Edmonton is stealing our memes but we're stealing their NHL hockey coaches
And buying a bog
Enjoying the sunshine and warm weather? It’s sticking around until Thursday. But winter still lurks, winter tires are still needed, and though spring is on the calendar, rivers are still frozen.
Here’s a vintage downtown coin:
Quick one today:
B.C.’s federal housing advocate spoke to CBC about her concerns over centralizing homeless campers in one place.
MP Taylor Bachrach wants more protections for Canadian air travellers.
The former head coach of the Calgary Flames and until-last-year assistant coach of the Edmonton Oilers recently retired from the NHL and is helping out the Prince George Cougars, unofficially, in their playoff run.
The return of pro wrestling to Prince George was welcomed by a full house.
The Nature Trust of B.C. has purchased 235 hectares of bog/wetland east of Prince George.
The Independent Investigations Office is looking for witnesses to the police shooting that happened along Highway 97 last week, specifcally, “any motorist travelling through the intersection of Highway 97 and Willowcale Road—or who were stopped for the police interaction—on Thursday, March 16, 2023 between 6:05 pm and 6:20 pm, with relevant information, or dashcam or other video footage of the incident to please contact the Witness Line toll-free at 1-855-446-8477 or via the contact form on the iiobc.ca website.”
A Prince George social worker is getting a provincial award for her work.
The president of the district teacher’s association is in Vancouver this week for union meetings, where folks are discussing the need for LBGTQ2S+ protections in the school system.
The city of Edmonton is stealing our memes now.
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