CKPG Today is a brand new local talk show coming to Northern BC this month! The show will focus on food, home décor, fashion, and local events. Tune in weekdays at 12:15 pm, 3:15 pm, and 11:15 pm starting October 12th.
The Prince George Farmers’ Market hosted a fundraiser to raise money for the legendary farmer himself, John Ryser, after a life changing accident. Together, our community helped to raise more than eight thousand dollars for his recovery and care.
This collaborative local food box program and online store supplies fresh local and provincial produce to the Prince George community. The Buy to Give program donates each food box purchased to someone or a family in need!
For the third time in seven years, Maclean’s Magazine has ranked the University of Northern British Columbia as the top university in its category in Canada! UNBC was ranked first in the Primarily Undergraduate category out of 19 post-secondary institutions. Way to go!
This great new business is hosting its grand opening on September 3rd! Enjoy a cup of coffee, freshly baked treats, sandwiches, salads, soups and more at its location on Victoria Street. Welcome to the neighbourhood!
This brand new vet clinic has committed to raising money and participating in the 10th annual Climb for Alzheimer’s. From September 1st to 21st, the Birchwood Veterinary team will be hiking and raising funds to benefit the Alzheimer Society of BC.
The classic Canadian coffee chain is hosting the Smile Cookie Campaign from September 13th to 19th. The money raised will benefit the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation which aims to support better health outcomes in Northern BC. Since 2002, Tim Hortons has raised more than $420,000 for the local healthcare foundation.
This local team participated in the BC Cancer Foundation Tour de Cure in August to raise money for cancer research! Riders raised more than $177,000 for cancer research and enhancements to care here in Northern BC. Each participant conquered 50, 100, or 160 kilometres… way to go!
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.
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