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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams is a reporter for the Prince George Citizen.

Recent Work by Arthur

Lung cancer screening coming to Prince George

Lung cancer screening coming to Prince George

Eligible people will be able to get screened at seven hospitals in northern B.C.
$80M development planned on Hart Highway

$80M development planned on Hart Highway

The Prince George-based Kidd Group is looking to build six commercial/residential buildings in the Hart.
Video: Prince George couple escaped B.C. resort fire

Video: Prince George couple escaped B.C. resort fire

Lucy and Steve Martin were celebrating their 40th anniversary at Quaaout Lodge when it caught fire on Sunday.
Work to be begin on Tabor Mountain trail network

Work to be begin on Tabor Mountain trail network

Thirty-five kilometres of mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing and running trails are planned near Tabor Lake west of Prince George.
District paves the way for tiny houses in Prince George region

District paves the way for tiny houses in Prince George region

Regional District of Fraser-Fort George looks to drop minimum floor area for homes
Regional District of Fraser-Fort George becomes second in B.C. to offer maternity leave for directors

Regional District of Fraser-Fort George becomes second in B.C. to offer maternity leave for directors

Director Dannielle Alan concerned about unelected alternate directors serving on the board for extended periods
Mr. PG is turning purple

Mr. PG is turning purple

Mr. PG one of 10 B.C. landmarks lighting up for ALS Awareness Month
Update: $4.445M upgrade to make Kin Centre cleaner, safer, more reliable

Update: $4.445M upgrade to make Kin Centre cleaner, safer, more reliable

City gets $3.3 million provincial grant for upgrades to Kin arenas
Prince George is not an age-friendly community

Prince George is not an age-friendly community

Ten northern B.C. towns recognized by BC Healthy Communities for supporting seniors
City seeking public input on Prince George’s policing needs

City seeking public input on Prince George’s policing needs

Online survey runs until June 1