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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams is a reporter for the Prince George Citizen.

Recent Work by Arthur

City of Prince George tried to silence UNBC critics, emails show

City of Prince George tried to silence UNBC critics, emails show

City staff tried to suppress the dissemination of an opinion piece written by a group of UNBC faculty which criticized the city’s efforts to clean up the tent encampment known as Moccasin Flats.
MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

Completion of four megaprojects over the next two years will end thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity.
MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

MEGABUST: Northern B.C.’s megaproject boom coming to an end

Completion of four megaprojects over the next two years will end thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity.
Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

The deal responds to a court ruling that the province violated the nation’s Treaty 8 rights.
Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

The deal responds to a court ruling that the province violated the nation’s Treaty 8 rights.
Rally held to protest closure of Prince George pulp mill

Rally held to protest closure of Prince George pulp mill

Roughly 100 people gathered in Canada Games Plaza, outside an event where Premier David Eby was speaking.
City of Prince George suspends mandatory COVID-19 vaccine program

City of Prince George suspends mandatory COVID-19 vaccine program

Unvaccinated employees on unpaid leave would have been terminated on Jan. 15.
Pulp line at Prince George Pulp and Paper closing permanently

Pulp line at Prince George Pulp and Paper closing permanently

The closure is expected to result in roughly 300 jobs being eliminated.
Pulp line at Prince George Pulp and Paper closing permanently

Pulp line at Prince George Pulp and Paper closing permanently

The closure is expected to result in roughly 300 jobs being eliminated.
Prince George is B.C.'s crime capital, StatCan data shows

Prince George is B.C.'s crime capital, StatCan data shows

Prince George, Victoria, Vancouver, Chilliwack and New Westminster are the most dangerous cities among B.C.'s 20 biggest municipalities.
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