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Ness Lake Drowning Victim Recovered

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The body of a 29 year old Prince George man has been recovered from Ness Lake.  Mounties say experts using sophisticated side sonar technology assisted with the Tuesday evening’s recovery.  The man went dove into the lake July 17th, to assist his son who was struggling in the water.  While the child managed to be pulled into the safety of ... Read More »

Small Sinkhole Opens Up On Winnipeg Street (VIDEO)

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Northbound lanes along Winnipeg Street north of 20th Avenue were closed this afternoon when a large hole developed in the road. The hole opened shortly before 5pm this afternoon. Officials quickly moved to close the road and begin examining the situation. Road crews are expected to begin ripping up the road tonight to get to the root of the problem. ... Read More »

Connecting Tourists To Attractions Around Prince George (VIDEO)

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Tourism Prince George has taken the wraps off a new tool for travelers and locals planning trips and activities around the city. Twenty-five digital kiosks have been spread across the city, making it easy to get information on hotels, restaurants, businesses and other attractions. It’s all part of Tourism Prince George’s mandate. The hope is to improve visitors’ experiences, and ... Read More »

Hole Closes Winnipeg Street

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Northbound lanes along Winnipeg Street north of 20th Avenue were closed this afternoon when a large hole developed in the road.  The hole opened shortly before 5:00pm Tuesday afternoon. Officials quickly moved to close the road to traffic and begin examining the situation. Road crews are expected to begin ripping up the road tonight to get to the root of ... Read More »

Lakeland Mills Fined $724,000

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Prince George’s Lakeland Mills has been slapped with a six-figure fine. The company has to pay WorkSafeBC more than 724-thousand dollars. WorkSafe found Lakeland in violation of the Workers Compensation Act, as well as Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. In April 2012, a massive explosion at the mill killed two workers, and injured more than 20 others. Earlier this year, ... Read More »