The SupportPG Pledge

Show your commitment to Prince George and add your name to the growing list of community members who #SupportPG.

About Support PG

What We Do

Support PG helps businesses find the resources they need to sustain or pivot their business during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project builds community connection by sharing good news stories and inspiring local heroes.

How We Do It

The project overlays the supports, networks, and resources of each partner organization to gather the most up-to-date information that will help Prince George businesses when they need it most. 

The Project

The SupportPG campaign was initially developed by the Prince George Chamber of Commerce in March 2020. Building off their success, 11 community organizations partnered together to provide support to the community during these challenging times. The partners have created a central website aimed at giving businesses access to all COVID-19 support resources. An overarching brand has also been designed, to give the website, social media channels, and marketing campaigns an instantly recognizable visual identity.

Community engagement is central to the work we do at Support PG – we encourage you to sign up for our regular newsletter, follow our social channels, and share your ideas with us! 

Thank You Pledgors!

  • Quynlan Adair, Prince George Chamber of Commerce
  • Kendall Robertson, Prince George Chamber of Commerce
  • Camila Sanchez, Tourism Prince George
  • Mark Krpan, Pernod Ricard
  • Luke Hutchison, Shift Creative
  • Braden Young
  • Jeni Arnott
  • Christina Doll, City of Prince George
  • Kev Cotter, 94.3 the GOAT
  • Colleen Van Mook, Downtown Prince George
  • Colin Carson, Tourism Prince George
  • Allan Stroet, City of Prince George
  • Melissa Barcellos, City of Prince George
  • Andy Beesley, Prince George Cougars
  • Bobbi Carpino, Salmon Valley Campground
  • Carol Hansson, As You Wish Custom Designs
  • Kim Hayhurst, The Makerie
  • Todd Corrigall, Prince George Chamber of Commerce
  • Kirstyn Wallace, Tourism Prince George
  • David Shuvera, Canadian Tire
  • Melody Weiers
  • Margaret Brevik
  • Lindsay Cotter, Prince George Airport Authority
  • Darrin Rigo, D. Rigo Photography
  • Sandro Bravo
  • Rhea Simpson, Col Juicery
  • Danielle Kissel, Hansen and Pedersen Ltd
  • Richard Rollinson
  • Selen Alpay, Canadian Tire
  • Sarah Kirk, Tourism Prince George
  • Dakota Den Duyf, Saltchuck Creative
  • Gordon Duke, Prince George Airport Authority
  • Tracey McBride, Tourism Prince George
  • Patti Perrault
  • Tyler Burbee
  • Lorna Wendling, MNP LLP
  • Matt Hutcheon, Taxwerx Canada
  • Dorothy Duke, Re/Finery Designs
  • Laurie Dillman, GO Team Professional Training
  • Sherry Mckay, Tourism Prince George
  • Sheila Littler
  • Mary, The Rusty Gate
  • Madeleine Fisher
  • Kyle Sampson, Pacific Western Brewing | City Councillor, City of Prince George
  • Sylvie Perreault
  • Nolan Nicholson, Trimline
  • Catherine Pennington, Momentum Coaching & Counselling
  • Chrisie Berry, Prince George Airport Authority
  • Rita Borkowsky
  • Darlene Alanna, Top Drawer Yarn Studio
  • Lorrie Turner
  • Mauricio Plata
  • James Deschuymer
  • Liz Mullen, North Vines Craft Winemaking
  • Wende Christie
  • Meredith Burmaster
  • Vincent Prince, Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre
  • Kelli Moorhead, JPBG
  • Annie Doran, Tourism Prince George
  • Alison Warner
  • Audrey Polard
  • Trevor Gust, Prince George Airport Authority
  • Gordon Skye, New Look Interiors
  • Scott Dobie, Bandstra Transportation Systems LTD
  • Don McDermid
  • Judy Jackson
  • Heather Hurtubise
  • Aidyl Jago, Sound Factory
  • Alex Kassies
  • Roy Girard
  • Jeni Robinson
  • Michelle Kenny
  • Amber Cross, Buskers Rock Merch and Venue
  • Krista Whyman, Buskers Rock Merch and Venue
  • Stephanie Stewart
  • Lana Schulli, Winmar Property Restoration Specialists
  • Heidi Martel, Settings Event Design + Decor
  • Tanner Moulton, Coastal GasLink
  • Kiel Giddens, TC Energy
  • Stefania Brandner, Stefania Mariaa Coaching
  • Rick Ablett
  • Mike Peterson
  • Cam Roberts, Laser Line Painting
  • Diana Mould
  • Terrill Bodner, Terrill Bodner Photography
  • Launi Brown, Forest Power Sports Ltd
  • Ken Ponsford
  • Angel Robbestad
  • Jackie Rioux, Ladybug Wellness
  • Crystal Livingston, Flagship Accounting & Management Services Inc.


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Media Contact


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Community Partners

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Chamber of Commerce Prince George

The Prince George Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business in our community for more than a century. As strong advocates to all levels of government on behalf our members, the Chamber has been instrumental in the development and implementation of sound policy that positively impacts businesses, their owners and teams. 

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Tourism Prince George

Tourism Prince George is a not-for-profit society that is governed by tourism industry stakeholders through an appointed Board of Directors. They have a full time staff of eight to carry out both Destination Marketing and Visitor Services activities for the community. All Prince George tourism businesses and organizations become stakeholders automatically.

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City of Prince George

Together with local and regional partners, the City of Prince George works toward ensuring the continued strength of the local economy by facilitating the retention and expansion of existing businesses, attracting businesses to expand and diversify the economy, advocating for increased workforce capacity, and marketing the city of Prince George to attract and retain businesses and residents.

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Downtown Prince George

Downtown Prince George (Prince George Downtown Business Improvement Association) is a non-profit society that serves all property owners and business tenants in the C1 Downtown Zone. The organization’s mandate is to promote and advocate for a better downtown through partnerships, programs, promotions and events that will attract business owners and citizens to live, work and play downtown.

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Prince George Airport Authority

Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, the Prince George Airport (YXS) is proud to not only serve the residents and communities of Northern BC, but also guests from around the world. The Prince George Airport Authority (PGAA) has taken steps to protect the health and safety of passengers as much as possible.

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Community Futures Fraser Fort George

Community Futures Fraser Fort George (CF FFG) is a small business resource centre that supports businesses through all phases of their lifecycle. Whether starting a business, considering expansion or looking to purchase or sell a business, they are here to help. Their no-charge coaching includes support for business planning, pivoting an existing business, expanding market(s), or any other focus in the realm of business decision-making.


Northern BC Tourism Association

Northern BC Tourism Association (NBCTA) is one of five regional destination management organizations in the province representing Destination BC, a Provincial Crown Corporation. They are a non-profit association that promotes and develops tourism activity in the region collaboratively with stakeholders and partners.

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Women's Enterprise Centre

Women’s Enterprise Centre is a non-profit organization devoted to helping BC women start, lead and grow their own business. WEC has fueled the success of women-led businesses since 1995, providing business advice, skills training, mentoring, practical resources and a supportive community to help women business owners gain the skills, mindset, financing and networks they need to realize their business potential.


Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre

The Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre is a nonprofit organization that supports business, community and economic development. This includes assisting entrepreneurs and communities with market research, business plan development, financial forecasting, small business loan acquisition, community development, training, and much more.

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College of New Caledonia

CNC remains deeply rooted in their region – their ways, their actions, and their offerings are distinctly tied to northern BC. At CNC, you get a relevant and local education with the programming you need to be successful. With our six community campuses, CNC lets you learn where you live. 


University of Northern British Columbia

UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment. As one of BC’s research-intensive universities, they bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. 

Special Thanks and Acknowledgements

Thank you to all of our SupportPG sponsors and media partners! Learn more about our contributors.

Shift Creative Solutions

D. Rigo Photography

Z. Dallas Photography

Papyrus Printing

Prince George Citizen


My PG Now

99.3 The Drive

101.3 The River


Country 97 FM

94.3 The Goat

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