George Baker is a radio producer for CBC Daybreak North based out of Prince Rupert in northwest British Columbia. Twitter: @cbcbakergeorget
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Spike in graffiti leaves Vancouver businesses counting another cost of the pandemic
Around 2,300 businesses had to remove external graffiti between March and August, the city says. That's a 67 per cent increase from the same time period the year before.
Moose enters Prince George man's garage to lick pickup
A Prince George man got a surprise when a moose decided to wander into his garage and lick his pickup.
Bitcoin farm proposed for former B.C. sawmill site
Cryptocurrency company looks to set up supercomputers at an old sawmill site in Houston B.C.
Northern B.C. gets its first bitcoin ATM as the value of cryptocurrency surges
The first bitcoin ATM north of Pemberton, B.C., has been installed in Prince Rupert as the value of the digital currency reaches record highs.
Hammy, the deer with a purple hammock on his head, is evading conservation officers
Conservation officers are trying to capture Hammy in order to remove a piece of purple hammock stuck in his antlers, but the young buck is proving elusive.
'A lot of them have been sleeping in garbage bins': new homeless camp shows negative side of economic growth
A small homeless camp has been erected outside Prince Rupert's city hall, prompting Mayor Lee Brain to call on the province to improve affordability in northwest B.C.
14 rescued from overnight flooding of Kitimat River
Fourteen campers including two 94-year-olds had to be rescued early Monday after heavy rains caused the Kitimat River to quickly overflow its banks.
Trump's tough stance on softwood complicates future for northern B.C. reserve
Expensive new duties already sees hours cut for some staff
Haida Gwaii refugee in mourning after brother is killed in targeted attack
Hassan Sirhan says his brother, Abdullah, died after a vehicle he was in was hit with a missile. He was in Syria to volunteer with the White Helmets, part of the Syrian Civil Defence.
Bird lovers worry eagles are having trouble finding food after local dump closes
The number of bald eagles spotted in Terrace, B.C. has declined dramatically since the closure of a landfill north of town in November 2016.