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Nearly 1000 self-storage lockers nearing completion in Prince George

U-Haul is opening a 990-unit self-storage facility in Prince George next year. The facility is currently under construction at 7087 Bear Road near the Bon Voyage on a 5.24-acre lot the company acquired in 2022. “Prince George is an attractive destination for DIY movers and students because it’s home to UNBC...

Heidt left off Canada’s World Junior selection camp roster; McBride’s Molendyk invited

The National Junior Team Selection camp will not include any Prince George Cougars. This morning (Tuesday), Hockey Canada announced the 30 players who will be invited to camp next week in Oakville, Ontario. Riley Heidt, who is leading the WHL in points with 53 was left off the list. Nine WHL players...

Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Tuesday, Dec. 5th

Sports by Hartley Tuesday, Dec. 5 as of 12:05 a.m. (All times listed below are PST) WHL: After allowing just two goals in three games, 17-year-old Josh Ravensbergen of the Prince George Cougars is the WHL Rookie of the Week. Ravensbergen earned his 5th shutout of the season with 33 saves in...

Council considers opting-out of Short-Term Accommodation Act

Prince George City Council is eyeing opting out of the province's Short-Term Accommodation Act. Councillor Trudy Klassen and Brian Skakun brought forward the issue at tonight's (Monday) meeting. Klassen and Skakun issued a notice of motion with the following recommendation: "That Council directs staff to seek feedback from our tourism and housing...

PG three degrees warmer than usual in November; El Nino likely to stick around this winter

The balmy weather we have enjoyed to kick off the winter in Prince George is expected to hang around for the long haul according to Environment Canada. This comes after November saw an average temperature of 0.6 degrees - that ranks higher than the normal mark of -2.6. Meteorologist, Lisa Erven...

PG nets three new Critical Care Paramedics following success of local training program

Three more critical care paramedics are now staffed at Station 580 at the Prince George Airport. It’s due in large part to the Advanced Care Paramedics that was launched in the city two years ago, which will help support north as well as rural and remote Indigenous areas with...
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