Tessa Erickson wants to revitalize her nation's language. And she's using an app and summer camp to do it. She's a fifteen year old high school student at DP Todd Secondary in Prince George, and a member of the Nak'azdli Whut'en band.
Robert Doane speaks to Prince George Citizen editor Neil Godbout and Stand Up For the North Committee chair Peter Ewart about the discussion, or lack thereof, around referendums for a new pool and fire hall in Prince George.
Ahead of a referendum asking for up to $15 million to replace Prince George's downtown fire hall, chief John Iverson takes CBC on a tour to explain why the existing location is no longer considered viable.
To mark this year's celebration of light Harman Dandiwal is shining a light on a problem he's personally experienced: student poverty. The organizer of the College of New Caledonia's Diwali celebrations speaks to Carolina de Ryk.
A social media campaign is inviting women to share stories fo harassment in the workplace in order to draw attention to how widespread the issue is. Daybreak speaks to women in Prince Rupert and men in Prince George about the topic.
The annual allowable cut for the Prince George Timber Supply Area has been reduced by 33 per cent compared to the limits set in 2011. The province's chief forester Dianne Nichols speaks to Andrew Kurjata.
Prince George has a poor housing market and child poverty is a problem, but residents make more money and have a higher sense of belonging than average. Catherine Pennington of the PG Community Foundation speaks to Robert Doane.