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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.

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Recent Work by Hanna

Remaining Coastal GasLink pipeline opponents released with conditions

Remaining Coastal GasLink pipeline opponents released with conditions

Release conditions seek to strike balance between minimizing obstruction and Aboriginal rights
Some Coastal GasLink opponents, reporters released after hearings in Prince George court

Some Coastal GasLink opponents, reporters released after hearings in Prince George court

Bail hearings continue Tuesday
McLeod Lake Indian Band reduces cow-calf moose hunt, calls on premier for complete halt

McLeod Lake Indian Band reduces cow-calf moose hunt, calls on premier for complete halt

The First Nation was able to reduce the allowable hunt in its territory by 40 per cent
B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

58 critically ill people airlifted out of the hospitals in the north
B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

B.C. announces further COVID-19 restrictions to curb transmission in Northern Health

58 critically ill people airlifted out of the hospitals in the north
Northern Health sees one new COVID-19 death, daily case counts remain in triple digits

Northern Health sees one new COVID-19 death, daily case counts remain in triple digits

Active cases are now at 983 in the region, according to BCCDC data
Northern Health sees a total of 943 current cases of COVID-19 reported as hospitals struggle with surge

Northern Health sees a total of 943 current cases of COVID-19 reported as hospitals struggle with surge

There are now 943 active cases in the region
Prince George Secondary School students asked to list ‘positive impacts’ of colonization

Prince George Secondary School students asked to list ‘positive impacts’ of colonization

‘I also realize that saying ‘We’re sorry’ isn’t enough’
Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Indigenous community near Quesnel gets clean drinking water after 20 years

Thanks to a partnership with UBC Lhoosk'uz Dené village now has clean water
Three ‘wildfires of note’ burning in Prince George Fire Centre, hundreds across province

Three ‘wildfires of note’ burning in Prince George Fire Centre, hundreds across province

BC Liberals are calling for a state of emergency, as feds bring in supports