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Developer Believes PG Heading Into A Residential Boom (VIDEO)

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Staff at City Hall looked closely over the details of a proposed residential development in Blackburn. They recommended city council turn it down. Instead, this week, council voted unanimously to give the project the green light. Whether it’s Blackburn, the Hart, or College Heights, several major developments are underway. One expert says that’s not necessarily a good thing. Read More »

YXS Gets Screening Update (VIDEO)

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Starting tomorrow, there will be some changes at the Prince George Airport – especially for those departing. New state-of-the art baggage screening equipment is being installed in the weeks leading up to the Canada Winter Games – but Games organizers are not the only beneficiaries. Read More »

Canada Winter Games and Regional District Partner

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Those coming into the city from all corners will soon get a friendly reminder of what’s coming next year. A new Canada Winter Games sign alongside a Regional District of Fraser-Fort George signs grace Highway 16 west of the city, making the Regional District of Fraser Fort-George an official partner of the Games. Similar signage will go up around the ... Read More »

Baggage Changes Coming To Prince George Airport

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There will be some changes at the Prince George Airport, beginning tomorrow. Over the course of the next several weeks, those departing from the Airport will have to alter their traveling plans somewhat. The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority is installing new state of the air baggage screening equipment. It means for those with luggage to check, those passengers will ... Read More »

Veterans’ Partnership Coming

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The City is creating another support groups for veterans. A member of Council will be appointed to facilitate discussions with the community about best practices to support veterans and the families. Similar covenants exist in places such as Conception Bay and Halton Hills. The hope is to leverage support for veterans, develop partnerships and create new programs for support. The ... Read More »

City Grant Program Focuses On The 2015 Games

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Applications are now being accepted for the my PG Social Development fund ,with special focus this fall on helping the city get ready to host the 2015 Canada Winter Games. Just over 27 thousand dollars in grants was approved by City Council. The deadline for applications is September 30th . You can check out the myPG Social Development Fund website ... Read More »

Fraser Lake Fatal Crash Victim Identified

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A 21 year old Fraser Lake man has been identified as the victim of a single vehicle crash last Friday night . The Coroners Service says Michael Kentner died at the scene when the car he was driving went out of control near the boat launch at White Swan Park . The BC Coroners Service and RCMP continue to investigate. Read More »