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Weekend Review for Feb. 21: Greyhound leaving northern B.C., the Haida connection to Black Panther, recruiting doctors and nurses, author revisits Prince George tragedy, mother calls for drug decriminalization
Feb 23, 2018
Catch up on the best stories from northern British Columbia. This episode:
1. Haida animator Josh Samuels makes Wakanda come alive in 'Black Panther'
2. Greyhound gets permission to leave northern B.C.
3. Grande Prairie's Aaron Peck plans to win the Iditarod
4. Prince George-born author Kim Purcell returns to city for fictionalized take on the tragic death of her high shcool friend
5. Nursing shortage threatening patient safety in northern B.C., auditor general report finds
6. Dr. Mallory Quinn returns to Smithers to take on family practice and share ideas for getting more medical professionals in the north
7. Prince George mother calls for drug decriminalization after daughter's overdose death
8. Getting your garden ready in winter with Dunster farmer Pete Amyoony
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