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Families of Ukrainian Airlines victims call on Soccer Canada to cancel game against Iran

Pressure is growing on Soccer Canada to cancel an international game pitting Canada’s national soccer team against Iran next month. The “friendly” is scheduled for June 5th at BC Place. The families of the victims of Ukrainian Airlines Flight 752 say the decision to invite the Iranian team to play in...

Canada’s inflation rate hits 41-year high in April as food prices spike

The rising cost of food and shelter helped Canada's inflation rate hit 6.8 percent last month. Statistics Canada says April's rate was the highest it's been since 1981. It was just over the 6.7 percent rate seen in March. Canadians paid 9.7 percent more in April for groceries, the largest increase...

Timberwolves MBB add size & skill with Russian commitment Evgeny Baukin

A Russian with Prince George ties will be suiting up for the UNBC Timberwolves men's basketball team next season. Evgeny Baukin committed to the program today (Tuesday). “This feels amazing. I am excited. I can’t wait to start practicing this summer and for preseason. I really can’t wait for next season....

Theatre NorthWest offering a twist on Shakespeare next month

Theatre NorthWest's (TNW) next production will be a Shakespeare play with a twist. Coming up next month, TNW will be supporting a group of local artists as they produce 'A Midsummer Night's Dream at Northern Lights Estate Winery. "Theatre on location is something we have wanted to do for a long...

UNBC names Valedictorians for 2022 grad class

UNBC has announced who will provide the valedictory address at both of their ceremonies this year. During Ceremony 1, MacKenzie Bouchard Hooker will provide the address. Bouchard Hooker is graduating with a Masters of Education, and is soon to be a three-time UNBC grad. "The first reaction I had was mainly disbelief,...

Phone app saves 27 lives from drug overdoses in 2 years

The Lifeguard app was launched by BC Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) back in May 2020 with the goal of saving lives. Chief Operating Officer Neil Lilley said the app has saved 27 people who were overdosing on drugs in that time span (45 if you include the beta testing period...
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