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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Skakun told Munoz he leaked Heller report to CBC, court hears

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Skakun told Munoz he leaked Heller report to CBC, court hears

A "very distressed" Councillor Brian Skakun confessed to fellow Councillor Debora Munoz that he leaked the Kitty Heller Report to the CBC, Crown counsel Judith Doulis told a Prince George courtroom Tuesday.

Shuffle has little Bell, Bond change

Local MLAs were part of the latest provincial cabinet shuffle, announced moments ago by premier Gordon Campbell. Pat Bell, MLA for Prince George-Mackenzie, got a slight promotion in the arrangement.

Tactically-speaking on gangs

Calgary officer offers advice in advance of Gang Summit, Nov. 1, 2

Marijuana valued at half million dollars

North District RCMP recently did a seizure of marijuana with a street value estimated at $500,000. The large grow operation was located on Horrock Road in a rural area south of Prince George.

Bucket truck stolen

Prince George RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating a bucket truck which was stolen sometime over the weekend of October 23 to 24th.

Natasha is still missing

RCMP in Prince George and Quesnel are continuing to look for a 23-year-old woman who's been missing for about two months.

Skakun trial begins tomorrow

The trial centred on Prince George city councillor Brian Skakun is set to begin Tuesday. The allegation is that Skakun broke a provincial legal statute by disclosing to the public confidential information he was privy to as a councillor.

Boy suffers head and leg injuries

A nine-year-old Prince George boy suffered a broken leg and head injuries Oct. 23 when he was struck by a vehicle while crossing Fifth Avenue with his parents.

Educacentre decision detrimental to the community

The landlords for College Educacentre have joined the French-language employment service in opposing early contract termination by the provincial government.

Prince George businessman invests in downtown

At the corner of Victoria and Second Avenue, a four townhouse units are nearing completion, marking the first significant investment in revitalizing downtown Prince George.