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British Columbia

Professional Reliance

This week we ask, “has the public’s trust in professionals been eroded?” A massive question and one that has been top of mind for some as the provincial government, under fresh NDP leadership, has announced […]

British Columbia

PG PIRG’s Radical Poetry Night

The Radical Voices Poetry Night showcased a number of local, extremely talented poets. The event was hosted by PG PIRG (Prince George Public Interest Research Group) at the Thirsty Moose Pub on January 30, from […]

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Culture

90's

Nineties Kids

Here’s to the kids who never put down their skateboards. Despite fresh grey in their sideburns they still deem four wheels on a plank— sans helmet and pads, of course— a more than acceptable way […]

Arts

An Ode to Beets

A couple of weeks ago, I volunteered with the Good Food Box program, which is run by UNBC’s PGPIRG, and is essentially a box full of local fruits and vegetables for only $15. It definitely […]

Arts

90's

Nineties Kids

Here’s to the kids who never put down their skateboards. Despite fresh grey in their sideburns they still deem four wheels on a plank— sans helmet and pads, of course— a more than acceptable way […]

Arts

An Ode to Beets

A couple of weeks ago, I volunteered with the Good Food Box program, which is run by UNBC’s PGPIRG, and is essentially a box full of local fruits and vegetables for only $15. It definitely […]

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Arts

The Bitter Cold

The big night is here. As her mother waves goodbye, She wonders what it will be like. The lights. The music. The people. Her white-blonde hair shines In ringlets Past her shoulders. Her white dress […]

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