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Two longtime businesses in Vanderhoof call it a day

A pair of 30-year businesses in Vanderhoof are closing their doors for good. Through a Facebook post, Scott’s Grille & Pizzeria announced its last day of business will be on May 31st. In addition, the Vanderhoof Department Store closed on Monday. Owner Janet and Larry are electing to retire...

First Nations Health Authority investigating after being hacked

The First Nations Health Authority says it's been hacked. The agency says it noticed some unusual activity on its corporate network on May 13th, and blocked an unauthorized user. An investigation is now under way to see how far the Authority's data was compromised, but officials do say there was some...

Missing Prince George rafter located deceased

Prince George RCMP and Prince George Search and Rescue have concluded their search for a missing rafter, who was reported overdue by family on Monday (May 20). Police officers, the RCMP Helicopter Air 3, and 18 Search and Rescue volunteers spent over 150 person-hours looking along the Willow River where the...

BC United Party’s fall from grace a shocking, yet predictable outcome: Morris

The meteoric rise of the Conservative Party of BC has made this fall's provincial election a lot more interesting. A new poll by Research Co suggests the provincial version of the Tories is solidly in second place at 32% support while the once-mighty BC United party continues its fall from...

PG paramedics have responded to 750 drug overdose calls to begin 2024

Prince George has recorded the fifth-highest amount of overdose and poisoning events among municipalities in BC according to BC Emergency Health Services. So far this year, paramedics have responded to 750 such calls – Vancouver has recorded the most incidents followed by Surrey, Victoria and, Kelowna. The busiest month for overdose...

Police discover human remains along Kiskatinaw River near Dawson Creek

The North District Major Crimes Unit is investigating the discovery of human remains over the May long weekend in the Dawson Creek area. On Saturday, the RCMP were notified of the suspected remains along the Kiskatinaw River, west of Highway 97. Major Crimes has assumed conduct of the file and efforts...
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