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FCM CEO keeping eye on federal and provincial budgets

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities' chief executive officer is hoping municipal needs won't be sacrificed in federal and provincial governments' efforts to rein in their spending.

Local writer up for CBC award, again

Prince George writer Sarah de Leeuw is a finalist for a CBC Literary Award for the second year in a row. Last year she won the $6,000 prize.

Canfor Pulp ready to submit projects to green subsidy program

Canfor Pulp Partnership Ltd. is planning to submit this month its two first projects for federal approval to tap into $122 million in credits the company is eligible under a program meant to offset a U.S. subsidy program.
First fatal shooting in 2010

First fatal shooting in 2010

The first homicide investigation in 2010, involving a 27-year-old man, occurred in Prince George early Wednesday. Police were first called about 5 a.m.

Who'll have the last word?

This year's Citizen and CanWest spelling bee will feature 44 competitors from Prince Rupert to McBride and from Fort St. John to Quesnel.

Fatal shooting in Millar Addition

The first homicide in 2010, involving a 27-year-old man, occurred in Prince George early Wednesday. Police were first called about 5 a.m.

Mortgage rule changes expected to have impact

Even in a relatively calm market like Prince George, the pending changes to the mortgage rules are going to send a ripple, says a local real estate agent.

FCM CEO keeping eye on federal and provincial budgets

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities' chief executive officer is hoping municipal needs won't be sacrificed in federal and provincial governments' efforts to rein in their spending.

Student debt highlighted in "unfair fair"

The students' union at the College of New Caledonia held an "unfair fair" on Wednesday, where students participated in events that highlighted student debt and underfunding of colleges and universities.
Potter Politics

Potter Politics

UNBC prof investigating the way childrenÂ’s literature influences a childÂ’s perception of government