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Bevies & Bites event offers Prince George foodies a deal

Bevies & Bites event offers Prince George foodies a deal

Tourism Prince George has organized an event called Bevies and Bites where 18 local restaurants provide guests a best-value menu offered until Feb. 6.
What's happening in Prince George

What's happening in Prince George

There's a lot going on in Prince George. Here's a long list of things to do live and in person.
Prince George Pulp mill closure precipitated by chip shortages, dwindling pulp log supplies

Prince George Pulp mill closure precipitated by chip shortages, dwindling pulp log supplies

Forest consultant Rob Schuetz not surprised Canfor mill shutting down. Quesnel might be next on pulp closure list.
Crown seeks new court order against Prince George pet killer

Crown seeks new court order against Prince George pet killer

Kayla Bourque is out on a release order with conditions.
Prince George Fire Rescue Service saw 22% increase in calls in 2022

Prince George Fire Rescue Service saw 22% increase in calls in 2022

Call volumes for the fire department were nearly 60% higher than pre-COVID levels.
Finish line coming into focus for LNG Canada, Coastal Gas Link

Finish line coming into focus for LNG Canada, Coastal Gas Link

Megaproject contracts in place will provide more than $5 billion for B.C. businesses
CN president Robinson says railway expansion a runaway train

CN president Robinson says railway expansion a runaway train

Port of Prince Rupert thriving, continues to open Canadian freight inroads to Asian markets
Blowing snow on Highway 16 West, DriveBC warns

Blowing snow on Highway 16 West, DriveBC warns

Limited visibility from Bednesti-Norman to Fort Fraser
Cargo traffic through Port of Prince Rupert down in 2022

Cargo traffic through Port of Prince Rupert down in 2022

The northern B.C. port saw a two per cent drop in cargo tonnage in 2022, compared with 2021.
Fact check: Are Prince George’s taxes higher than average?

Fact check: Are Prince George’s taxes higher than average?

Prince George taxpayers pay the second-highest municipal property taxes per capita among B.C.’s 20 largest municipalities.
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