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Aboriginal school makes history

In an historic gesture, School District 57 trustees voted unanimously in favour of implementing B.C.'s very first aboriginal-choice elementary school.

Health centre work underway

Work in earnest has only just begun on transforming the old Chances Good Time Community Gaming Centre into a new medical centre, but it's already drawing inquiries, says Dan McLaren.

Parking limited for Olympics rally

Patrons using Exhibition Park this Friday will find parking altered to accommodate the Olympic torch celebration.
Torch routes unveiled for Friday, Saturday

Torch routes unveiled for Friday, Saturday

The Olympic torch is spending the night in Prince George, and that means there will be two opportunities to catch a glimpse of the flame as it passes through the city.

Hundreds make case to save schools

Tuesday was the night the ball got rolling.

Open house set for Red Rock biosolids proposal

An open house will be held next week on the plan to apply biosolids from the city's sewage system to a tree farm in Red Rock. It will be held on Wed., Feb. 3 at Red Rock-Stoner Fire Hall, 7 p.m. start.

Deadline near for PGSO art request

Do you have some photography or artwork that would be worth becoming part of the Prince George Symphony Orchestra's next concert? There's still time to make a contribution - the deadline for such work, which will be used in a slideshow to accompany t

Still time to contribute art work for PGSO concert

Do you have some photography or artwork that would be worth becoming part of the Prince George Symphony Orchestra's next concert? There's still time to make a contribution -- the deadline for such work, which will be used in a slideshow to accompany

Why dismantle the dual track?

The challenges facing our schools are stunning. With declining enrolment, transfer of provincial burdens, and new school construction, we are short $7 million. Sadly, there will be layoffs and cutbacks throughout the district.

Labour minister meets with stakeholders

Canada's newly-minted Minister of Labour met with business and union leaders Monday as part of federal budget consulatations.