I didn't really know what to call this one
It’s almost the weekend! The mosquitoes are here but it feels a lot more comfortably warm after a few days of rain. Enjoy it!
Starting out with a correction from yesterday’s newsletter, via Sarah Holland who writes:
Hi Andrew - the wording in the Citizen may have misled you, as Michael Pockett did not operate the Salted Cracker as a sole proprietorship. The civil claim shows that he had an incorporated numbered company, 0883033 BC Ltd, carrying on business under the firm name of the Salted Cracker. However, there were written indemnity agreements, where he signed as indemnitor, promising to pay the bills at any time that were due by the numbered company.
An important distinction, thank you!
Pine Ridge Modular homes is marking its expansion to Prince George with a new sponsored beer from Trench. Pacific Western has new vodka sodas. And Deadfall would like to remind you you can bring your own food to their location.
A little confused about why this isn’t just the top 40 under 40 but…
Nurses warn of 'breaking point' at Prince George hospital, the largest in northern B.C.
RCMP arrested Indigenous assault victim instead of taking her to hospital, inquest hears.
Will B.C. towns’ bylaws undermine drug decriminalization pilot? (includes Prince George)
More school district trustee candidate profiles are available from the Citizen.
Prince George Papapalooza offering easy access to Pap tests.
Cops for Cancer kicks off 22nd Tour de North in Prince George.
Prince George buses to be free on national Clean Air Day and for Grade 12 students on two days of their choice in June.
If you share certain links from the City of Prince George website to Facebook you get a smiling Mr. PG as the preview image, which is a good touch:
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