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New medical school coming to Simon Fraser University

For the first time in 55 years, a new medical school will be opening in Western Canada. Provincial officials said the school will open on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus and will help increase the number of doctors in the workforce. “While we have made enormous progress to strengthen...

Victoria Street hotel blaze claims a life, PG RCMP launches investigation

Updated Story 11:55 AM The Prince George RCMP is investigating a fatal hotel fire along the 15-hundred block of Victoria Street that claimed the life of one person and seriously injured two others. Emergency crews responded to the call just after 11 pm on Saturday and when they arrived, found...

Province making it easier for internationally trained doctors to practice in BC

More family doctors trained out of Canada will be able to start practicing in BC. The BC Government is taking several steps to help internationally educated doctors become licensed in our province. The province is expanding the Practice Ready Assessment program, which is a practice way for internationally educated family doctors...

BC Cancer Centre for the North celebrating 10 years in Northern BC

It's been ten years since the BC Cancer Centre for the North opened in Prince George, bringing better cancer care close to home in Northern BC. Dr Rob Olson is an Oncologist and the research lead at the Centre and was the first physician hired to the centre. "It's been a...

Heavy, blowing snow and cold expected in Vanderhoof tonight

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the Vanderhoof area. They are calling for 5-10 cm of snow and strong winds upwards of 50 km/h tonight for 2-3 hours. This is on top of yesterday's 15-20cm prediction for highway 97 and the Pine Pass. Temperatures will also start to drop tonight, ushering...

Snowfall warning in place for Highway 97, Pine Pass

A blast of winter is coming to Highway 97 and the Pine Pass. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the area where 15 to 20 centimetres could fall tomorrow (Saturday). A low-pressure system crossing northern B.C. will bring heavy snowfall and strong winds. Drivers should prepare for quickly changing...
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