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UHNBC the home of new research centre to improve life sciences

A new centre is being launched to create more opportunities for clinical and biomedical research in the north and to improve care within the region. The new Northern Centre for Clinical Research (NCCR) is a collaboration between the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), the University of British Columbia (UBC)...

High Streamflow Advisory re-issued for Upper Fraser

Another high streamflow advisory is in place for the Upper Fraser. It was issued today (Tuesday) by the BC River Forecast Centre and is due to the hot weather and the snowmelt rates that are averaging 35 to 65 mm of melt per day this week. Areas of forecast...

Severe thunderstorm watch ended for PG

Update 7:32 p.m. Environment Canada has ended a severe thunderstorm watch for Prince George. Update 5:08 p.m. Environment Canada has issued a Severe thunderstorm watch for Prince George. Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail, and heavy rain. Update 4:20 p.m The...

PG City Council approves joint-bid to host 2026 BC 55+ Games with Quesnel

While Prince George is welcoming thousands of young athletes for the BC Summer Games next month (July 21-24), the city could be welcoming older athletes in four years. Prince George City Council has approved a joint bid with Quesnel and the Cariboo Regional District to host the 2026 BC 55+...

BC Teachers Federation seeking higher wages, lighter workload as contract negotiations persist

Negotiations between the BC Teachers Federation and its employer continue as their current deal expires on Thursday. Within School District 57, that includes 1067 members in Prince George along with 36 more in Macknezie. If a new deal isn't reached by then, more bargaining sessions are slated for late summer...

E-Comm says emergency call volumes reaching levels not seen in two decades

The agency handling most of the 9-1-1 calls in our province could be facing a record summer. E-Comm mentioned that emergency call volumes are already exceeding the totals they’ve seen over the past 20 years. And the call volume is expected to increase further, as many activities and events that had...
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