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Come take a look inside the Kin Centre Complex Enhancement Project tonight at 7:30pm at the Kin Centre Atrium

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Who can tell us where this picture was taken and how many carvings like this, there are in this park? #princegeorge

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What do you think of the the new vinyl-wrapped electrical box at the corner of 15th Avenue and Ospika Blvd?

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Staff are celebrating Sports & Jersey Day down while setting up for our Welcoming International Student Event

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Watermain break in the Southridge area, for more info follow this link.

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Our welders got creative and made these bike racks for the CN Centre! Who's biking to the next concert?

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Draft Official Community Plan Open House is on now till 4pm and again 6pm till 9pm. #PrinceGeorge Civic Centre

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doing a feature on the City's social media and online communications. Check it out tonight

Mayor Rogers signs declaration ending state of local emergency at 7pm in #princegeorge.

Cpl. Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park in #princegeorge.

Acting Mayor Dave Wilbur officially opens Cpl. Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park in #princegeorge.

Fire Chief John Lane briefs local media on latest #princegeorge flood information.

Use caution around #princegeorge rivers. Levels are being monitored hourly for potential floods.

Currently we are on Ospika southbound lanes between Massey and Ferry. More paving to continue the rest of the week, depending on the weather.

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We want to hear what you are proud of in your neighbourhood. Look for us at Ft. George Park.

Mayor Dan Rogers, Minister Shirley Bond, and Chief Dominic Frederick kick off Canada Day in PG.

Resurfacing finishing up on Ospika Boulevard north bound lanes between 5th and 15th Avenues

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Former PG resident Ron Lind speaks about why he donated to help build McMillan Creek Fishing Park

City officially opens McMillan Creek Fishing Park, a $133K project to increase civic pride.

What are you proud of in your #princegeorge neighbourhood? Blackburn engagement session begins #mypg

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