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Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen is a reporter focusing on Indigenous stories. She is a graduate of the University of Northern British Columbia and also obtained her Bachelor’s of Journalism from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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Recent Work by Hanna

Indigenous Opioid Response Fund applications open for northern B.C.

Indigenous Opioid Response Fund applications open for northern B.C.

Funding will support creative and low barrier responses to the opioid crisis
Prince George city council denies three-apartment Hart development

Prince George city council denies three-apartment Hart development

Council voted against the Sparwood Landing Project
From Whitehorse to Kamloops: Warriors Walk for Healing Nations stops in Prince George

From Whitehorse to Kamloops: Warriors Walk for Healing Nations stops in Prince George

Group is walking in honour of residential school victims
Prince George's new downtown pool potentially $1.5 million over budget

Prince George's new downtown pool potentially $1.5 million over budget

Additional costs due to steel primer failure and unsuitable soil, pipes
Prince George tourism industry welcomes ease of Canada-U.S. border restrictions

Prince George tourism industry welcomes ease of Canada-U.S. border restrictions

‘It’s a little bit of a sigh of relief’
Assembly of First Nations Chief RoseAnne Archibald meets with Lheildi T’enneh on northern B.C. tour

Assembly of First Nations Chief RoseAnne Archibald meets with Lheildi T’enneh on northern B.C. tour

Newly elected AFN Chief Archibald is calling for a national strategy on residential schools
‘We need to adapt’: British Columbians facing consequences of climate change

‘We need to adapt’: British Columbians facing consequences of climate change

UNBC prof says lasting effects of heatwave still to be discovered
Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Thanks to a partnership with UBC Lhoosk'uz Dené village now has clean water
Two multi-million dollar childcare centres coming to Prince George

Two multi-million dollar childcare centres coming to Prince George

City is receiving $5.3 million in grants for Malaspina and Dagg Road projects
Prince George City Council to consider O’Grady Road name change

Prince George City Council to consider O’Grady Road name change

Bishop O’Grady was the principal of three residential schools in B.C.