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UNBC’s Green Day to focus on sustainability

UNBC will host its third annual Green Day on Thursday to emphasize its role as Canada's Green University, and highlight what faculty, staff, and students are doing to live the "green life.

Roads to close for torch relay

A number of road closures will take effect when the Olympic torch relay passes through Quesnel on Jan. 29. The community will host the torch at a mid-day celebration at Spirit Square at the corner of Reid Street and St.

NDP MLAs seek input from area residents

The NDP's four north and central B.C. MLAs will be in Prince George next week seeking input from local organizations and people on social and economic issues facing Prince George.

Crime Stoppers making city safer

Prince George statistics show that Crime Stoppers works well to make the community a safer place to live.

Aboriginal school report sets goals

The framework was unveiled on Tuesday night for B.C.'s first choice school with an aboriginal theme.

New recycling guide ready in Quesnel

A new recycling guide will be available on the City of Quesnel website,
Retailers expecting rush as reno tax credit expires

Retailers expecting rush as reno tax credit expires

The deadline is looming for taking advantage of the Home Renovation Tax Credit, but building supply stores haven't notice a rush of last-minute purchases - at least not yet. Home Depot is expecting a spike in the last two weeks before Feb.

Decision delayed on extending tax deferral

The decision on whether or not to extend a program that allows struggling homeowners to defer their property tax payments is itself being deferred.
RCMP pay tribute to fallen reporter

RCMP pay tribute to fallen reporter

The presence of the RCMP, Canada's oldest military regiment, at the funeral of Michelle Lang was tied to Prince George just as she was.

Quesnel footbridge closed for renovation

Work on the Fraser River Footbridge in Quesnel began on Monday and the crossing bridge will close to pedestrian traffic until early April, according to the community's city hall.