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Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen

Born and raised in Prince George, Hanna Petersen is a graduate of UNBC. She then abandoned her hometown for the East Coast, graduating with a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in the process. Upon returning to her home province, she worked as a reporter on northern Vancouver Island but is now more than happy to be back in good, old PG. Find her on Twitter, @hannaepeter.

Recent Work by Hanna

It’s time to talk about taxes in the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George

It’s time to talk about taxes in the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George

The RDFFG approved it’s 2019 Budget
These Prince George dogs need to find their furrever homes

These Prince George dogs need to find their furrever homes

A number of the dogs needing homes are seniors who had a rough start in life
Prince George nursing students are collecting flip flops for orphans in Bangalore

Prince George nursing students are collecting flip flops for orphans in Bangalore

CNC will deliver the flip flops during practicum in India
Prince George Search and Rescue celebrating preparedness of overdue snowmobilers

Prince George Search and Rescue celebrating preparedness of overdue snowmobilers

The men lost communication while snowmobiling in the Pine Pass
These Prince George dental clinics are giving a day of free care for low-income seniors

These Prince George dental clinics are giving a day of free care for low-income seniors

All four Family Dental Care locations are participating in Give Back Smile Back
B.C. Hydro wants to give your Prince George community organization money

B.C. Hydro wants to give your Prince George community organization money

Applications are now open for two B.C. Hydro community grants
PHOTOS: UNBC highlights campus diversity with first-ever Global U celebration

PHOTOS: UNBC highlights campus diversity with first-ever Global U celebration

“We need to take pause and think about the importance of inclusion and acceptance.”
There were two overdose deaths in Prince George in January

There were two overdose deaths in Prince George in January

Stats show a decrease in deaths across the province
Prince George is under an air quality advisory because of dusty roads

Prince George is under an air quality advisory because of dusty roads

Road traffic is stirring up winter traction materials
Rise and shine, Prince George!

Rise and shine, Prince George!

Today's high is 12 C