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July 25, 2016 9:30 pm

City Moves to Act Fast on Haggith Creek Crossing

Prince George, B.C. – Prince George City Council had  approved  borrowing funds  from  the Municipal Finance Authority to deal with the erosion of the Willowcale Road at Haggith Creek, but that  approval process is slow and the  situation at the creek crossing  is  getting worse every day.

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City Says Yes to Requesting Boost to Transit

Prince George, B.C.-  Transit Service  is a priority for Prince George City Council, and expanding  service  is  on the City’s wish list. Read full story (No Comments)

City Looks at New Way to Handle Bylaw Infractions

Prince George, B.C.- The City of Prince George is looking to be added to the  list of communities that can handle  their bylaw infraction cases  outside of the court room. Read full story (No Comments)

British Columbians Camping in Record Numbers

Campsite bookings on the rise Read full story (6 Comments)

Human Remains Found in Quesnel

Nothing to indicate foul play at this time Read full story (No Comments)

New Legislation Aims to Keep Home Ownership Dream Alive in Vancouver Area

Much of legislation aimed at Greater Vancouver Read full story (42 Comments)

Summer Like Weather Finally Arrives

Forecast looks good Read full story (13 Comments)

CrossRoads Brewing Creating a Buzz

Craft beer company still on target for 2016 opening Read full story (7 Comments)

Improvements to Transit On Tap for Council

Regular meeting will deal with increasing Transit service and addressing student wishes Read full story (3 Comments)

Policy Set for Volunteer Fire Fighting Service Level

All Volunteer Fire Departments in Regional District classed as "External Operations" Read full story (No Comments)

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