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Northern B.C. mayors meet to reduce crime

A police car on a northern B.C. road (Betsy Trumpener/CBC)

Leaders from across northern B.C. are meeting in Prince George today to discuss crime. Mayors and police chiefs from Prince George, Prince Rupert, Terrace, Dawson Creek, Fort St John, Williams Lake, and Quesnel are meeting to discuss how they can work together to reduce crime across the region. A city of Prince George spokesperson has said there is no agenda for the meetings, opting for an open and wide-ranging discussion. Meetings begin at 10 am.

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