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Funk makes Cougars history as Cats clinch second BC Division title

It was a banner night for the Prince George Cougars as they picked up a 6-5 shootout win over the Kelowna Rockets. With the win, the Cougars clinched their second franchise BC Division title. The 4,768 fans at Prospera Place were treated a back-and-forth game right down to the buzzer, as...

Housing expert offers insight into provincial budget

A housing expert says the provincial budget shows some promise in addressing housing, but it will take a combined effort from all levels of government to fix the crisis.  The province announced more money in their budget for support for families, housing and healthcare with more deficits for the future...

Lotto Max ticket purchased on PlayNow wins $18 million

Someone in BC is $18 million richer. A Lotto Max ticket purchased on PlayNow matched all seven numbers to win the $18 million. The winning numbers were 8, 16, 24, 28, 40, 41, and 47. According to the BC Lottery Corporation, the odds of winning a Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in...

Cougars earn big win in Kamloops to inch closer to BC Division title

The Prince George Cougars are now one win away from their second BC Division banner following a 5-1 win over the Kamloops Blazers. Borya Valis and Terik Parascak led the way for the Cougars, as they each scored a pair of goals in front of 4,411 fans at the Sandman...

BC Teachers Federation says status quo budget will not put a dent into teaching shortage

"We've been clear for the months that the status quo has lots of gaps." That's from BC Teachers Federation President Clint Johnston regarding the 2024 Budget and how it does not include a targeted teacher recruitment fund to shore up staffing shortages in the K-12 system. He told Vista Radio while...

Lhtako Quesnel 2024 BC Winter Games OFFICIALLY underway

A packed West Fraser Centre in Quesnel hosted the opening ceremonies of the Lhtako Quesnel 2024 BC Winter Games last (Thursday) night. There was a lot of singing and dancing. The InSong Quesnel Youth Choir started off the night with “O Canada.” 13-year old Ethan Smith delivered a couple of impressive songs...