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Body found in park - police update

Body found in park - police update

Prince George RCMP are continuing their investigation into the finding of human remains, discovered by police last Friday near LC Gunn Park on October 8th. Cpl.

Raise-A-Reader wrap

The 2010 Raise-A-Reader campaign on Sept. 29 wrapped up on a high note with just over $40,000 raised to help provide the gift of literacy in the Prince George region.

Busy intersection being watched by ICBC

A neighbourhood is watching to see if crashes continue to pile up at the corner of Melville Avenue and McBride Crescent. ICBC is interested as well.
UNBC wins prestigious sustainability award

UNBC wins prestigious sustainability award

University of Northern British Columbia's reputation as Canada's Green University has received a major boost as it has been named the co-winner of a prestigious award for its efforts to establish the on-campus bioenergy system.

Northern Health to get extra surgery cash

The provincial government will provide Northern Health up to $3.7 million in extra funding to perform additional surgeries and reduce wait lists in specific areas over the coming year.
Human remains found in PG park

Human remains found in PG park

The Prince George RCMP are currently conducting an investigation involving the discovery of found human remains in the LC Gunn Park area in Prince George.

Northern Health to get extra surgery cash

The provincial government will provide Northern Health up to $3.7 million in extra funding to perform additional surgeries and reduce wait lists in specific areas over the coming year.

In Flanders fields . . .

As Remembrance Day approaches, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 43, has a two-part poppy campaign underway. Ed Parent, poppy campaign chair, said the first part for sale of wreaths, sprays and crosses for placing at the cenotaph is on until Oct. 22.

Former B.C. coroner charged

A former BC coroner is facing charges following an investigation into allegations regarding inappropriate examination of remains of two female homicide victims.
Northern B.C. tourism industry weathered recession well: regional marketing CEO

Northern B.C. tourism industry weathered recession well: regional marketing CEO

Two years of economic upheaval did not hurt northern B.C.'s tourism industry as badly as other sectors, said the head of the region's marketing body this week.