PRINCE GEORGE - Canada turns 151 today and celebrations are planned throughout the area. Entertainment begins at Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park at 11:00 am although things will pick up with the Opening Ceremonies at noon.
PRINCE GEORGE - The Prince George Chamber of Commerce says they're concerned that the Province hasn't given enough information and clarity to the public along with the business community, in order to make an informed decision in the upcoming referendum on Proportional Representation.
May 24, 2018 - 10:54amUpdated: May 24, 2018 - 7:09pm
PRINCE GEORGE - The provincial government has announced a $30 million expansion of the Aboriginal Head Start program across BC. BC Minister of Children and Family Development Katrine Conroy made the announcement Thursday morning in Prince George.
VANCOUVER - Starting this fall, high school students in School District 91 will be able to take an entrepreneurship course where they'll hear about the experiences, failures and successes from entrepreneurs and mentors in the community.
A couple of local skiiers are off to Blue Mountain near Toronto this week for the biggest event of their skiing careers so far. 15-year-olds Charlotte Gibson and Hayes Layton will be competing at national championships for the first time.