Category: Featured

A bartender at the BX Pub

Featured Business: The BX Pub

Christina Doll  When the Provincial Health Officer put restrictions in place to flatten the curve of COVID-19 in mid-March, some businesses closed their doors temporarily. Now that these restrictions are being relaxed, businesses like The BX Pub are starting to reopen with enhanced safety protocols in place. BX Pub owners and management have taken extensive measures to ensure their customers feel safe as they get accustomed to the “new normal.” Patrons are now directed to enter through the front doors and exit through the side doors that lead to the patio. All customers are required to sanitize their hands before they seat themselves

Northern Lights Estate Winery wine basket

Featured Business: Northern Lights Estate Winery

Christina Doll While planning a response to a pandemic is difficult for any business owner, one local entrepreneur has viewed the operational challenges presented by COVID-19 as an opportunity for innovation. Northern Lights Estate Winery Owner Doug Bell made some hard decisions after the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic in mid-March to ensure the well-being of his employees, including closing dine-in service at the Bistro and setting up many of his administrative and sales teams to work remotely. “As the weeks progressed, however, our teams turned their attention to the future. Whenever there is a problem, there is an opportunity,”

Featured Business: Nancy O’s & Betulla Burning

Kendall Robertson How long will I be shut down? What will happen to my staff? Will my business survive? These are all questions the owners of Betulla Burning and Nancy O’s restaurants asked themselves early into BC’s COVID-19 outbreak. Co-owner, Eoin Foley made the decision to close the doors with the hopes that they could wait out the storm. “That was one of the toughest business decisions we’ve ever had to make,” says Foley. Both restaurants were closed for more than a month. Nancy O’s and Betulla Burning have since reopened for take-out and delivery, utilizing their own staff as

Wild Rose Wellness

Wild Rose Wellness

Chelsea Gibson is an international best-selling author, life coach and global facilitator based right here in Prince George, BC. Chelsea embodies the joy of living and is ready to contribute to you creating your joyful life. Wild Rose Wellness is offering private coaching sessions, buy one, get one free by phone or Zoom to support your mental and emotional health during this time. Subscribe to Chelsea’s YouTube Channel for a free uplifting video series with pragmatic tools to keep you positive during this time with new videos uploaded daily! You can also purchase online programs at 60% off including the

Park Drive-In

Park Drive-In Theater

The Park Drive-in Theater will be opening for another great season on May 1st with new processes and procedures to ensure they are keeping patrons safe. The theater has been part of the Prince George community for many years and is a much loved attraction located just off of Chief Lake Road. The team at Park Drive-in Theater have implemented the following regulations: Limiting attendance to half of the parking capacity Changing hours of operation to offer more viewing times with one movie per evening Restricting payment to debit and credit only  Offering pre-ordered concession with delivery to vehicle Placing

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