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Health fair for high school students at UNBC

A full day of hands-on activity is in store for the nearly 200 high school students from across northern BC who are travelling to the University of Northern British Columbia for the first-ever Discover Health Forum.

Spring Fashion

Butterfly Threads and Vanilla are holding a spring fashion show to raise funds for Prince George Hospice Society. The dinner and fashion show on March 3 will begin at 6:45 p.m. at the Coast In of the North.

IPG goes to the Olympics

Initiative Prince George is spending a grand total of $6,000 to market the city at the Olympics.

Who'll have the last word?

This year's Citizen and CanWest spelling bee will feature 44 competitors from Prince Rupert to McBride and from Fort St. John to Quesnel.

Savings of $9 million proposed for schools

A group of parents and teachers have come up with a list of proposals to trim the school district's budget by $9 million over three years in answer to a challenge trustee Roxanne Ricard issued last month at the start of a 60-day consultation period i

Northern health praise

Northern Health

Diabetes rampant on St. Kitts

Nowhere in the world can diabetes be more prevalent than in a community visited by a Prince George woman doing her practicum to complete a podiatry degree in foot care. Karen LeFrancois, working in Frigate Bay on St.

City boss in P.G.

Mitigating local impacts of the upcoming federal budget is what a major Canadian municipal leader will be discussing in Prince George today. Brock Carlton, the chief executive officer of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, is on a B.C.

Economic development officer hired in Quesnel

The Quesnel Community and Economic Development Corporation has hired April Cheng to be its economic development officer.

Mackenzie pulp sale still in works

The sale of the Mackenzie pulp mill to an Indonesian-based company continues to be "on the right track," says one of the principals involved in completing the transaction.