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Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams

Arthur Williams is a reporter for the Prince George Citizen.

Recent Work by Arthur

Northern B.C. aluminum smelter completes 16km hydroelectric tunnel

Northern B.C. aluminum smelter completes 16km hydroelectric tunnel

The billion-dollar project uses water diverted from the Nechako River watershed to power Rio Tinto’s aluminum smelter in Kitimat, B.C.
BC Housing staff played key role in Moccasin Flats demolition, city emails show

BC Housing staff played key role in Moccasin Flats demolition, city emails show

Part 3 of a three-part series
Veterinarian program ‘a high priority’ for UNBC

Veterinarian program ‘a high priority’ for UNBC

UNBC is actively seeking a partner university to develop a shared veterinarian medicine program for northern B.C.
Veterinary medicine program to be considered at UNBC

Veterinary medicine program to be considered at UNBC

The B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training will investigate the possibility, following advocacy by two northern B.C. regional districts.
UNBC professor named to Senate

UNBC professor named to Senate

Dr. Margo Greenwood of Prince George will sit as an independent B.C. senator
Prince George MP opens up about abusive childhood

Prince George MP opens up about abusive childhood

Cariboo-Prince George MP Todd Doherty spoke about the brutal physical abuse he and his brothers suffered, during a debate on mental health in the House of Commons.
Former Prince George RCMP superintendent to lead Ottawa police

Former Prince George RCMP superintendent to lead Ottawa police

The Ottawa Police Services Board announced on Friday that Eric Stubbs will be the next Ottawa chief of police.
Update: Prince George hit by 3.4 magnitude earthquake

Update: Prince George hit by 3.4 magnitude earthquake

Earthquakes Canada is reporting a 3.4 magnitude earthquake, 32 km southwest of Prince George.
UNBC researcher testing safety of wood-steel hybrid buildings

UNBC researcher testing safety of wood-steel hybrid buildings

Professor Ramla Qureshi testing buildings’ ability to handle fires, earthquakes and other hazards.
Valemount forced to appoint two councillors

Valemount forced to appoint two councillors

Only two candidates were nominated for four seats on the Village of Valemount council.
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