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U.S. firm buys stake in Kitimat gas project

U.S. oil and gas company Apache Corp. announced Wednesday it has signed an agreement to buy a 51-per cent stake in Kitimat LNG's proposed $3-billion liquified natural gas terminal in northern B.C.

Bioenergy initiatives unveiled

B.C. Forests Minister Pat Bell rolled out two new policy initiatives Wednesday to help the bioenergy industry get more secure access to waste fibre needed to fuel growth of their fledgling sector.
Former hair salon owner fined for tax evasion

Former hair salon owner fined for tax evasion

The former owner of a Prince George hair salon has been fined for tax evasion.
Beauties make beautiful music

Beauties make beautiful music

Two high school chums in Toronto discovered they had a lot in common during their music class, and now, ten years later, they are still finding out about each other.

Hair salon owner fined for tax evasion

The owner of a Prince George hair salon has been fined for tax evasion.

Decision delayed on aboriginal school proposal

It will be two weeks before the board of education decides if they are going ahead with an aboriginal choice school this coming year.

Warmth falls short of record

It was definitely warmer than usual but not quite record-setting when the high for Tuesday struck 8.3 C. The record for Jan. 12 remains standing at 9.0 set in 1996.

UNBC hosting business student competition

This weekend brings 530 top university business students from across Canada to Prince George.
New book waves wand at witchcraft

New book waves wand at witchcraft

A new fiction story, Absolution, written by a Prince George author is a look into the world of witches warlocks and wicca.
Local trekker tells all

Local trekker tells all

A Prince George forester who's been summer-hiking the Trans-Canada Trail since May, 2008 is back home for a bit and eager to share his experiences with local residents.