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Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen is a reporter focusing on Indigenous stories. She is a graduate of the University of Northern British Columbia and also obtained her Bachelor’s of Journalism from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Phone
778-983-0919
Email
hpetersen@pgcitizen.ca

Recent Work by Hanna

Prince George RCMP catch break and enter suspect sleeping on someone’s couch

Prince George RCMP catch break and enter suspect sleeping on someone’s couch

The suspect was released on an undertaking with a future court date
Prince George man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2013 homicide

Prince George man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2013 homicide

Paul Tamasi has pled guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife Karen Jordan
Tour Route 16 video stars Prince George motorcycle riding dog

Tour Route 16 video stars Prince George motorcycle riding dog

This is a story about a man, his dog and two wheels.
Rescued starving pit bull finds new family, North Cariboo SPCA says

Rescued starving pit bull finds new family, North Cariboo SPCA says

Luffy is now named Baxter and is living with a new family in Vancouver
Holdover fires persisting through winter in Prince George Fire Centre

Holdover fires persisting through winter in Prince George Fire Centre

A holdover fire is a fire that remains dormant or undetected for a considerable time after it starts
Poor snowpack conditions prompts avalanche warning

Poor snowpack conditions prompts avalanche warning

Province urges backcountry users to check avalanche forecasts
Avalanche claims life of snowmobiler near Chetwynd

Avalanche claims life of snowmobiler near Chetwynd

This was the first avalanche-related death in British Columbia this year.
Prince George breaks human milk donation records

Prince George breaks human milk donation records

In 2023, 10 approved donors from northern BC donated a total of 173,947 mL of milk via the milk collection depot at the Prince George neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). 
B.C. First Nations upset after closure of Fraser Lake sawmill

B.C. First Nations upset after closure of Fraser Lake sawmill

Stellat'en and Nadleh Whut'en First Nations say the consequences of the closure will be dire
Severely injured dog rescued from side of the highway near Fort St. James

Severely injured dog rescued from side of the highway near Fort St. James

The dog was found on an isolated stretch of the highway and was first thought to have been a wild animal
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