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Rustad, Conservatives shut the door on potential merger with BC United

After weeks of speculation, the BC United Party and the Conservatives will not be joining forces ahead of the 2024 election. Party leaders Kevin Falcon and John Rustad issued separate statements earlier today (Friday). Rustad, who is also the Nechako Lakes MLA says with the Conservative sitting second in the polls...

Get Ready To Step Back In Time Starting June 1st

- File from Pat Matthews, My Cariboo Now Barkerville Historic Town and Park announced today (May 24) the start of its 2024 main season will be on Saturday June 1st. “All of our live programming will be up and running that day,” Manager of Public Programming Stewart Cawood said, “our shops...

Spruce Kings pull $400,000 jackpot 50/50 ticket

The Spruce Kings' mega 50/50 jackpot winner has been drawn. Ken Godard was the name of the lucky man who won this year's draw, he will take home half of the total $400,000 jackpot. As of 2:00 this afternoon (Friday), the Spruce Kings have not been able to get in touch...

Cougars sign 2024 first round pick

Dade Wotherspoon has signed his WHL Scholarship and Development agreement and is officially a Prince George Cougar. He was the Cougars' first pick in the 2024 WHL draft, selected 21st overall. https://twitter.com/PGCougars/status/1794096305385488526 He played for the Martensville U15 team in Saskatchewan last season, racking up 103 points (53 goals, 50 assists) in...

UNBC names 2024 Valedictorians

Behrouz (Bruce) Danesh and Will Hanlon will represent UNBC's graduating class of 2024. According to the university, Danesh, a Bachelor of Health Sciences graduate, moved from Iran to Toronto in 2017 before deciding to move once again to Prince George in 2018. "Prince George seemed like the ideal place – full...

Province accelerating hydrogen energy project in Prince George

The provincial government is speeding up work on a project to reduce transportation emissions. The $900 million H2 Gateway project will be executed by HTEC, a zero-emission travel company. HTEC plans to build 20 hydrogen refuelling stations - 18 in BC - to "support the deployment of fuel-cell vehicles and advance...
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