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Danis overtime magic gives Cougars gutsy playoff win in Kelowna

Sometimes you must roll up your sleeves and get a little greasy to win on the road. Matteo Danis played the role of overtime hero for the Prince George Cougars Tuesday night, pushing them within one win of round three of the 2024 WHL Playoffs. The 19-year-old re-directed a Jett Lajoie...

Conservative MP’s less than enthused with spend-heavy federal budget

"We have never seen a government that has spent so much and done so little for Canadians." That's from Cariboo-Prince George and Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies Conservative MP's Todd Doherty and Bob Zimmer as it pertains to the 2024 federal budget. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland announced the deficit is projected to...

Ultrasound machine delivered to remote Tsay Keh Dene

The First Nations Health Authority has delivered an ultrasound machine to the Remote Tsay Keh Dene and Kwadacha, sparing residents a long trek to Prince George. According to the Health Authority, it can take as much as 12 hours to drive from the reserve to Prince George, with much of...

UNBC named one of Canada’s greenest employers for 12th time

UNBC is once again being nationally recognized as one of Canada's greenest employers. “At UNBC, we strive to lead a sustainable future through the excellent education we offer our students, the groundbreaking research led by our faculty and through the partnerships we nurture with the communities we serve,” said UNBC...

Collision on Highway 97 near Quesnel sends one person to hospital

Quesnel RCMP responded two a two-vehicle crash on Highway 97 south of Quesnel this (Tuesday) morning. Sergeant Clay Kronebusch says the call came in at approximately 7:29 a.m. He says the crash involved a pickup truck and an SUV. “The SUV was attempting to cross Highway 97 from Dragon Lake Road when...

Parascak, Becher and Laing highly touted in NHL Central Scouting final rankings

The draft-eligible Prince George Cougars have seen some movement in NHL Central Scouting's rankings. Terik Parascak is the highest-ranked Prince George Cougar in NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of the season, among North American skaters. Parascak dropped one spot to 15th since the midterm rankings. Parascak enjoyed a 105-point (43G, 62A) regular...
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