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BC home flipping tax could harm PG market: Northern Real Estate Board

BC Northern Real Estate Board President Breanne Cote says the province's new home flipping tax could have some unintended consequences for markets like PG. Organizations such as the BC Real Estate Association estimate the new flipping tax will decrease home sales by between one and two percent over the next...

UNBC WBB ink Coquitlam forward to roster

The UNBC Timberwolves women’s basketball recruiting class will include a forward from Coquitlam. Head Coach Sergey Shchepotkin announced today (Wednesday) Avin Jahangiri has committed to the program. Jahangiri, who is set to graduate from Dr. Charles Best Secondary School is averaging 10 points, eight rebounds, four assists and two blocks for...

14 Rising Star Athletes to be recognized by PG Sports Hall of Fame

The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame will be recognizing several athletes in the 23-and-under category at its 13th Induction Banquet on April 6th at the Ramada Plaza Hotel. Today (Wednesday), the group released its list of 14 Rising Star Athletes. It includes the following: Aliah Turner Biathlon Emma Watson Swimming,...

Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Wednesday, Feb. 28th

Sports by Hartley Wednesday, Feb. 28th as of 12:05 a.m. (All times listed below are PST) NHL: (12 Tuesday games with Edmonton the only Canadian team idle) Pittsburgh  4  Vancouver  3  (OT) Erik Karlsson scored at 1:42 of overtime for the Penguins. The game summary is here. The (38-16-7) Canucks, who have lost five of...

School board hears woes from teachers in understaffed schools

School District 57's Board of Trustees held their February meeting this afternoon (Tuesday). Prince George District Teacher's Association President Daryl Beauregard presented the board with multiple letters from experienced teachers in the district, detailing the extent of the impacts of teacher and educational assistant shortages. A teacher with 29 years of...

PG City Council advocating for recouping of tax losses from tax exempt childcare centres

Prince George City Council is forwarding a resolution to the North Central Local Government Association, advocating for a mechanism to recuperate the equivalent of property tax for childcare centres operating on school property be established. Councillor Tim Bennett noted when a childcare centre is operating within a school, it's tax...
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