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Simpson showered with support

The Cariboo North Riding Association has passed a motion supporting Bob Simpson, who was thrown out of caucus by NDP leader Carole James last week, to remain as their MLA.
Tribute to Chilean miners

Tribute to Chilean miners

The Prince George Citizen wishes to express our respect and best wishes to the Chilean miners by inviting online visitors to enjoy Rita MacNeil's tribute to miners called Working Man.

Investing in RCMP

Millions of dollars for a new RCMP building have already been spent, some of which taxpayers can deduct from the amount still needed to replace the dilapidated Prince George detachment.
Rustad's reprieve

Rustad's reprieve

Nechako MLA dropped from recall hit list

Dr. Jago reappointed

Dr. Charles Jago has been reappointed for a second three-year term as board chairperson of Northern Health. "I am delighted to continue my service as board chair," said Jago.

Cash for Quesnel airport

Runway maintenance equipment at the Quesnel Airport will be upgraded now that the federal government has granted the necessary funds.

House sales slowed in third quarter

The city's market for single-family homes slowed considerably during the third quarter of the year, a look at the numbers from B.C. Northern Real Estate Board are showing.
China sending trade delegation to PG

China sending trade delegation to PG

We sent a delegation to China, and now they are sending a delegation to Prince George. "The City of Prince George will be hosting an inbound delegation from Jiangmen, China on (Sunday and Monday)," announced mayor Dan Rogers on Thursday.

Victoria Street Market

More than 1,000 visitors are expected to attend the popular Victoria Street Market bazaar and tea Oct. 23 at St. Michael's and All Angels' Anglican Church.

Impaired charge stayed due to delays in bringing case to trial

A provincial court judge has stayed charges against a Prince George man accused of colliding with a police car while driving drunk because it has taken too long for his case to come to trial.