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PG police on the lookout for missing woman with ties to New Hazelton

Prince George RCMP is asking the public to keep an eye out for 25-year-old Justyce Dymond Hilbach. She was last seen in downtown Prince George on June 12, 2024 and has not been heard from since. Hilbach is described as: Indigenous female 165 cm (5’5”) 187 kg (85 lb) Brown eyes ...

WestJet, aircraft mechanics re-open discussions; strike averted

WestJet and its 670 aircraft mechanics will resume contract talks, avoiding a strike that was set to begin tonight (Thursday). The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association says WestJet cut off talks this week....so they had no option but to strike. However last night, the union confirmed the airline had decided to return...

Ribbon cut on women’s transitional housing project 20 years in the making

34 new transitional housing units will be available in Prince George for mothers and their children later this summer. A ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Harmony House on Union Street was held this afternoon (Wednesday). According to the province, the building comes equipped with 22 transition beds and 12...

Vanderhoof pride vandalism spree causing thousands in damage

The Vanderhoof RCMP is looking to speak to a person captured on camera vandalizing a pride-themed "Share the Love" banner. The video was taken on June 2 and shows a person grabbing a ladder to climb a light pole where one of the banners was displayed, though it does not...

Three year agreement ratified between Taseko, Unifor

Taseko Mines Limited announced today (June 19) the tentative agreement with Unifor Local 3018 has been ratified. The contract includes wage increases of 13% over three years and will be in place until May 31, 2027. The union said in a release the agreement introduces a Women’s Advocate in the workplace...

WestJet cancels several flights in anticipation of mechanics strike

WestJet is facing yet another strike threat....this time from its 670 aircraft mechanics. The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association says they'll walk off the job tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 6:00 (Pacific time) if a new agreement isn't signed. The Association says WestJet cut off talks this week....so they have no option but...
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