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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

"You Failed!' City council candidate lashes out at incumbents at all-candidates forum

"You Failed!' City council candidate lashes out at incumbents at all-candidates forum

Candidate for city council, Karm Manhas, accuses incumbents of failing the most vulnerable people of Prince George and downtown businesses during an all-candidates forum held Saturday at UNBC's Canfor Theatre.
It's International Seniors Day

It's International Seniors Day

October 1 is the International Day of Older Persons 2022 and an excellent opportunity to recognize the valuable contributions seniors make every day in communities throughout British Columbia.
North Central Seniors looking for answers about a rec centre in College Heights

North Central Seniors looking for answers about a rec centre in College Heights

North Central Seniors Association is looking for answers about a rec centre in College Heights that will be geared for healthy aging on the west part of Prince George. Members have put out a survey to get some community input.
Truth & Reconciliation Day at the park sees about 1,000 attend in Prince George

Truth & Reconciliation Day at the park sees about 1,000 attend in Prince George

About 1,000 people were in attendance to acknowledge National Day for Truth & Reconciliation in Prince George on Friday at Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park from 2 to 3 p.m.
Walk & Talk honoured elders during National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

Walk & Talk honoured elders during National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

The Elder Walk & Talk was held Friday morning and began on the Prince George City Hall steps where about 100 people gathered to hear and offer words of healing, respect and support for residential school survivors.
UPDATE: Truth & Reconciliation events today in Prince George

UPDATE: Truth & Reconciliation events today in Prince George

During the announcement that National Day for Truth & Reconciliation will be recognized in Prince George on Sept. 30 at Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park from 2 to 3 p.m. Chief Dolleen Logan shared some family history that needs to be heard for healing to occur.
Kenneth Corrigan celebrates 50 years of karate in Prince George

Kenneth Corrigan celebrates 50 years of karate in Prince George

Kenneth Corrigan got started in karate in Prince George in 1972 and 50 years later he's still going strong.
UNBC unveils Reconciling Light art installation

UNBC unveils Reconciling Light art installation

“An extremely emotional piece of artwork, probably the most emotional piece I have ever been asked to do.”
Prince George squirrel doing squirrely stuff gets 3.4M views on TikTok

Prince George squirrel doing squirrely stuff gets 3.4M views on TikTok

Here's a little something to brighten your day. Prince George squirrel video with 3.4 million views on TikTok. Mr. Nut is at it again!
Jupiter with four moons captured in Prince George community photographer's pic

Jupiter with four moons captured in Prince George community photographer's pic

Community photographer Chuck Chin was able to capture Jupiter and four moons last night, which was the best opportunity to view the rare sight. This is a first ever Jupiter photo for Chuck.