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Let Mom sleep

PG Automotive Services is offering breakfast to families that wish to let Mom sleep in on Mother's Day. The pancake breakfast features a play area and a craft table where Mother's Day gifts can be created.

Experts to speak on diabetes

The Canadian Diabetes Association will host a free educational event on Saturday, May 15 at the Westwood Mennonite Brethren Church, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. It will feature UNBC researcher Dr. Sarah Gray, podologist Dr.

Alleged killer charged

A Prince George man has been charged with first degree murder following the fatal shooting of Nathan Alcide Marshall earlier this year. Anthony Robert Willier, 20, of Prince George is in custody and will make his first court appearance early Friday.
Latest Tomslake bomb letter suggests more intense violence: UBC analysis

Latest Tomslake bomb letter suggests more intense violence: UBC analysis

The latest letter purported to be from the Tomslake pipeline bomber suggests the Dawson Creek area should brace for a more severe and aggressive act of domestic terrorism, says a computer analysis conducted by UBC.

Residents rate health care in the North

What's working well and what needs improving in primary health care services across northern B.C. is revealed in a final report by Northern Health following its latest round of community consultations.

Chat line for youth in crisis

Prince George Crisis and Information Centre has launched an online chat site on the internet for youth at www.northernyouthonline.ca. It is available for youth five nights per week from Wednesday to Sunday from 4 to 10:30 p.m.

Fire starts continue despite cooler weather

The Prince George Fire Centre is encouraging the public to continue to exercise caution with all burning despite cooler weather, said Forests and Range Minister Pat Bell.
Construction begins on new CNC building

Construction begins on new CNC building

Construction began yesterday on the technical education centre at the College of New Caledonia after a contract to build the facility was awarded this week to Prince George-based IDL Projects Inc. In all, $19.

Members added to DPAC

Some new names were added to the Prince George district parent advisory board of directors during an annual general meeting on Tuesday night.

KPMG report says P.G. most cost-competitive city - see power point presentation

In a recent report by international financial management company KPMG, Prince George was deemed the most cost-competitive city in the Pacific region of North American.