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$90,000 for Heart for Haiti

Northern B.C. residents are truly wearing their hearts on their sleeves for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Husky travel centre cleanest in Canada

The Husky Travel Centre in the BCR industrial site has been judged the cleanest of the 60 or so across Canada for 2009, owner Stew Malgunas confirmed Friday. "It's a huge credit to our staff," he said. "They do a tremendous job cleaning...

Nukko Lake contributes to ShelterBox campaign

Nukko Lake elementary school students have raised $500 towards the Nechako Rotary Club's Have a Heart for Haiti ShelterBox campaign.

Molybdenum miner in pretty financial position

Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc., which operates the Endako mine west of Prince George,said Friday it has increased its financial flexibility by voluntarily terminating an existing $35 million credit facility.
Nurse was hero in downtown stabbing

Nurse was hero in downtown stabbing

A local nurse could be up for a major award for heroism for saving the life of a man who was stabbed during a bizarre altercation with a cab driver in downtown Prince George nearly three years ago.

Best of building nominations sought

A call for nominations for awards to be presented during a "double grand gala celebration" of residential and commercial construction in northern B.C.
Demolition completed

Demolition completed

The owner of a bad building in the Westgate area has beat the city to the punch.

HST talk

A symposium on the harmonized sales tax will be held this afternoon at UNBC in the Bentley Centre, rooms 7-170/172, 2 p.m. start.

A song of love

What could be more unique than sending a singing Valentine to someone special? Prince George residents have the opportunity to arrange for that thanks to the BeezNeez Quartet, a barbershop component of the White Spruce City Chorus chapter of the Swee

New pilot program to address HIV

A new program by the B.C. health ministry designed to seek out and treat those who are undiagnosed or untreated for HIV will begin shortly in both Prince George and Vancouver's downtown east side.