If you are someone who takes the bus or walks to school or work in the morning, you would have seen a number of groups at Pine Centre Mall’s bus-stop Friday.
Officials were handing out free reflectors and tip sheets.
The Canadian Homebuilder’s Association of Northern BC is putting clients in touch with home builders this weekend through the annual Parade of Homes. With low interest rates, local builder Marnie Martin says her company Rise Construction is very busy.
Funding has been allocated in support of trades training for Indigenous participants. The Province is providing $300, ooo to the Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association, to train up to 44 participants, from Lheidli T’enneh First Nation and McLeod Lake Indian Band.
Work on a new water main tie-in the Hart Highway area today has resulted in dirty-looking or cloudy water for some residences . The city’s assures the water is safe to drink — just run your tap until its clear.
Sears Canada received court approval today to proceed with a full liquidation of its remaining 130 stores, putting another 12,000 employees out of a job, including 66 employees from the Prince George Pine Centre Mall location . Despite weeks of discussion, no viable buyer has been found.