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Tutus make difference in Canadian biathon championship relay

Tutus make difference in Canadian biathon championship relay

Prince George sharpshooter Aliah Turner wins single mixed relay bronze, her second medal at national event
Regional district directors approve $57.8 million budget

Regional district directors approve $57.8 million budget

$20.6 million will be funded through property taxation, up $535,414 or 2.67 per cent over 2021.
UNBC students hosting three-day summit on climate change solutions

UNBC students hosting three-day summit on climate change solutions

The three-day program is part of an international initiative to host climate change discussions
Three more COVID deaths in Northern Health

Three more COVID deaths in Northern Health

Region's toll now stands at 321
New data shows Fraser-Fort George had highest per capita homelessness in B.C.

New data shows Fraser-Fort George had highest per capita homelessness in B.C.

Report found 23,000 people in B.C. experienced homelessness at some point in 2019
RCMP dog handler used "unreasonable force" in arrest, complaints commission finds

RCMP dog handler used "unreasonable force" in arrest, complaints commission finds

Suspect in truck theft suffered skull fractures and broken jaw; arresting officer Cst. Joshua Grafton currently on trial on another matter
Armstrong named Citizen publisher

Armstrong named Citizen publisher

He joined The Citizen in November as director of advertising and will retain that role in addition to his new responsibilities.
Caledonia biathlete Sinclair snags silver medal on slushy Otway course

Caledonia biathlete Sinclair snags silver medal on slushy Otway course

Canadian biathlon championships wrap up Thursday with single-mixed relays.
Suspect in dumpster fire arrested

Suspect in dumpster fire arrested

Edward Joseph Brookfield charged with mischief and remains in custody
Report finds Prince George needs over 10,000 more housing units

Report finds Prince George needs over 10,000 more housing units

‘Available housing in Prince George is not currently meeting all of the residents’ diverse needs’