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May 29th, 2009
For Immediate Release


PRINCE GEORGE — Eight Prince George home inspectors — all members of the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors of British Columbia, CAHPI(BC) — are among the first home inspectors in Canada to be granted home inspection licenses.

“British Columbia is the first province in Canada where home inspectors must have a license to practice,” said CAHPI(BC) President Owen Dickie. “We are a recognized profession that has a significant role in the decisions and lives of BC consumers.”

The Prince George home inspectors who have achieved their provincial licenses are Stephen Andrews and Jody Hunter of Town and Country Inspections Services; Alan Box of Al's Home Inspections; Charles Mahon of Cariboo Property Inspections; Brian Lofroth of NorthLink Home Inspections; James Greer of Pillar To Post Professional Home Inspections; Rodger Hamel of...

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Credentials good fit for airport

Written by Citizen staff 
Friday, 22 May 2009

While saying it's a match made in heaven might be overstating things a bit, we'll settle for a match made at 35,000 feet.

The Prince George Airport Authority had a firm set of prerequisites in mind for its new chief executive and has found its man to take the helm at arguably the most critical time in the airport's history.If his resume is anything by which to judge him, John Gibson certainly fills the bill.

Gibson, who begins his new job July 1, comes to Prince George from Hamilton, Ont., where he is in charge of marketing at Hamilton International.

Gibson also has extensive experience in air cargo operations with Canadian Airlines International and Pacific Western Airlines.

A leader with experience in marketing and cargo is a necessity at today's YXS.

The airport has a recently-christened runway that was lengthened for one principal reason: to act as a refueling stop for international cargo flights between...

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