Nov. 30 Community: Christmas cheer this weekend

...and Prince George RCMP issues Canada-wide Warrant

Vanderhoof Christmas fun: Craft Fair, Art Walk

On Dec. 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the annual Christmas Craft Fair will take place at W. L. McLeod Elementary. All proceeds will go towards Grade 6 students’ year-end field trip.

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., many local artists are showcasing their work over four locations in town: Vanderhoof Public Library, Burrard Artist Studios, Mary Lynn Designs and Art Gallery, and The Daily Perk Coffee House and Bistro.


Wanted: Canada-wide

On Nov. 7, Prince George RCMP issued a Canada Wide Warrant for Dillan John Cote, 22, after he failed to return to his designated residence. Cote, described as a Caucasian male 173 centimetres tall, weighing  61 kg, and has brown hair and blue eyes.


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