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Court docket: April 22-29, 2021

Court docket: April 22-29, 2021

From Prince George provincial court:
UBC researchers figured out a new way to predict if a newborn is at risk of developing allergies

UBC researchers figured out a new way to predict if a newborn is at risk of developing allergies

Hint: It has more to do with what comes out of the infant than what goes in...
Cooper featured virtual guest at T-wolves Legacy Breakfast

Cooper featured virtual guest at T-wolves Legacy Breakfast

Seventh annual UNBC fundraiser Wednesday morning will pay for student-athlete bursaries and scholarships
Prince George's Jared Young to begin second Smokies' season two steps below the majors

Prince George's Jared Young to begin second Smokies' season two steps below the majors

He cracks Tennessee's 2021 roster as an outfielder
Spruce Kings Show Home Lottery winners have family ties to team

Spruce Kings Show Home Lottery winners have family ties to team

Daryl Berger dropped the phone when his wife Pam handed it to him after telling him she had won the Spruce Kings Show Home Lottery.
Editor's column: Richmond pet store rant brings up subject of rights

Editor's column: Richmond pet store rant brings up subject of rights

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds looks at the question of freedoms and rights, in the wake of a video published of a maskless woman ranting at a pet store employee
VIDEO: Woman berates Metro Vancouver RCMP officer after he gives her a ticket

VIDEO: Woman berates Metro Vancouver RCMP officer after he gives her a ticket

"You can tell the judge you were on Facebook Live while you were driving."
Northern Health region sees COVID cases continue to decline

Northern Health region sees COVID cases continue to decline

The number of active COVID-19 cases and people hospitalized with COVID in the Northern Health region continued to drop on Friday. There were 22 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the north of Friday. However, the B.C.
City disputes gravel miners' lawsuit

City disputes gravel miners' lawsuit

The City has taken issue with the claims set out in a lawsuit filed by two local businesses over a gravel mining operation southwest of Foothills Boulevard and North Nechako Road. In a notice of claim filed in February , Rock'n'Roll Aggregates Ltd.
B.C. reports 740 new COVID-19 infections, four deaths

B.C. reports 740 new COVID-19 infections, four deaths

Northern Health adds 22 new cases