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IIO investigating death of woman on Saik’uz First Nation

The Independent Investigations Office of BC (IIO) is investigating the death of a woman on the Saik'uz First Nation. On November 26th, the IIO was notified of concerns regarding the police response to a request for a wellness check for a woman on the Saik'uz First Nation. Information provided by the...

Northern Health Connections program to go to modified schedule for the holidays

The Northern Health Connections program will run on a modified schedule starting on December 23rd. The program provides transportation for clients travelling to non-emergent health services outside of their home communities. According to Northern Health, demand for the service typically drops during the holiday season. Starting December 23rd, the buses will begin...

As Canada’s economy hits a speed bump, Bank of Canada keeps interest rate at 5%

The Bank of Canada is holding it key interest rate steady at five per cent. This is the final rate decision of the year. But the Bank warned further rate hikes may be in the cards if inflation doesn’t ease off. The central bank has held the...

Heidt left off Canada’s World Junior selection camp roster; McBride’s Molendyk invited

The National Junior Team Selection camp will not include any Prince George Cougars. This morning (Tuesday), Hockey Canada announced the 30 players who will be invited to camp next week in Oakville, Ontario. Riley Heidt, who is leading the WHL in points with 53 was left off the list. Nine WHL players...

Health and Human Resources Strategy expands healthcare workforce, more actions to come

The province has expanded the healthcare workforce, which they say will increase patient access. This was part of the Health and Human Resources Strategy launched by the Province last year. Minister of Health Adrian Dix said the four key aspects of the plan are to retain, redesign, recruit and train. According to...

LISTEN: Hartley’s Cat Scan with Taylor Dakers – December 5th, 2023

Welcome to Hartley's Cat Scan! This is a weekly podcast featuring the 'who's who' of the Prince George Cougars. Hartley's guest this week is Cougars Director of Business and goaltending coach Taylor Dakers. During the episode, he discussed a number of topics including: On ice performance of the Cougars so far along...
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