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Golf course input deadline approaches

Anyone wanting to chip in on what the future of the old Prince George Golf and Curling Club lands should look like needs to address the ball now. Monday night was the last exercise to get public feedback on the proposed redevelopment plan.

Something for everyone at ArtsWells Festival

As the B.C. Day long weekend fast approaches, the 7th annual ArtsWells Festival of All Things Art is getting ready to ride surging heat waves towards the historic communities of Barkerville and Wells. For more, see the Citizen.
Questionable Meat Loaf

Questionable Meat Loaf

The Citizen has exclusively learned that the Meat Loaf concert at the CN Centre on Wednesday, Aug. 4 will be postponed due to the rocker's illness. Stay tuned to the Citizen for more details.
Cancer clinic breaks ground

Cancer clinic breaks ground

The ground shook as an excavator's teeth bit into the asphalt, peeling the pavement back to show the dirt underneath. That dirt in a back lot of University Hospital of Northern B.C.
Premier hears priority list from P.G. business leaders

Premier hears priority list from P.G. business leaders

Prince George community and business leaders delivered a priority list of action items, including on a promised Wood Innovation and Design Centre downtown, to B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell at a closed-door session Thursday.

Nominations open for Women in Natural Resources

Nominations are now open for Women in Natural Resources, presented by the Minerva Foundation for BC Women.

The rise and fall of Serena Black

As plane climbed higher and I saw my altimeter read 3,000 feet, it hit me. I was expected to crawl out onto the wing of the plane and simply 'let go.

Enbridge scrambles to mop-up

Enbridge, the company that has proposed a $5.5-billion pipeline project in northern B.C., said Wednesday it was doubling the number of its workers at a major oil pipeline spill in Michigan.
ANALYSIS: Prediction of beetle epidemic job losses not new

ANALYSIS: Prediction of beetle epidemic job losses not new

Another report has surfaced, predicting a drop in the mid-term timber supply from the mountain pine beetle epidemic will bring with it a reduction in forestry jobs in B.C.'s Interior.

Jobs centre generating employment for youth

The Prince George Service Canada Centre for Youth has filled 207 summer job vacancies so far this summer, according to Kyle Flanagan, the centre's youth service officer.