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Live fire training at airport this Saturday

Live fire training at airport this Saturday

Smoke may be visible in the area around the Prince George Airport
UNBC student lands fisheries scholarship

UNBC student lands fisheries scholarship

Alexis Seely working towards a registered professional biologist certification.
B.C. to close schools, give public workers day off to mourn Queen on Sept. 19

B.C. to close schools, give public workers day off to mourn Queen on Sept. 19

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it will follow the federal government's lead and honour the national day of mourning to mark the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, Sept. 19.
Brian Skakun seeking seventh term on city council

Brian Skakun seeking seventh term on city council

The long-serving city councillor says he expects this to be his last bid for public office.
Man to be banned from Prince George at end of sentence on firearms convictions

Man to be banned from Prince George at end of sentence on firearms convictions

Myles Hunter Alec was found with sawed-off rifle and 47 rounds of ammunition in downtown Prince George
B.C. government cancels school for Queen's funeral

B.C. government cancels school for Queen's funeral

Premier John Horgan said K-12 public schools and public post-secondary institutions would close Sept. 19 alongside most Crown corporations to mark Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
Court wrong venue for vaccine lawsuit, says City of Quesnel

Court wrong venue for vaccine lawsuit, says City of Quesnel

Labour arbitrator has "exclusive jurisdiction" over disputes arising from collective agreements, says municipality
Prince George Cougars tour Lejac Residential School site

Prince George Cougars tour Lejac Residential School site

Residential school survivor Clifford Quaw spoke to the team about his experiences at Lejac
B.C. man alleges Catholic priest sexual abuse, sues multiple dioceses

B.C. man alleges Catholic priest sexual abuse, sues multiple dioceses

The alleged abuse happened when the man was around 17 years old. According to court documents, the then-teen was allegedly told no one would believe him if he reported the abuse.
Update: Candidates step forward in regional district election

Update: Candidates step forward in regional district election

Nomination deadlines were extended in two contests within the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, after not enough candidates came forward.