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All aboard to end monopolies

All aboard to end monopolies

Industry association calls for regulatory changes to improve rail service

Class sizes sitting pretty, superintendent says

The number of classes with more than 30 students has taken a major drop compared to the same point last year, according to a report from school district superintendent Brian Pepper.
We're number one, but that's NOT a good thing

We're number one, but that's NOT a good thing

Crime stats are nothing to shout about
Victoria Street Market

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.

NDP pushing recall: leaked documents

Leaked B.C. NDP documents show the party is advocating that individual members get involved in recall campaigns led by former B.C. premier Bill Vander Zalm over the HST.

Trustees grant courtesy busing despite staff, legal advice

School board trustees granted "courtesy" busing privileges this week for an out-of-catchment elementary school student even though the school district's staff and legal counsel advised against the move.

RCMP building: a question of funding

The process is still on hold to get quick approval for construction funding to build a new RCMP detachment, or to send the question to a full referendum.

Spooktacular event

Families are invited to attend the Huble Homestead's Halloween Spooktacular on Oct. 23. The event from 5 to 9 p.m. "has something for the whole family", said Krystal Leason, operations manager.

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.