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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams is a reporter for the Prince George Citizen.

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Get to know your local Prince George election candidates

Get to know your local Prince George election candidates

The Citizen has profiles, many including videos, on all the candidates running for mayor, city council and school board in Prince George
Options on Prince George city council pay raises up for debate

Options on Prince George city council pay raises up for debate

City council will consider two potential alternatives to the current system used for setting pay increases for mayor and council.
City council to consider $475K for new multi-sport courts

City council to consider $475K for new multi-sport courts

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities would donate $900,000 to the project to develop three multi-sport courts on the site of the existing tennis and basketball courts on Massey Drive.
Nour Salim running for Prince George city council

Nour Salim running for Prince George city council

The IT project manager is calling for no more increases to residential property taxes.
Colleen Mahoney running for Prince George city council

Colleen Mahoney running for Prince George city council

The former forestry professional wants to focus on improving the city’s basic infrastructure.
Prince George’s mayoral candidates face off in forum

Prince George’s mayoral candidates face off in forum

The city’s six mayoral candidates drew a standing-room-only crowd on Wednesday.
Doug Jeffery running for Prince George city council seat

Doug Jeffery running for Prince George city council seat

The retired yoga teacher and long-time volunteer is the son of a former city manager.
City council, mayoral candidates weigh in on sustainability issues

City council, mayoral candidates weigh in on sustainability issues

UNBC hosted the first public forum of the civic election on Tuesday night.
Beaverly fire department to get $1M fire engine

Beaverly fire department to get $1M fire engine

The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George approved increasing the budget to purchase a new fire truck for the volunteer fire department.
Prince George contractor running for city council

Prince George contractor running for city council

Paul Serup would like to see the city end vaccine mandates and relocate the city’s homeless.