Dust Advisory for Prince George Rescinded
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 @ 10:13 AM
Prince George, B.C. – Residents of Prince George can breathe a little easier with the cancellation of a dust advisory issued on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the Northern Health Authority has ended the Dust Advisory for Prince George due to improving air quality resulting from changing weather conditions.
Yes, we can all see how good the air quality has become in Prince George from the photograph in the above double homicide story. Air so clean and pure we can actually see it!
Perhaps you should give some serious consideration to packing your bags and moving to Abbotsford! Your friend Retired 02 says the air quality is just great down there! I’ve driven through there many times and can attest that their air is also so clear and pure that you can actually see it, haha!
As a bonus, Abby just had another shooting! So far, they seem to be leading in these minor infractions of the law being committed by people that obviously are in need of your “hugs”!
Be back on tomorrow unless it snows. Road dust is the cause, just try and walk down Spruceland sidewalk, was good for part of the morning until the slight snow we had vanished. Glad I don’t live in the dust bowl.
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