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News Release -January 5, 2024

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The REALTOR® members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board (BCNREB) reported 4233 property sales worth $1.7 billion in 2023 through the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®), down from last year’s 5071 sales worth $2 billion.

Sales in the BC Northern region declined in all three months of the final quarter of 2023. At 867 seasonally adjusted sales, the fourth quarter total was the third-lowest level since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Seasonally adjusted active listings continued to rise and, with 1,913 units in the fourth quarter, are now just 7 per cent below the number of listings active on the MLS® system in the Northern board area when the pandemic began. The current level of active listings, however, remains well short of the level needed for the market to be balanced if sales return to their historical norms. The average price in the board declined to roughly $408,000 in the fourth quarter, roughly 5 per cent from its peak in the second quarter of 2020. The seasonally adjusted average days on market rose to 72.

Markets around the Board region varied. Sales rose from the prior quarter in Prince Rupert, Quesnel, 100 Mile House, and Williams Lake, while declining in Kitimat, Prince George, Fort St John, Smithers, and Terrace. Overall, the housing market in the BC Northern Board area remains soft as high interest rates have constrained affordability for buyers. However, fixed-rate mortgage rates have declined in recent months as financial markets price in expectations that the Bank of Canada will cut its overnight rate in 2024. As these expectations become certainties, mortgage rates will fall further, which is likely to provide a tailwind for sales in the region and encourage a recovery in sales in the spring.

By Region

Cariboo Region

100 Mile House: 371 properties worth $158.5 million sold this year through MLS®, compared with 490 properties worth $209.9 million in 2022. The 125 single-family homes that sold in 2023 had a median value (half sold for less) of $475,000. In addition, 80 parcels of vacant land, 99 homes on acreage, 29 manufactured homes on land, 18 manufactured homes in parks, and 11 recreational properties changed hands in 2023. At the end of December, there were 230 properties of all types available for sale through MLS® in the 100 Mile House area, up from the 75 properties at the end of 2022.

Williams Lake: 369 sales worth $141 million were reported through MLS® in 2023, down from 442 sales worth $169.7 million the previous year. Half of the 119 single-family homes sold in 2023 sold for less than $456,000. 39 parcels of vacant land, 95 homes on acreage, 20 townhouses, 36 manufactured homes in parks and 30 manufactured homes on land were also sold in 2023. At the end of December, there were 149 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Williams Lake area, up from the 55 properties at the same time last year.

Quesnel: 310 properties changed hands in 2023 through MLS®, down from 386 that were sold in 2022. The value of these properties was $104.5 million ($124.7 million in 2022). The median value of the 134 single-family homes sold in 2023 was $379,250. In addition, 32 parcels of vacant land, 62 homes on acreage, 27 manufactured homes in parks and a further 32 on land were reported sold in 2023. At year-end, there were 164 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Quesnel area, up from 67 properties at the end of 2022.

Northwest Region

Iskut/Atlin: 9 properties worth $7.7 million have changed hands in 2023; compared to 3 properties worth $1.3 million in 2022. As of December 31st, there were 9 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Iskut/Atlin area.

Hazelton/Highway 37: 27 properties worth $8.1 million have changed hands in 2023; compared to 40 properties worth $13.1 million in 2022. As of December 31st, there were 17 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Hazelton/Highway 37 area.

Prince Rupert: 156 properties worth $61.8 million changed hands in 2023 compared with 192 properties worth $88.9 million in 2022. Half of the 107 single-family homes sold in 2023 sold for less than $420,000. In addition, 13 parcels of vacant land, 7 townhouses and 4 half-duplexes sold in 2023. At year-end, there were 125 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Prince Rupert area, up from the 34 properties at the same time last year.

Terrace: 271 properties sold in 2023 were worth $116.2 million compared with 2022’s 277 properties worth $114.8 million. Of the 147 single-family homes that changed hands, half sold for less than $499,900. In addition, 15 parcels of vacant land, 25 homes on acreage, 24 manufactured homes in parks and a further 25 on land sold in 2023. As of December 31st, there were 130 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Terrace area, up from the 45 properties available at December 31, 2022.

Kitimat: 184 properties worth $85.7 million changed hands in 2023 compared to the 202 properties worth $72.8 million that sold in 2022. The median value of the 115 single-family homes sold in 2023 was $375,000. In addition, 28 half-duplexes and 19 townhouses were sold. At year-end, there were 90 properties of all types available in the Kitimat area, which is up from 37 at December 31, 2022.

Bulkley Nechako Region

Houston: 55 properties worth $16.7 million changed hands in 2023, compared to the 73 properties worth $21.8 million that sold in 2022. The median value of the 24 single-family homes sold was $229,950. As of December 31st, there were 38 properties of all types available in the Houston area.

Smithers: REALTORS® reported 157 sales worth $80.8 million in 2023, compared to 175 sales worth $82.7 million in 2022. The median value of the 70 single-family homes that sold in 2023, was $495,000. 10 parcels of vacant land, 42 homes on acreage, 12 manufactured homes in parks and a further 6 on land also changed hands in 2023. At year-end, there were 57 properties of all types available in the Smithers area, compared with 25 at December 31, 2022.

Burns Lake: 52 properties with a value of $15 million sold in 2023 compared with 70 worth $18.9 million in 2022. Half of the 15 single-family homes that sold, sold for less than $325,800. 16 parcels of vacant land, 18 homes on acreage and 1 manufactured home on land also changed hands in 2023. As of December 31st, there were 61 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Burns Lake area, up from 27 at the end of 2022.

Vanderhoof: 117 properties sold in 2023 were worth $42.5 million, compared with 2022’s 103 properties worth $33.2 million. Of the 43 single-family homes that sold in 2023, half sold for less than $295,000. In addition, 18 parcels of vacant land, 31 homes on acreage, 4 manufactured homes in parks and a further 9 manufactured homes on land changed hands in 2023. As of December 31st, there were 53 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Vanderhoof area, compared with 23 properties a year ago.

In Fort St. James 37 properties worth $9.7 million sold in 2023, compared to 61 properties worth $13 million in 2022. At year-end, there were 32 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Fort St. James area, compared to 8 at the same time last year.

Northern Region

Fort St. John: 587 properties with a value of $236 million sold in 2023, down from 653 properties worth $271.4 million that sold in 2022. Of the 258 single-family homes sold in 2023, half sold for less than $378,500. In addition, 24 parcels of vacant land, 65 half-duplexes, 52 homes on acreage, 22 manufactured homes in parks and a further 61 on land sold in 2023. At the end of December, there were 444 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Fort St. John area, up from the 198 properties at the end of 2022.

Fort Nelson: 74 properties sold through MLS® in 2023 were worth $14.6 million, down from 2022’s 82 properties worth $14 million. Half of the 31 single-family homes sold in 2023, sold for less than $125,000. There were 5 homes on acreage and 3 townhouses also sold in 2023. As of December 31st, there were 86 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Fort Nelson area, up from the 35 properties on December 31, 2022.

Fraser Fort George Region

Mackenzie: 61 properties worth $11.3 million were reported sold in 2023, compared with 2022’s 111 properties worth $19.2 million. The median value of the 43 single-family homes that sold in 2023 was $185,000. At year-end, there were 60 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Mackenzie area, up from the 36 properties at the same time in 2022.

Prince George: 1132 properties worth $512.5 million sold in 2023, compared with 1376 properties worth $637.4 million in 2022. At year-end, there were 595 properties of all types available through MLS® compared to 203 properties at the end of 2022.

In the area west of the by-pass, half of the 195 single-family homes sold in 2023, sold for less than $451,000. As well, 46 apartment units and 36 townhouses changed hands in 2023. As of December 31st, there were 47 single-family homes available through MLS® in this area of the City, compared to 11 at the same time last year.

East of the by-pass 32 apartment units, 11 half-duplexes, and 29 townhouses sold in 2023. The 143 single-family homes sold had a median value of $370,000. At the end of December there were 40 single-family homes available for sale through MLS® in this area compared with 10 at the end of 2022.

In the northern part of the city, 23 homes on acreage, 29 manufactured homes in parks and a further 44 manufactured homes on land sold in 2023. Of the 133 single-family homes sold, half sold for less than $510,000. As of December 31st, there were 23 single-family homes available through MLS® in this area of the City compared with 12 at the end of 2022.

In the southwest sector 14 half-duplexes, 18 townhouses, 5 homes on acreage, 9 manufactured homes in parks and a further 10 manufactured homes on land sold in 2023. Half of the 198 single-family homes sold in 2023 sold for less than $593,500. At year-end, there were 40 single-family homes available for sale through MLS® in the southwest sector, compared with the 16 at the end of 2022.

The members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board are committed to improving the Quality of Life in their communities. The BC Northern Real Estate Board supports the growth which encourages economic vitality, provides housing opportunities and builds communities with good schools and safe neighbourhoods. The REALTOR® members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board serve the real estate needs of the communities from Fort Nelson in the north to 100 Mile House in the south and from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii.

 

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Average Selling Price (Year to Date)

MLS® Reported Sales – Single-family Residential

BC Northern Real Estate Board

 

Community

December 31, 2021

Units

December 31, 2022

Units

December 31, 2023

Units

100 Mile House

412,762

180

485,353

149

494,682

125

Williams Lake

377,430

212

432,770

151

477,947

119

Quesnel

340,943

153

392,092

129

391,706

134

Prince Rupert

426,616

183

449,993

135

423,522

107

Houston

226,830

44

280,402

42

228,093

24

Smithers

435,787

88

512,228

70

517,291

70

Burns Lake

240,957

26

269,117

17

341,236

15

Vanderhoof

269,723

64

298,289

42

309,670

43

Fort St. James

247,382

34

309,947

19

284,750

21

Fort St. John

396,353

403

408,644

299

406,015

258

Fort Nelson

206,791

35

192,691

27

158,096

31

Mackenzie

177,635

78

183,404

86

181,716

43

Prince George

458,560

1079

524,204

831

500,320

677

Terrace

475,280

204

489,882

157

506,226

147

Kitimat

388,399

115

379,132

143

377,824

115

 

Consumers are reminded that real estate is a local commodity and average price can only give an indication of trends. Contact a REALTOR® in your community to determine the value of specific properties.

Charts by Community: Active Listings and Average Days on Market and Sales and Average Price

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BC Northern:

  

100 Mile House:

  

 Williams Lake:

  

 Quesnel:

  

Prince Rupert:

  

Terrace:

  

Kitimat:

  

Smithers:

  

Prince George:

  

Fort St. John:

  

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For more information about local conditions, contact:     

Breanne Cote, Chair (Prince George)                                       250-564-4488
Kristine Newell, Vice Chair (Prince George)                             250-563-1000
Wynnette Lowes, Past Chair (Fort St. John)                            250-787-2100
Cameron McLeod, Director (Prince George)                           250-981-6774
Kristin Houghtaling, Director (Prince George)                          250-564-4488
Shannon Horrigan, Director (Prince George)                           250-612-2346
Victor Khong, Director (Horsefly)                                              250-620-3440
Vanita Des Mazes, Director (Smithers)                                    250-847-5999
Sheila Love, Director (Terrace)                                                 250-638-1400
Guillaume Fortin, Public Director (Prince George)                   250-640-9079
Jason Ryll, Public Director (Williams Lake)                              250-267-7955

News Release -October 6, 2023

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The BC Northern Real Estate Board reports 3354 properties worth $1.4 billion sold through the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in the first nine months of 2023. At this time last year, 4210 properties worth $1.7 billion had changed hands. As of September 30th, there were 3428 properties of all types available for sale through the MLS®, up from 1245 properties at the end of September last year.

Sales in the BC Northern region continued to gradually recover in the third quarter of 2023, rising to 960 sales on a seasonally adjusted basis, up from this time last year but still below average for the region. Active listings remain hit 1,741 on a seasonally adjusted basis, a level which the region has been stuck at since this time last year. This level of active listings is below balanced market levels and also well below the level of listings that prevailed prior to the pandemic. The average price for the board hovered around $408,000 in the third quarter, a level not far from the peak of $431,000 which was hit in the second quarter of 2022. The seasonally adjusted average days on market were largely unchanged from the previous quarter at 73.

Markets around the Board region varied. Sales rose from the prior quarter in Prince George, Prince Rupert, Fort St John, 100 Mile House, and Williams Lake, while declining in Kitimat, Smithers, Terrace, and Quesnel. Overall, the housing market in the BC Northern Board area remains soft as high and rising interest rates have constrained affordability for buyers. With mortgage rates expected to remain high into 2024 amid softening labour markets and economic growth, sales are anticipated to remain cool into 2024.

By Region:

Cariboo Region:

100 Mile House: So far, this year 292 properties worth $121.5 million have changed hands, compared to 422 properties worth $185.7 million to the end of September in 2022. Half of the 102 single-family homes that have sold, sold for less than $475,000 and took, on average, 74 days to sell. In addition, 67 parcels of vacant land, 69 homes on acreage, 15 manufactured homes in parks and a further 24 manufactured homes on land, as well as 9 recreational properties have sold this year. As of September 30th, there were 408 properties of all types available for purchase through the MLS® in the 100 Mile House area.

Williams Lake: 277 properties worth $104.5 million have sold in the first nine months, compared to 353 properties worth $138.5 million in the same period last year. Of the 90 single-family homes sold to the end of September, half sold for less than $468,500 and these homes took, on average, 50 days to sell. In addition, 31 parcels of vacant land, 16 townhomes, 69 homes on acreage, and 27 manufactured homes in parks and a further 24 on land, have sold this year. At the end of September, there were 236 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Williams Lake area.

Quesnel: To the end of September, 245 properties worth $82.6 million sold through MLS® compared to 330 properties worth $106.5 million to the end of the third quarter of 2022. Half of the 105 single-family homes sold so far this year, sold for less than $390,000 and took, on average, 63 days to sell. Also changing hands this year were 25 parcels of vacant land, 49 homes on acreage, 22 manufactured homes in parks and 26 manufactured homes on land. At the end of September, there were 238 properties of all types available for purchase through the MLS® in the Quesnel area.

Northwest Region:

Iskut/Atlin: 6 properties worth $1.6 million have changed hands so far this year, compared to 3 properties worth $1.3 million in 2022. At the end of September, there were 13 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Iskut/Atlin area.

Hazelton/Highway 37: 20 properties worth $6.8 million have changed hands so far this year in the Hazelton/Highway 37 area, compared to 34 properties worth $11.1 million in 2022. At the end of September, there were 30 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Hazelton/Highway 37 area.

Prince Rupert: 115 properties worth $46.6 million changed hands so far this year in the Prince Rupert area, compared with 151 properties worth $71.1 million to the end of September 2022. Of the 71 single-family homes that have changed hands this year, half sold for less than $437,500 and on average, took 85 days to sell. As of September 30th, there were 158 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Prince Rupert area.

Terrace: In the first nine months of the year, 222 properties worth $95.9 million were reported sold in the Terrace area, compared to 232 properties worth $95.6 million during the same period last year. Half of the 118 single-family homes that have sold so far this year, sold for less than $494,400 and these homes took, on average, 58 days to sell. Also changing hands were 13 parcels of vacant land, 22 homes on acreage, 19 manufactured homes in parks and 21 manufactured homes on land. At the end of September, there were 187 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Terrace area.

Kitimat: 148 properties worth $73.6 million have changed hands in the first nine months of 2023, compared to 167 properties worth $58.9 million to September 30, 2022. Of the 92 single-family homes sold so far this year, half sold for less than $375,000. These homes took, on average 71 days to sell.  In addition, 22 half duplexes and 18 townhomes were also sold this year. At the end of September there were 115 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Kitimat area.

Bulkley Nechako Region:

Houston: To the end of September, 43 properties worth $10.6 million sold in the Houston area, compared with 55 properties worth $14.7 million in the same period last year. At the end of September, there were 46 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Houston area.

Smithers: As of September 30th, 124 properties worth $61.5 million changed hands in the Smithers area, compared with 138 properties worth $66.4 million in the first nine months of 2022. Half of the 60 single-family homes sold so far this year, sold for less than $500,000 and these homes took, on average, 70 days to sell. Also changing hands this year were 8 parcels of vacant land, 34 homes on acreage, 6 manufactured homes in parks and 5 manufactured homes on land. As of September 30th, there were 84 properties of all types available through the MLS® in the Smithers area.

Burns Lake: So far this year 41 properties worth $12.1 million have been reported sold through MLS® compared to 60 properties worth $16.5 million in the first nine months of 2022. At the end of September, there were 70 properties of all types available for sale through the MLS® in the Burns Lake area.

Vanderhoof: REALTORS® assisted in the sale of 89 properties worth $33.1 million in the first nine months of the year compared with 76 properties worth $25.8 million at the same time last year. Half of the 34 single-family homes sold so far this year, sold for less than $302,000 and these homes took, on average, 76 days to sell. Also changing hands were 10 parcels of vacant land and 23 homes on acreage. At the end of September, there were 95 properties of all types available through MLS® in the Vanderhoof area.

Fort St. James: 31 properties worth $7.4 million were reported sold to the end of September, compared to 50 properties worth $11 million in the same period last year. As of September 30th, there were 41 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Fort St. James area.

Northern Region:

Fort St. John: As of September 30th, 460 properties worth $181.7 million were reported sold in the area, compared to 534 properties worth $219.5 million to September 30, 2022. Half of the 209 single-family homes sold so far this year, sold for less than $379,900; these homes took, on average, 73 days to sell. In addition, 14 parcels of vacant land, 55 half duplexes, 43 homes on acreage, 18 manufactured homes in parks and a further 42 manufactured homes on land, were reported sold. At the end of September, there were 526 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Fort St. John area.

Fort Nelson: 57 properties worth $8.6 million have sold in the first nine months of 2023, compared with 68 properties worth $12 million to the end of September 2022. Of the 25 single-family homes sold so far, half sold for less than $120,000. On average these homes took 92 days to sell. Also changing hands were 3 homes on acreage, 6 manufactured homes in parks and 13 manufactured homes on land. As of September 30th, there were 92 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Fort Nelson area.

Fraser Fort George Region:

Mackenzie: In the first nine months of 2023, 47 properties worth $9 million were reported sold through MLS® in the Mackenzie area, compared with 97 properties worth $16.8 million to September 30, 2022. Half of the 34 single-family homes sold so far this year, sold for less than $183,500 and these homes took, on average, 83 days to sell. At the end of September, there were 74 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the Mackenzie area.

Prince George: In the City of Prince George, to the end of September 924 properties worth $432 million changed hands, compared with 1158 properties worth $536.5 million to September 30, 2022. In the western part of the City the median price of the 158 homes sold this year, was $449,700. In the area east of the By-pass, the 117 single-family homes that sold had a median price of $375,000. In the northern part of the City, the 115 single-family homes sold had a median price of $510,000. In the southwest section of the city, the median price of the 170 single-family homes sold was $591,000. At the end of September, there were 708 properties of all types available for purchase through MLS® in the City of Prince George.

The members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board are committed to improving the Quality of Life in their communities by supporting the growth which encourages economic vitality, provides housing opportunities and builds communities with good schools and safe neighbourhoods. The REALTOR® members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board serve the real estate needs of the communities from Fort Nelson in the north to 100 Mile House in the south and from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii.

REALTOR® and MLS® trademarks owned or controlled by The Canadian Real Estate Association. Used under license.

Average Selling Price (Year to Date)

MLS® Reported Sales – Residential Detached House

BC NORTHERN REAL ESTATE BOARD

Community

September 30, 2021

Units

September 30, 2022

Units

September 30, 2023

Units

100 Mile House

407,608

148

488,131

124

501,063

102

Williams Lake

378,727

182

429,105

122

476,210

90

Quesnel

346,177

122

397,546

109

396,749

105

Prince Rupert

418,985

143

460,411

104

446,188

71

Houston

250,175

33

251,967

32

238,019

18

Smithers

398,707

84

548,821

51

521,840

60

Burns Lake

186,650

26

266,192

13

340,657

13

Vanderhoof

259,198

52

301,426

32

312,780

34

Fort St. James

252,104

24

325,600

15

264,302

19

Fort St. John

391,808

320

409,853

249

412,955

209

Fort Nelson

202,983

21

198,159

23

155,262

25

Mackenzie

175,937

62

182,315

75

183,752

34

Prince George

456,173

861

527,184

693

504,333

567

Terrace

463,140

168

489,484

128

500,716

118

Kitimat

380,238

96

373,448

117

380,856

92

 

Consumers are reminded that real estate is a local commodity and average price can only give an indication of trends. Contact a REALTOR® in your community to determine the value of specific properties.

Charts by Community: Active Listings and Average Days on Market and Sales and Average Price

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BC Northern:

  

100 Mile House:

  

 Williams Lake:

  

 Quesnel:

  

Prince Rupert:

  

Terrace:

  

Kitimat:

  

Smithers:

  

Prince George:

  

Fort St. John:

  

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For more information about local conditions, contact:     

Breanne Cote, Chair (Prince George)                                       250-564-4488
Kristine Newell, Vice Chair (Prince George)                             250-563-1000
Wynnette Lowes, Past Chair (Fort St. John)                            250-787-2100
Cameron McLeod, Director (Prince George)                           250-981-6774
Kristin Houghtaling, Director (Prince George)                          250-564-4488
Shannon Horrigan, Director (Prince George)                           250-612-2346
Victor Khong, Director (Horsefly)                                              250-620-3440
Vanita Des Mazes, Director (Smithers)                                    250-847-5999
Sheila Love, Director (Terrace)                                                 250-638-1400
Guillaume Fortin, Public Director (Prince George)                   250-640-9079
Jason Ryll, Public Director (Williams Lake)                              250-267-7955

News Release -September 15, 2023

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The BC Northern Real Estate Board has donated $3,000 to the Red Cross' "BC Fire Relief Fund" to support those affected by wildfires.

British Columbia is currently experiencing its most devastating wildfire season on record, and the threat persists as we move into the fall. Over 11,000 individuals have had their lives disrupted by evacuation, and many more continue to live with the ongoing stress of evacuation alerts. An estimated 400 structures have been lost to the fires, leaving communities facing the task of recovery.

"Our hearts go out to the resilient people in the Okanagan and across BC who have been affected by evacuations and loss," states Breanne Cote, Chair of the BC Northern Real Estate Board. "We know from experience of past wildfires that the journey of reconstruction will pose challenges, yet it is achievable with support."

For those interested in contributing to the British Columbia Fires Appeal to assist in the ongoing recovery efforts, donations can be made through this link.

BC Northern Real Estate Board Information

The 414 REALTOR® members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board are committed to improving the Quality of Life in their communities. The BC Northern Real Estate Board supports growth that encourages economic vitality, provides housing opportunities, respects the environment, protects property-owners and builds communities with good schools and safe neighbourhoods. The 414 REALTOR® members of the BC Northern Real Estate Board serve the real estate needs of the communities from Fort Nelson in the north to 100 Mile House in the south and from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii.

REALTOR® and MLS® trademarks owned or controlled by The Canadian Real Estate Association. Used under license.

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For more information about local conditions, contact:     

Breanne Cote, Chair (Prince George)                                       250-564-4488
Kristine Newell, Vice Chair (Prince George)                             250-563-1000
Wynnette Lowes, Past Chair (Fort St. John)                            250-787-2100
Cameron McLeod, Director (Prince George)                           250-981-6774
Kristin Houghtaling, Director (Prince George)                          250-564-4488
Shannon Horrigan, Director (Prince George)                           250-612-2346
Victor Khong, Director (Horsefly)                                              250-620-3440
Vanita Des Mazes, Director (Smithers)                                    250-847-5999
Sheila Love, Director (Terrace)                                                 250-638-1400
Guillaume Fortin, Public Director (Prince George)                   250-640-9079
Jason Ryll, Public Director (Williams Lake)                              250-267-7955

 

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