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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

Prince George athlete snowshoeing at Special Olympics BC Winter Games

Prince George athlete snowshoeing at Special Olympics BC Winter Games

Described as a kind and thoughtful man, Adrian Rosen, 28, is one of 18 Prince George Special Olympic athletes who will be competing at the BC Winter Games in Kamloops from Feb. 2 to 4. He's a competitive snowshoer.
Arctic air invasion coming to Prince George and most of BC

Arctic air invasion coming to Prince George and most of BC

Arctic air will invade B.C. beginning late Friday, with a major shift in temperature from the mild January weather, Environment Canada reported.
Knox Performance Centre debuts venue with acclaimed concert pianist performance

Knox Performance Centre debuts venue with acclaimed concert pianist performance

Downtown Prince George sees Knox Performance Centre open its doors with internationally acclaimed Canadian concert pianist Angela Hewitt March 9.
Help Build Frosty at Studio 2880

Help Build Frosty at Studio 2880

Studio 2880 wants the community to gather to help create the I LOVE PG scene for the entry into the Build Frosty Shaw National Competition on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 2 to 5 p.m. on its front lawn.
Cougars overcome by Rebels 8-5

Cougars overcome by Rebels 8-5

The Prince George Cougars lost to the Red Deer Rebels 8-5 Friday night at the Peavy Mart Centrium. The Cougars struggled right from the start giving up three goals in the first period.
Bevies & Bites event offers Prince George foodies a deal

Bevies & Bites event offers Prince George foodies a deal

Tourism Prince George has organized an event called Bevies and Bites where 18 local restaurants provide guests a best-value menu offered until Feb. 6.
What's happening in Prince George

What's happening in Prince George

There's a lot going on in Prince George. Here's a long list of things to do live and in person.
Local athletes heading to Kamloops for Special Olympics BC Winter Games

Local athletes heading to Kamloops for Special Olympics BC Winter Games

18 Prince George athletes are heading to Kamloops Feb. 2 to 4 for the Special Olympics BC Winter Games to compete in five-pin bowling, curling and snowshoeing.
In memory: Howard Lloyd, former MLA, Prince George city councillor

In memory: Howard Lloyd, former MLA, Prince George city councillor

Howard Lloyd was a former Prince George city councillor, regional director and MLA for the Fort George Riding in the 1970s. He passed away Dec. 27, 2022.
Prince George Citizen did not breach journalistic standards, National NewsMedia Council finds

Prince George Citizen did not breach journalistic standards, National NewsMedia Council finds

Diana Duchscherer filed a complaint about the story of the Top 10 most valuable properties in Prince George posted online Jan. 6.
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