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CNC holding open house in Vanderhoof tomorrow

CNC is in the midst of holding open houses at all 6 of its campuses this week, including Vanderhoof tomorrow (Thursday). The college said the open houses include "interactive course demonstrations, campus tours, and connecting with faculty members in person," as well as the chance to learn about student supports. “CNC...

Prince George couple headed to ski weekend, Machu Picchu after $500k Daily Grand win

Community members shared in Shawna and Jason Eberle's joy after they found out they won $500,000 Extra prize from the February 15th Daily Grand draw. Shawna purchased and checked the ticket at the Save-on-Foods in the Hart, and Jason was in the car at the time Shawna discovered the news...

BC Court of Appeals rules in favour of Saik’uz, Stellat’en First Nations over Kenney Dam harms

It was a big win in court for the Saik’uz and Stellat’en First Nations In a unanimous decision yesterday, the B.C. Court of Appeal found the provincial and federal governments had a responsibility to protect the two Nations’ Aboriginal rights from the ongoing harm the Kennedy Dam caused...

Weekend ATV crash claimed a life in Williams Lake

Williams Lake RCMP responded to a collision involving an ATV over the weekend. North District RCMP Corporal Madonna Saunderson said just after 11:30 on Friday night (February 23) it was reported that the driver went over a cliff and down a steep embankment near the Williams Lake River Valley Trail. The...

BC’s minimum wage to increase 3.9%

The minimum wage is going up in British Columbia. On June 1st, the wage will increase from $16.75 to $17.40, a 3.9 per cent increase. "BC has gone from having one of the lowest minimum wages in the country to the highest of all the provinces," said Minister of Labour Harry...

Timberwolves earn bronze medal after 14-point victory over Calgary

Chris Ross saved his best for last in his last game as a member of the UNBC Timberwolves. The graduating senior had a game to remember notching 25 points including 7-for-13 shooting from three-point range in the T-Wolves 94-80 victory over the Calgary Dinos on Sunday to claim the bronze...
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