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Christine Dalgleish

Christine Dalgleish

Christine Dalgleish is a full-time reporter at the Prince George Citizen newspaper who covers arts and entertainment, community news and most importantly the people of Prince George.

She finagled her way into freelancing in the sports department at PG This Week, The Citizen's weekly sister paper, in early 2000 with no experience whatsoever, where she turned every story she wrote into a people feature.

Christine then managed to convince the editor to hire her full-time later that year, learning on the job and eventually moving into the editor position. She finally found her way across the street to the Citizen's big newsroom in 2006. She's been with the paper of record in Prince George ever since.

When not reporting, Christine throws many things as part of her masters athlete track and field pursuits. She throws hammer, weight, discus, shot put and javelin and currently holds the BC Masters outdoor record in weight throw in her age category.

Reach out to Christine with story ideas or to chat about throwing because, you know, it's not a topic that comes up in conversation very often.

Email
cdalgleish@pgcitizen.ca

Recent Work by Christine

What's going on in Prince George

What's going on in Prince George

Looking for some things to do? Here's a list of local events.
Artists callout for specialty-themed markets

Artists callout for specialty-themed markets

There’s a callout for artisans who would like the opportunity to showcase their handcrafted goods and be part of the vibrant Northern BC arts and culture scene.
Chromebooks can now be borrowed from Prince George Library

Chromebooks can now be borrowed from Prince George Library

In an effort to be digitally inclusive, Chromebooks have been added to the list of what people can borrow from the Prince George Public Library.
Prince George RCMP urges caution to those with short-term rentals

Prince George RCMP urges caution to those with short-term rentals

RCMP are warning people with short-term rentals to be cautious when accepting clients as the legislation around short-term rentals in B.C. changes this spring.
Young family needs a boost as new baby comes early

Young family needs a boost as new baby comes early

Prince George resident Rylee Riplinger’s best friends Quyn and Braden have experienced the premature birth of their second daughter Adaya and as mom and daughter are in Victoria General finances are stretched.
Simpcw First Nation celebrates new family services office in Prince George

Simpcw First Nation celebrates new family services office in Prince George

The Simpcw First Nation (Simpcw) celebrated the grand opening of its family-focused services office in downtown Prince George on Wednesday morning.
Prince George RCMP seek witnesses to hit-and-run

Prince George RCMP seek witnesses to hit-and-run

Prince George RCMP are looking to speak with any witnesses to a motor vehicle incident that occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024. The collision occurred just before 7 a.m.
Library announces history award winners

Library announces history award winners

Winners of the 2024 Jeanne Clarke Local History Awards were announced Sunday. The winners are Clarence Boudreau, 93 and Katherine Palmer Gordon.
Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday supports anti-bullying movement

Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday supports anti-bullying movement

Wear Pink on Wednesday to support the anti-bullying movement.
Prince George woman keeps active playing goal for hockey teams

Prince George woman keeps active playing goal for hockey teams

As a child in Willow River, Ellie Smith made her goalie pads from plywood and foam, would wear a heavy coat, used her ball glove to protect her hand and hoped for the best..
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