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Grow up, Citizen youngsters

Grow up, Citizen youngsters

So The Citizen staff thinks that someone who is 68 years old should be referred to as elderly or a codger, as reported in the Tuesday Citizen about a 68-year-old man? Think again, you youngsters.
Site C financing transparent

Site C financing transparent

Re: Site C to pay for itself over 70 years An article in The Prince George Citizen is wrong to suggest that the 70-year economic life applied to Site C was not made public by BC Hydro.
Trump's path to victory

Trump's path to victory

If the polls closed right at this moment (which they won't) and if the results in each state perfectly mirrored the current RealClearPolitics average of polls in each state (which they won't), Hillary Clinton would be elected president by an electora
Right ruling

Right ruling

A welcome ruling from the Appeal Court of B.C. this week upheld the right of graduates of Trinity Western University's proposed law school to practice their chosen profession in the province.
From Switzerland to a home in the Hart

From Switzerland to a home in the Hart

Take a step back in time to 1924 when Art Stauble's uncle, George Stauble, lived and worked at sawmills n the Prince George area. George Stauble made a trip back to his home country of Switzerland just after the war in 1949.
Manufactured consent and the media

Manufactured consent and the media

A number of years ago, American intellectual and human rights advocate Noam Chomsky put forth the idea that in western society the powers that be manipulate the media in order to "manufacture consent.
Travel goals fuel weight loss

Travel goals fuel weight loss

This past summer, a whole new world opened up to me. I got a chance to experience things that at many points in my life, I figured were things I'd have to settle with in my head that only other people did.
Greenwashing products a deceptive practice

Greenwashing products a deceptive practice

Though I would love to start talking (ranting) more about the circus known as the U.S. election, there is an amber in my shoe that has finally irritated me enough to publicly speak of it as the citizens of Prince George are being swindled.
Some men just want to watch trains burn

Some men just want to watch trains burn

This week in Prince George history, Oct. 30 to Nov. 5: Oct. 31, 1935 : Two men were sentenced to jail on Oct. 29, 1935, after attempting to derail a CN Rail train west of Prince George, The Citizen reported.
Art must continue through the busy times

Art must continue through the busy times

It is such a busy time of year, isn't it? How many of you are like me and struggle to find a balance between the work that requires creativity and a process, and the work that is deadline-driven and, simply put, just needs to get done right now? Last