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Canadian home prices to spike in 2024; PG to follow similar trend

Homes in Canada are expected to be around 10 per cent more expensive by the end of this year than they were last year. That's according to Royal LePage which released its updated forecast today (Friday). It predicts that aggregate Canadian home prices will rise nine per cent in the fourth...

HARTLEY’S HART ATTACK – (Cougars look to blast off vs Rockets) April 12, 2024 EDITION 988

The (49-15-1-3) Prince George Cougars finished 31 points ahead of the (33-30-4-1) Kelowna Rockets in the 2023-24 WHL regular season standings. The (48-15-4-1) Portland Winterhawks finished just six points in front of the (45-18-2-3) Everett Silvertips. One reason it was important for Prince George to end up first (a point ahead...

BC tables anti-racism legislation; to hold public bodies accountable

The provincial government has introduced legislation that would hold public organizations accountable for addressing systemic racism in their policies and programs. It would cover provincial ministries and agencies, the health-care sector, and social service providers. They would be required to develop a public program and action plan using data the government...

Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Friday, April 12th

Sports by Hartley Friday, April 12th as of 12:05 a.m. (All times listed are PDT) WHL: The Prince George Cougars end a 9-day layoff when they host the Kelowna Rockets this weekend in their WHL Western Conference semifinal series. The Cougars and Rockets are meeting in the playoffs for the first time in...

Provincial emergency support conference being held this weekend

Hundreds from around the province are meeting at an emergency support conference in Kamloops this weekend ahead of what could likely be another challenging wildfire season. It will be the 11th time the Network of Emergency Support Services Teams (NESST) Conference has been held, and by far the most well-attended. 288...

Regional District mulling over $500,000 loan to Exploration Place

The Regional District of Fraser Fort-George is going to consider a 500-thousand dollar loan to the Exploration Place at its April 18th board meeting. Pending approval, the loan would amount to a conversion from two advances on the Fraser-Fort George Regional Museum Society's 2024 operating grant. Manager of External Relations, Renee...
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