This great local restaurant is also doing its part to raise money for Indigenous non-profits by donating a dollar from every sale of its house beer to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society all month long.
On July 1st, this tattoo shop opted to host a fundraiser. The proceeds from each tattoo were donated to “Find Our Lost Children,” a Go-Fund Me started by a survivor of the Kuper Island Residential School and the Native Women’s Association of Canada.
This great local hair salon designed orange shirts to honour those affected by the residential school system in Canada. Proceeds from the sale of each t-shirt are donated to the Orange Shirt Society.
During the heatwave in June, the Prince George Public Library opened its doors to anyone looking to cool off. Staff also provided bottled water for those needing to stay hydrated.
This brand new downtown business officially opened its doors on June 2nd! Visit them on George Street for delicious donuts, soups, sandwiches, and other treats. Congratulations and welcome to the Prince George business community!
This local organization is helping to make period products more accessible for those living in Northern BC! The Period Promise campaign is hoping to collect more than 500 thousand menstrual products or equivalent in financial donations before the end of June! Click here to learn more.
This great local business has been showing their support for others by featuring a “Local Business of the Month”! Gym-goers can read more information about the featured businesses when they visit the Anytime Fitness location in Spruceland. Way to #SupportPG!
This amazing local event is optimistic it will be able to go ahead with it’s September 24th-26th dates! It will ultimately depend on COVID-19 restrictions and regulations in B.C., but we look forward to participating in the 2021 event – however it is delivered!
This brand new business opened its doors on May 1st! The gallery is located on 6th and George Street and it showcases contemporary artwork from both local and Canadian artists.
REAPS hosted the annual Spring Clean Up event that saw thousands of Prince George residents hit the streets to pick up trash. In total, more than 2100 people pitched in and cleaned up 312 kilometres of city roadways. Way to go!
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