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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams is a reporter for the Prince George Citizen.

Recent Work by Arthur

Power theft at First Avenue camp raises city councillor’s ire

Power theft at First Avenue camp raises city councillor’s ire

Residents of the camp are using power from the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George’s parking lot plug-ins.
City of Prince George tried to silence UNBC critics, emails show

City of Prince George tried to silence UNBC critics, emails show

City staff tried to suppress the dissemination of an opinion piece written by a group of UNBC faculty which criticized the city’s efforts to clean up the tent encampment known as Moccasin Flats.
MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

Completion of four megaprojects over the next two years will end thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity.
MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

Completion of four megaprojects over the next two years will end thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity.
Prince George Fire Rescue Service saw 22% increase in calls in 2022

Prince George Fire Rescue Service saw 22% increase in calls in 2022

Call volumes for the fire department were nearly 60% higher than pre-COVID levels.
Cargo traffic through Port of Prince Rupert down in 2022

Cargo traffic through Port of Prince Rupert down in 2022

The northern B.C. port saw a two per cent drop in cargo tonnage in 2022, compared with 2021.
Fact check: Are Prince George’s taxes higher than average?

Fact check: Are Prince George’s taxes higher than average?

Prince George taxpayers pay the second-highest municipal property taxes per capita among B.C.’s 20 largest municipalities.
City workers ‘angry and upset’ over handling of COVID-19 vaccine policy

City workers ‘angry and upset’ over handling of COVID-19 vaccine policy

Unvaccinated employees can return to work, or get a small pay out, union president says.
Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

The deal responds to a court ruling that the province violated the nation’s Treaty 8 rights.
Wanted: Angeline Louise Hammerstrom

Wanted: Angeline Louise Hammerstrom

Woman with extensive criminal record considered violent
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