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Prince George students create online anti-racism lesson

Prince George students create online anti-racism lesson

DSAC to lead a live anti-racism lesson broadcast throughout the province and beyond
COVID-19 continues to kill in northern B.C.

COVID-19 continues to kill in northern B.C.

Between March 29 and May 28, 23 people have died of COVID in the Northern Health region.
Police nab five with bait bike

Police nab five with bait bike

Thefts a "crime of opportunity" Prince George RCMP say and urge owners to make sure their bikes are locked and secured before leaving them
Sephora bringing beauty products to forefront at Pine Centre Mall

Sephora bringing beauty products to forefront at Pine Centre Mall

New Prince George store opens on Friday, June 17
‘Heat dome’ killed 14 people in Prince George

‘Heat dome’ killed 14 people in Prince George

A final report on the June 2021 heat wave released by the BC Coroners Service increased the number of deaths in the city from 12 to 14.
Construction to close section of Third Avenue until September

Construction to close section of Third Avenue until September

The eastbound lanes of Third Avenue are closed between Edmonton Street and Vancouver Street.
Library hosting book sale at the Hart branch

Library hosting book sale at the Hart branch

Books are sold by donation with the proceeds going to support special items, programs, and initiatives at the library.
"One little vice" pays off for Prince George couple

"One little vice" pays off for Prince George couple

Gary and Marion Gunther win $1 million on Lotto 6/49 "guaranteed million" portion of Mega Pack
Two long-distance cycling fundraisers coming through Prince George

Two long-distance cycling fundraisers coming through Prince George

An American professor riding across Canada and a team riding from Texas to Alaska will pass through the city this summer.
Prince George-area campgrounds filling up, post-pandemic tourism numbers rebounding

Prince George-area campgrounds filling up, post-pandemic tourism numbers rebounding

Sky-high fuel prices impacting travel plans but haven't crippled holiday roadtrip visits to north central BC