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More Black History events

More events planned for Black History Month include: ** Family Portraits, Display and interactive exhibits at CNC library until Feb. 27. **Movie Night on Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m., Room 1-306 at CNC.

Latino offerings

Latino-Canadian Association's merengue dance classes begin Friday at Spruceland elementary school at 7 p.m. Cost for the four sessions is $55 for non-members and $50 for members. Call 250-649-8119 or e-mail: to register.

Diabetes care

A new website that caters to the entire diabetes community is available at

Olympic podium made out of blue pine

While most of us will be looking at the medals, Lakeland Mills Ltd.
myPG draws 1,900 responses

myPG draws 1,900 responses

Slightly more than 1,900 people have contributed to the myPG process so far -- a total that left city council members in an upbeat mood on Monday night.

Bell rings praises of carbon offsets

B.C. Forests Minister Pat Bell has sent a message to the silviculture community: You want to see a boost in investment, become involved in setting policy on carbon offsetting.

MyPG opportunity

In keeping with the spirit of myPG project, a number of strategy workshops are planned by city hall. The first activity, beginning today through Feb.

Biosolids tested

When Fred Doerksen heard about a plan to spread biosolids from the city's sewage treatment plant on a tree farm in Red Rock, he thought he'd better let residents there know what was found when he sent samples of the material from a site next to his h

Clean air bylaw draws fire

A proposed change to the city's clean air bylaw related to recreational fires ignited a comment of concern from Coun. Dave Wilbur on Monday night.

Possible kidnapping at Campbell Avenue

A young witness has reported an abduction to police. RCMP are actively investigating the claims of a Prince George child who told them of a violent kidnapping that happened in front of an elementary school on Tuesday, just after noon.