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'47 Mercury pickup labour of love for Prince George old-car owner

'47 Mercury pickup labour of love for Prince George old-car owner

Street-rodded truck product of three-year project to bring its beauty back to life; Show and Shine set for Sunday
Flood watches issued north, south of Prince George

Flood watches issued north, south of Prince George

Flood watches have been issued in the Peace region and along the Quesnel River, and a high streamflow advisory is in effect along the Fraser River.
Revival of local events providing tourism industry a post-pandemic boost

Revival of local events providing tourism industry a post-pandemic boost

Tourism Prince George planning for busy summer season
Prince George elder shares his wisdom on what got broken and how to fix it

Prince George elder shares his wisdom on what got broken and how to fix it

When someone tells you jail was safer than school because he wasn’t raped in jail, you know a First Nations Elder is sharing their story.
Prince George man sentenced to three years for cocaine trafficking

Prince George man sentenced to three years for cocaine trafficking

Fabian Fraser Cuthbert issued term for role in scheme centred on Chilliwack apartment
Miworth residents to vote on tax hike for community hall, skating rink

Miworth residents to vote on tax hike for community hall, skating rink

A referendum is planned to coincide with the 2022 general municipal election on Oct. 15.
Prince George RCMP seeking witnesses for 20th Avenue stabbing

Prince George RCMP seeking witnesses for 20th Avenue stabbing

Police do not believe this incident is connected to the fatal Queensway stabbing
Prince George RCMP identify fatal Queensway stabbing victim as Devon Lindstrom

Prince George RCMP identify fatal Queensway stabbing victim as Devon Lindstrom

The stabbing occurred on June 11 shortly after 5 a.m.
Fraser Lake-area man charged with sexual offences

Fraser Lake-area man charged with sexual offences

Police asking alleged victims of Paul Habsburg to step forward
B.C. regional district calls on Premier Horgan to apologize for Sixties Scoop

B.C. regional district calls on Premier Horgan to apologize for Sixties Scoop

Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan have already issued apologies for removing thousands of Indigenous children from their homes and placing them in foster care.