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Reporter only slightly better than grave robber

Reporter only slightly better than grave robber

Went to the school career day this week.
The forgotten class

The forgotten class

The Duchess Park Reunion Organization I read with interest the Duchess Park school reunion insert in last Saturday's paper, but there is a slight flaw in the history presented in this article.
Clinton's attitude restokes doubts about Afghanistan

Clinton's attitude restokes doubts about Afghanistan

As the U.S. secretary of state, the influence of Hillary Clinton can be felt in every corner of the earth, but even the former senator couldn't have guessed the shadow she cast over the Prince George cemetery this week. The Tuesday burial of Cpl.
Enbridge Gateway Pipeline Proposal

Enbridge Gateway Pipeline Proposal

In the 1970's Justice Thomas Berger was of the opinion that the MacKenzie Delta pipeline project should be delayed until the Aboriginal people living in the area had their land claims completed, thereby giving them actual power and ownership when con
Politics has left Ignatieff behind

Politics has left Ignatieff behind

Federal Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff held a little get-together last week with 300 of his closest friends. The think-tank-cum-bun-toss was titled "Canada at 150," a reference to the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation in 2017.
Furlong remembered

Furlong remembered

Before he was Vancouver/Whistler Olympic CEO, or even before he was the recreation officer for our city, John Furlong was my teacher, my guardian and my mentor who inspired my passion for sport, basketball in particular.
Why can’t The Citizen have a column about local food production

Why can’t The Citizen have a column about local food production

I was disappointed to see an article on Alberta lamb, when we have local shepherds producing lamb, largely for the Prince George market.
Just send the cheap power, please

Just send the cheap power, please

An open letter to B.C. Hydro. I must inform you that I am out of work, broke and busted. Therefore I am forced to let you in on a secret that most all B.C. residents will be letting you know shortly, I'm sure. I can't possibly pay your bill of $238.
Tip of the hat

Tip of the hat

I am writing this to acknowledge the admirable work Northern B.C. Friends of Children does in Prince George. Thank-you so much for helping with my son's recent trip to B.C .Children's Hospital. Taylor is doing fine.
Book titled ‘Serving God’ is blasphemy

Book titled ‘Serving God’ is blasphemy

A few weeks ago I was at CNC (where I attend) and found a small book lying on the ground. It was titled Serving God. The title appealed to me as I am a devout Christian, so I placed it in my bag to read later.