The Prince George Spruce Kings may have a masked man who’s capable of stealing games on the ice.
The documentary film fest, The Travelling World Community Film Festival, is on the road to Prince George.
Looking from the parking lot, there appears to be a lot of work ahead to complete the Kin Centre.
With an eye to fostering an interest in engineering, Don Williams has helped organize the Ultimate Bridge Building contest.
Sage advice from very learned adjudicators is what the young pianists came to hear Wednesday evening.
Performance artists Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan kept us laughing on the edge of our seats Friday night at Two Rivers Gallery.
Connections are made to be strengthened and, sometimes, broken.
For Sonja Olsson, 18, being selected as a provincial representative in the 2013 Miss Teen Canada-World competition became “real” on Friday
Works by local artist Melanie Desjardines will be featured in a new exhibit called The Pathos of Things (Mono No Aware in Japanese).
The Prince George Chamber of Commerce elected its new board of directors Thursday.
Tuition at the College of New Caledonia is going up next year, and the Student Union isn’t surprised.
It’s a bit earlier than usual this year, but Chamber Week is just around the corner, including the annual general meeting.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Prince George are using their Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser to help stop bullying.
In 2012, the Prince George Chamber of Commerce hosted the Province of BC’s LiveSmart BC: Small Business Program for a second year.
Bobbi Carpino, a professional photographer from Prince George, was awarded Best in Class trophy.
John Tramble, Mr. July, took the top title Friday night in the 2013 Mardi Gras Snow Daze Mr. Prince George Pageant.
Water, My Love is a celebration of love and gratitude for water, both domestic and natural, with live music and spoken word.
The Chamber of Commerce is shedding the business suit and going “country”.
Monday, February 18 marks the beginning of Chamber of Commerce Week 2013.
The Prince George Chamber of Commerce is busy all year-round connecting businesses.
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