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Frazzled by home prices in Vancouver and Toronto? Remote cities want you

By the Globe and Mail Vancouver was showing its best self on a sunny afternoon earlier this summer, even on the bus. The No. 9 was making its way along Broadway through pricey Kitsilano, a neighbourhood of $1.5-million and $2-million-plus homes (make that, -plus -plus). Everyone looked contented on the bus, with that Vancouver vibe, but overhead there was an ad bidding everyone to move up to equally contented and far cheaper Prince George. The […]

PG Business Changes a Neighborhood

Logo Play Grounds Cafe

Located at 1790 Quinn Street, Prince George’s Play Grounds Cafe is located in a part of the city that has changed little since it’s rapid industrial expansion in the 1960’s. For the most part, the buildings are grey, unimaginative and boxy cement block structures that once housed mechanical repair shops, industrial suppliers and freight depots. Some still remain, like Bater Electric and are as much a part of Prince George as the trees that surround it. […]

Softwood Lumber: Canada’s Lack of Unity hurting negotiations

The lack of national coherence on what softwood producers all want has weakened Canada in the trade talks, Warner, principal at MAAW Law, said in an interview with BNN on Wednesday. Warner said Canada should be trying to simplify the agreement, but instead, Canadian regions are divided over what they want from the deal. (BNN.com) Click here to read in new tab

2016 Northern Regional Construction Association Forum

The 2016 Construction Forum will Feature a line-up of respected leaders in the field of construction law, tendering, public-private partnerships, innovation, and business planning who will address current trends and equip delagates with the tools needed to run a dynamic, successful company. This forum is designed specifically to meet the needs of general contractors, trade contractors, manufacturers and suppliers. The event will be held Oct 14, 2016 in Prince George at the Prince George Civic […]

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