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Skakun Case At BC Court of Appeal (VIDEO)

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This day has been nearly 6 years in the making. Today, the BC Court of Appeal heard the case of Prince George City Councillor Brian Skakun. He was found guilty of beach of privacy after releasing a private report to the media. Now, Skakun is hoping the province’s Appeal Court will throw out his conviction – and make legal history. Read More »

Suspension Doubled for Owner of Homeland Inn

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The City has suspended the business license for the owner of the former Homeland Inn for a year, beginning June 1. The suspension also carries with it several conditions. The owner, Philip Danyluk went before Council Thursday to appeal an earlier suspension. The decision of Council was unanimous. “We have used every tool we have to work with this property ... Read More »

City Councillor Awaits Appeal Court Decision

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Today, the BC Court of Appeal heard the case of Prince George city councillor Brian Skakun. He was found guilty of beach of privacy, for releasing a confidential city report to the media back in 2008. Now, Skakun is hoping the province’s Appeal Court will throw out his conviction – and make legal history. This is the first time a ... Read More »

Homeshow Nearing

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It’s a sure sign of Spring. The 37th annual Homeshow gets underway tomorrow in the three Kin Centres. Hundreds of vendors are currently setting up. The Homeshow is sponsored by the Northern BC Homebuilders’ Association and it is the second largest events outside the Lower Mainland. The doors open to the public at 3 p.m. Friday and run through to ... Read More »

Homeland Owner Appeals Business License Suspension

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The owner of the building formerly known as the Homeland Inn was before council Thursday morning, appealing a suspension to his business license. Lawyers representing the City and Homeland Holdings Inc owner Philip Danyluk made their cases. RCMP Inspector Brad Anderson was the first witness for the City and said there were 251 calls for service between March of 2011 ... Read More »

ALR Information Session This Evening

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UNBC Environmental Planning professor Dave Connell is holding a public information at the Public Library this evening, looking at proposed changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve. Bill 24 was introduced to the Legislature earlier this Spring. It proposes dividing the province into two zones and creating six different regional panels to determine land use planning within the ALR. Bill 24 ... Read More »