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Diseases control centre issues advice on rabies

Beware the bat when you're outside this spring and summer. That's the advice the B.C. Centre for Disease Control is issuing as the warm weather means more people will be venturing outside and risk being bitten by the animal.

Mangan, Koyczan coming

Tickets to see two of Canada's cutting edge indie performers are going fast. Musician Dan Mangan and poet Shane Koyczan are friends, collaborators and tour mates. They return to Prince George (first time as a duo) on May 15 and 16 at Art Space.

CNC graduation ceremony Saturday

As many as 216 students are expected to accept their parchment at the College of New Caledonia's 2010 convocation ceremony this Saturday. The event will take place at CN Centre, 2 p.m. start. For more, see The Citizen.

Canfor Pulp to start odour reduction project

Canfor Pulp is pushing ahead with a $10.7-million odour-reduction project at its P.G. Pulp and Paper mill immediately, before it has secured approval for the project through a federal green subsidy program.

Diseases control centre issues advice on rabies

Beware the bat when you're outside this spring and summer. That's the advice the B.C. Centre for Disease Control is issuing as the warm weather means more people will be venturing outside and risk being bitten by the animal.

Arts and Entertainment events list

The Two Rivers Gallery is hosting and exhibition opening of Beyond the Mountain by Sarah Alford, Jennifer Bowes and Dagmara Genda and Recent Landscape Drawings by Ann Kipling. The opening celebration and after party event is Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Anti-HST campaign gaining momentum

The Prince George-Mackenzie and Prince George-Valemount ridings have reached the 10 per cent threshold of registered voter signatures for the HST petition as of Sunday, May 9.
By the numbers

By the numbers

A closer look at the city's tax situation

Break-in suspects

Prince George RCMP have some good leads in respect to the recent break-ins occurring in the city. Reports received by police describe a female and male going door-to-door asking questions and portraying themselves as surveyors, said RCMP Cst.

Cougar sighting in Prince George

It was just after midnight May 11 when a cougar attacked and killed a pet cat in Prince George. The cougar was sighted near Bellamy and Noranda roads by the pet owners.