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Vaccine passport required in BC as of Monday

Vaccine passport required in BC as of Monday

Proof of COVID-19 vaccine will be required to attend restaurants, pubs, concerts, and indoor sporting events
Lheidli T'enneh plans to reveal new development in Enbridge lawsuit

Lheidli T'enneh plans to reveal new development in Enbridge lawsuit

Tuesday's news conference to be webcast live on First Nation's social media site
COVID outbreak has killed two Jubilee Lodge residents

COVID outbreak has killed two Jubilee Lodge residents

A total of 19 residents and one staff member have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Friday, Northern Health says
Lawyer says four-year sentence in shooting death is 'grossly disporportionate'

Lawyer says four-year sentence in shooting death is 'grossly disporportionate'

Vanderhoof man facing jail time for the unintentional shooting of his 18-year-old fiancé in 2012
After consecutive near-misses, UNBC men take aim at Canada West playoffs

After consecutive near-misses, UNBC men take aim at Canada West playoffs

T-wolves face uphill climb maintaining pace in stacked Pacific Division
UNBC unveils Nenachalhuya – The Cedar Plank Project

UNBC unveils Nenachalhuya – The Cedar Plank Project

A First Nations art project was unveiled at the University of Northern BC on Friday. It features 32 cedar planks carved by Cree/Dakelh artist Clayton Gauthier and graces the wall in The Gathering Place.
Youthful T-wolves start women's soccer season today in Victoria

Youthful T-wolves start women's soccer season today in Victoria

Lacking in U SPORTS savvy, UNBC resumes Canada West schedule after season lost to pandemic
Health researcher studying the aging brain at UNBC

Health researcher studying the aging brain at UNBC

Named a 2021 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) scholar, Dr. Kendra Furber researches the aging brain. Specifically Furber’s research focuses on studying myelination in the central nervous system.
Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign supports local children in need

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign supports local children in need

Tim Hortons annual Smile Cookie campaign will once again partner with the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation in Prince George from Sept. 13 to 19. Funds raised this year will support the purchase of an additional pediatric MRI patient table.
COVID-related death reported in Northern B.C.

COVID-related death reported in Northern B.C.

The number of active coronavirus cases in the Northern Health region continued to rise on Thursday