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Sherry Ogasawara
Sherry Ogasawara has been appointed to the Provincial Health Services Authority Board. Ogasawara is a population health dietician, the lead on internal food policy with Northern […]

Ogasawara named to health services board   Recently updated !





After a two-year hiatus, the College of New Caledonia’s dental hygiene diploma program is back at the Prince George campus. “This is great news for […]

Dental hygiene program back at CNC
















Do you have a great idea that could help to increase community pride, celebrate Prince George or just continue to make Prince George a great […]

City seeking grant applications   Recently updated !



The city has released its month economic update: In August 2017, Prince George’s unemployment rate was 5.9 per cent, a decrease of 0.7 per cent […]

City releases August economic update



It wasn’t the start or finish UNBC was looking for against the University of Alberta Pandas, as the Timberwolves conceded a goal in the seventh […]

Pandas score early, take out Timberwolves   Recently updated !











If you’re making minimum wage in B.C., you just got a pay increase. Beginning today, the minimum wage by goes up by 50 cents, bringing […]

Minimum wages goes up today


Continuing dry conditions and dropping water levels have prompted the province to announce a Level 3 drought rating for the East Peace region. Level 3 […]

Drorught conditions hit the East Peace


The Prince George media landscape is getting smaller. 250News announced this morning that it will cease publishing September 30. Started in 2005 by Ben and […]

250News closing   Recently updated !


Fire Chief John Iverson speaks with media about the need to replace Firehall #1. Bill Phillips photo
BY BILL PHILLIPS bill@pgdailynews.ca Prince George’s largest fire truck, the one with the longest ladder, doesn’t live downtown where all the tall buildings are. It […]

Making the case to replace Firehall #1



Prince George is losing its most recent downtown sporting goods store. Wholesale Sports will be closing by the end of the year. The announcement was […]

Wholesale Sports closing


Ron MacDonald (right) is congratulated on becoming the new head of the Independent Investigations Office by Attorney General David Eby while Mike Farnworth looks on. Province of B.C. photo
Attorney General David Eby announced today that Ron MacDonald has been appointed as the new chief civilian director (CCD) at B.C.’s Independent Investigations Office (IIO). […]

Independent Investigation Office gets new boss   Recently updated !


Stolen equipment has been recovered and the investigation is continuing after a search warrant was executed late last week. On the morning of March 16, […]

Stolen semi and trailer recovered


If it seems likes there are more people flying around town these days, it’s because there are …. literally. It’s been a very busy summer […]

Busy summer at the airport






Due to improved weather conditions and successful firefighting operations, Recreation Sites and Trails BC (in consultation with the BC Wildfire Service) has reopened additional recreation […]

More rec sites re-opened in the Cariboo











Finance Minister Carole James
British Columbia’s new government is forecasting a $246 million budget surplus in 2017-18 and similar surpluses for the next two years. Finance Minister Carole James […]

NDP projects three years of budget surpluses