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Quesnel resident wins million dollar lottery in the Lower Mainland

The winner of this year’s Vancouver General Hospital and UBC Hospital Foundation million dollar lottery is from Quesnel. G. Macdonald won the grand prize. They will now have a choice of 1 of 10 prizes, including a new home in several potential locations (Langley, South Surrey, White Rock, Courtenay, Sooke, Kelowna,...

Quesnel RCMP are looking for a suspect in a bank robbery

Quesnel RCMP responded to a call for a robbery at the CIBC bank in the 300 block of Reid Street just before 5 o’clock yesterday. (Wednesday) Sergeant Clay Kronebusch goes over a few of the details. “A lone male entered the bank and produced a note demanding money and threatening staff. ...

Over 30 centimetres of snow fell in PG over three-day span

The Winter Storm Warning that's been hanging over the Prince George-Vanderhoof area for the past three days is now over. A slow-moving system meant a large dump of snow came over us in the past 72 hours. As for how much fell during this time, here's Environment Canada Meteorologist, Derek Lee...

UNBC to launch another nursing program in September

A new two-year nursing degree program is now available at UNBC. The program is an expansion of the Northern Baccalaureate Nursing Program (NBNP), which launched at the UNBC's Peace River-Liard campus in Fort St. John during the fall of 2021. It will be housed in the Wood Innovation and Design Centre...

Want another job in forestry? Mercer International hosting two-day career fair in PG

Any displaced forestry workers looking to get back into the sector are in luck. Mercer International is hosting a two-day career fair in Prince George today (Thursday) and Tomorrow (Friday), looking for skilled workers to join their operations in Peace River and Castlegar. Vista Radio caught up with talent acquisition manager...

Federal Government pushed to aid those affected by recent Canfor Closures

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Taylor Bachrach is urging the federal government to help support workers affected by the closure of the Houston and Chetwynd Canfor mills. In a letter to Minister of Employment MP Carla Qualtrough, Bachrach also shed light on the closures, saying these job losses will have major impacts...
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