COVID-19 putting women’s employment on ‘troubling trajectory,’ warns RBC

COVID-19 putting women’s employment on ‘troubling trajectory,’ warns RBC

While national employment levels have stabilized since outset of the pandemic last spring, women continue to be on the losing side of those gains.
Henry announces new measures, makes masks mandatory

Henry announces new measures, makes masks mandatory

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix announced a province-wide, two-week crackdown on COVID-19 on Thursday.
B.C. sees decrease in COVID-19 cases with 538, Northern Health adds 11 as new orders issued

B.C. sees decrease in COVID-19 cases with 538, Northern Health adds 11 as new orders issued

One new death in B.C. from last 24 hours
COVID outbreak declared at Kitimat worksite

COVID outbreak declared at Kitimat worksite

Northern Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the LNG Canada project site in Kitimat. In a posting, it said 14 employees of the prime contractor, JGC Fluor, have tested postive for the virus.
Local woman scores $75,000 lottery win

Local woman scores $75,000 lottery win

Leah Fell told a lottery retailer to “shut the front door” after finding out she won $75,000 from the BC/49 draw.
‘Shut the Front Door’: Prince George woman is $75K richer thanks to September lottery ticket

‘Shut the Front Door’: Prince George woman is $75K richer thanks to September lottery ticket

Leah Fell purchased her winning ticket at Austin Road West 7-Eleven
Volunteers needed as crisis line deals with jump in calls

Volunteers needed as crisis line deals with jump in calls

The Northern B.C. Crisis Centre could use some help when it comes to helping others.
COVID-19 outbreak declared after 14 cases found at LNG project in northern B.C.

COVID-19 outbreak declared after 14 cases found at LNG project in northern B.C.

Transmission among staff, all are self-isolating
COVID-19 erasing potential pay raises for workers: report

COVID-19 erasing potential pay raises for workers: report

If you were relying on a pay raise before the end of 2020, chances are that’s not happening. According to Gallagher's 2020/2021 Salary Planning Survey – Canada Edition , 62 per cent of employers implemented pay raises before the pandemic.