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Clips for cancer

His & Her The Hair Gallery, Plush Styles Unlimited, Trendsetters Hair Studio and Day Spa, and Charlie's Girl are joining together in a fight against cancer. Clips For Cancer Saturday is dedicated to raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Minister defends closure of French service

The closure of College Educacentre, the French language employment office housed at the Prince George French Canadian Centre (Le Cercle des Canadiens Francais), was decried by supporters as a major blow to francophone services in the city.

New pact omitted First Nations

Representatives of B.C. First Nations reiterated their frustration and surprise Tuesday over a historic agreement reached between environmental groups and forest companies earlier this year to help protect the country's vast boreal forest.

Examining the processes that govern our city

One of the ways a lot of city issues are identified, discussed and policies designed for is through the municipal committee process.
Heavy rain caused weigh scale delay, cost overrun, officials say

Heavy rain caused weigh scale delay, cost overrun, officials say

Exceptionally heavy rain and high snow pack are to blame for a $9.3-million cost overrun and year-long delay in the completion of the Red Rock weigh scale, according to transportation ministry officials.

Theft from vehicles soars

Prince George RCMP are alarmed by the soaring numbers of theft from vehicles during past two months. Police have received more than 150 reports of theft from vehicles in the Prince George area during September and October.

Railway Museum celebration

Officials at the Railway and Forestry Museum in Prince George invite residents to join in the celebratation of the Accessibility Project on Monday at 10 a.m.

Police staged shakedown to win over Ratte

Undercover police staged a shakedown of a "rogue girlfriend" in a Winnipeg motel room in the process of gaining the confidence of Denis Florian Ratte, the jury into the Prince George man's murder trial was told Tuesday.
Guilty please bring sudden end to B.C. Rail trial

Guilty please bring sudden end to B.C. Rail trial

The sudden end to a political corruption trial of three former B.C. government employees involving the $1-billion sale of B.C. Rail to CN comes as no surprise to one of the key Prince George organizers that fought the sale in 2003.

CNC international student wins national leadership award

The efforts of a College of New Caldonia student who has helped convince others from his home country of Saudi Arabia to enroll at the school are about to be acknowledged.