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April 25, 2017 3:40 am

Spruce Street Project Takes Heat, Project Denied

Prince George, B.C.- A proposal to rezone a  lot on Spruce Street  has  raised the  hackles of   residents in the neighbourhood,  and Council heard their concerns.

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COFI Responds to News of U.S. Imposed Duties

BC Lumber Trade Council will "vigorously defend" Canadian Lumber producers Read full story (No Comments)

Countervailing Duties Announced

Prince George, B.C. – The United States has  announced  the  amount of countervailing duties it has levelled against Canadian Lumber producers. Read full story (No Comments)

Wash, Cut and a Sip?

Council supports liquor license application by hair salon and spa Read full story (1 Comment)

Referendum Set on Borrowing Plans

October 28th is the date Read full story (4 Comments)

Lakeland Remembered

Mayor offers message to Lakeland survivors , families and the community Read full story (1 Comment)

More Traffic Tie Ups

Prince George, B.C. – Traffic using  the Cameron Street Bridge,   is tied up  because of an issue with  a chip truck. Read full story (2 Comments)

Cause of McBride Mill Fire Revealed

Overheated electrical motor to blame Read full story (No Comments)

John Hart Bridge Jammed

Prince George, B.C. – RCMP advise motorists to avoid the John  Hart  Bridge  this hour as a collision is blocking both north and south bound  traffic. Read full story (No Comments)

Cape Breton Takes Game One in Telus Cup

Prince George, B.C.- The first game  in the Telus Cup being played at CN Centre in Prince George,  saw the Cape Breton West Islanders (Atlantic)  victorious  over the  Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François  (Quebec). Read full story (No Comments)

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