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Northern Health stays at 64 COVID-19 cases, B.C. records no new deaths in past 24 hours

Northern Health stays at 64 COVID-19 cases, B.C. records no new deaths in past 24 hours

A total of 2,265 people have recovered across the province
Carney Street closing one week for water main installation near new Prince George fire hall

Carney Street closing one week for water main installation near new Prince George fire hall

No access starting June 8 between Winnipeg Street, Ellison Drive
Governments pump money into B.C. tourism organizations

Governments pump money into B.C. tourism organizations

UNBC Timberwolves’ sports camps cancelled due to COVID-19 uncertainty

UNBC Timberwolves’ sports camps cancelled due to COVID-19 uncertainty

Active Minds also part of decision based on current health guidelines
Driver arrested east of Prince George after deliberately charging at on-coming traffic

Driver arrested east of Prince George after deliberately charging at on-coming traffic

Highway 16 was closed to stop erratic driver
Column: Climate change mitigation and air quality in Prince George

Column: Climate change mitigation and air quality in Prince George

Carrier Sekani Family Services stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

Carrier Sekani Family Services stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

A number of Indigenous people in northern B.C. have died in police custody in recent years
Prince George RCMP investigating apparent targeted downtown stabbing

Prince George RCMP investigating apparent targeted downtown stabbing

One man stabbed, injuries non-life threatening
New Canadian modelling shows COVID-19 waning but relaxing restrictions still risky

New Canadian modelling shows COVID-19 waning but relaxing restrictions still risky

Prince George working with POUNDS Project Society to clean up downtown graffiti, public washrooms

Prince George working with POUNDS Project Society to clean up downtown graffiti, public washrooms

Sidewalks, alleyways flushed as well as graffiti-covered up