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Federal Auditor to address Chamber of Commerce

One of the biggest names in Canadian governance is coming to Prince George. Federal Auditor General Sheila Fraser will be the guest speaker of the Chamber of Commerce for a Valentine's Day breakfast.

Kettle kitty

Salvation Army Christmas Kettle campaign in Prince George has collected a total of $59,687.04 as of Dec. 2. Last year at the same time, the total was $55,822. The goal is to collect $250,000 by Christmas Eve.

Bold car jacking

Prince George RCMP are looking into a violent car jacking which occurred Wednesday night at Columbus Community Centre on Domano Boulevard. Two masked males in dark clothing boldly approached a newer Honda Civic in the parking lot.

More First Nations oppose Enbridge pipeline project

Opposition to Enbridge's proposed $5.5-billion pipeline is growing as more First Nations declared Thursday they will not allow the project to proceed. The Save the River Gathering of Nations, which includes First Nations from north-central B.C.

Civic car jacked at Columbus Centre

Two masked males approached the white newer model Honda Civic in the parking lot of the Columbus Community Centre on Domano Boulevard Thursday night at about 10:45.

City's unemployment rate falls to 6.4 per cent

The city's unemployment rate stood at 6.4 per cent last month according to labour force survey results issued by Statistics Canada on Friday, down 0.9-per centage points from the month before even though 400 fewer people were holding down jobs.

Victim and suspect knew each other

Autopsy results in death of 15-year-old murder victim will not be released
Air quality study pinpoints road dust, industry as sources

Air quality study pinpoints road dust, industry as sources

w/ side bar: objective of draft plan not new A long-awaited computer modeling study pinpoints leading fine particulate air pollutant sources in Prince George as road dust, industrial emissions, locomotives, restaurants and residential heating.
Numbers are down for northern B.C.'s most dangerous intersection

Numbers are down for northern B.C.'s most dangerous intersection

The intersection at Highway 16 and Domano Boulevard - known as the most dangerous intersection in northern B.C.
Parents approve of moving playgrounds

Parents approve of moving playgrounds

A strong majority of Austin Road and Springwood parents have no problems with moving playgrounds from those closed schools to Heather Park elementary school.