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Prince George RCMP seize drugs, guns, stolen property

Prince George RCMP seize drugs, guns, stolen property

Prince George RCMP are looking to return a large number of stolen items to their owners.
Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

The deal responds to a court ruling that the province violated the nation’s Treaty 8 rights.
B.C.'s forestry's future dependent on attracting new workers

B.C.'s forestry's future dependent on attracting new workers

BC Natural Resources Forum forestry panel discusses ways to attract skilled tradespeople
Hundreds of College Heights homes to be without water on Monday

Hundreds of College Heights homes to be without water on Monday

Roughly 300 properties will be without water for much of Monday, after a second water main break in the Southridge area in 10 days.
Prince George expected to need more fire fighters

Prince George expected to need more fire fighters

A report on service levels for the Prince George Fire Rescue Service is going before city council on March 1.
WorkSafeBC fines Conifex for 'repeated high-risk violation' in Mackenzie

WorkSafeBC fines Conifex for 'repeated high-risk violation' in Mackenzie

$83,622.72 levied over safety of machinery gates and panels
Tax dispute over sale of 'coloured gas' remains before the court

Tax dispute over sale of 'coloured gas' remains before the court

Kidd Ventures Ltd. on the hook for $221,495.85 in uncollected revenue, interest and penalty, the provincial government alleges
Prince George Citizen did not breach journalistic standards, National NewsMedia Council finds

Prince George Citizen did not breach journalistic standards, National NewsMedia Council finds

Diana Duchscherer filed a complaint about the story of the Top 10 most valuable properties in Prince George posted online Jan. 6.
Eby intends to bring one-stop approach to resource project permitting process

Eby intends to bring one-stop approach to resource project permitting process

First Nations partnerships and co-management the way of the future, says premier
Rally held to protest closure of Prince George pulp mill

Rally held to protest closure of Prince George pulp mill

Roughly 100 people gathered in Canada Games Plaza, outside an event where Premier David Eby was speaking.
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