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Prince George tourism industry welcomes ease of Canada-U.S. border restrictions

Prince George tourism industry welcomes ease of Canada-U.S. border restrictions

‘It’s a little bit of a sigh of relief’
Effort to tackle drug addiction earns offender break on sentencing

Effort to tackle drug addiction earns offender break on sentencing

Jamie Hal Hammerstrom avoids jail time from high profile arrest
Homestead Days hosted at Huble Aug. 1 and 2

Homestead Days hosted at Huble Aug. 1 and 2

Celebrate Homestead Days at Huble Homestead Historic Site Sunday, Aug. 1 and Monday, Aug. 2 and see how they lived in the old days. There will be heritage demonstrations, live music, old-fashioned relays, crafts, games, guided tours and more.
Prince George crews begin upgrades at Shane Lake, Forests for the World

Prince George crews begin upgrades at Shane Lake, Forests for the World

Upgrades include more accessible trail features and outhouses
Little change on the region's wildfire front

Little change on the region's wildfire front

Enthusiasts urged to stay cautious while in the outdoors
Prince George Chamber encourages local dining this summer with social media contest

Prince George Chamber encourages local dining this summer with social media contest

Diners supporting local can tag their photos for a chance to win a gift card
Suspected drug trafficker at large

Suspected drug trafficker at large

Arrest warrant issued for James Douglas Thomson
Suspects nabbed in Vanderhoof armed robbery

Suspects nabbed in Vanderhoof armed robbery

Images from surveillance camera aided in arrest
Canfor announces production curtailment because of wildfires

Canfor announces production curtailment because of wildfires

The company is curtailing 115 million board feet in the third quarter of 2021
Assembly of First Nations Chief RoseAnne Archibald meets with Lheildi T’enneh on northern B.C. tour

Assembly of First Nations Chief RoseAnne Archibald meets with Lheildi T’enneh on northern B.C. tour

Newly elected AFN Chief Archibald is calling for a national strategy on residential schools