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Nominate a special caregiver

The call is out for nominations for The BC Cancer Agency's 2010 Community Care Award. Residents are asked to nominate an exceptional cancer caregiver who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in providing support to cancer patients.
Take back the night

Take back the night

Prince George women will take to the streets Sept. 24 to protest violence against women. Take Back the Night is an annual event where women reclaiming their right to be able to walk alone at night, without the need of a male companion.
Finances, travel and home improvement geared for Boomers

Finances, travel and home improvement geared for Boomers

Being old and being poor is a lousy combination, said the president of Commonwealth Mortgage Corporation and Commonwealth Benefits Corporation.

Toys for Christmas

An annual parade of motorcycles throughout the west sector of Prince George takes place Sept. 26, beginning at noon at CN Centre.

Knife threat

When Prince George RCMP attended a reported incident Sept. 16 of a man threatening another male with a knife at Fifth Avenue and Watrous Street, both men had left the area. But a witness told police the man with the knife had just left on a city bus.

CWG delivered big bucks to Whitehorse

The Canada Winter Games packed a huge economic wallop when they were held in Whitehorse, Yukon in 2007, according to estimates from the Canadian Sport Tourism Association. The event contributed $75.

Canada Winter Games a rare opportunity

Even getting a chance to bid on the hosting a Canada Games - summer or winter - doesn't come around very often.
Band's gang-ties questioned

Band's gang-ties questioned

Swollen Members is one of Canada's leading hip-hop music acts, and they also have a history of involvement with organized crime. Police and The Citizen are now wondering if a Prince George line has now been written in that saga.

Prince George wins 2015 Canada Winter Games bid

Prince George was named host of the 2015 Canada Winter Games by the Canada Games Council at a news conference held this morning at the Vancouver Convention Centre and through a news feed set up at the Atrium at the CN Centre in Prince George.

Prince George wins bid to host Canada Winter Games

Yes, Prince George, we really are winter.