Arrow in Prince George, BC
The home base for your career.
Prince George is located in northern British Columbia at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako rivers, and the crossroads of Highway 16 and Highway 97. The city is also located on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh Nation. Prince George offers a perfect balance of urban amenities for city dwellers and natural landscapes for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for affordable housing costs, well-paying jobs, or a growing city with new opportunities, there’s something for everyone in Prince George!
Ice skating, tobogganing, hockey, snowshoeing, skiing, cross-country Skiing
Hiking, camping, fishing, mountain biking, climbing, kayaking, golfing, northern lights
A Great Climate
There’s Lots to Explore
Golf courses, CN centre (ice arenas), rec centres, curling facility, fitness centers/gyms, sports fields, aquatic centre, equestrian centre and agriplex, bowling centres, BC transit, galleries, museum, historic sites, libraries, hospital, movie theatre, malls, shopping centres, grocery stores, nightclubs, dining, winery, and craft breweries.
- House (Median): $319,167
- Apartment (Median): $210,650
- Average Rent: $857
Education: School District 57 (Elementary & Secondary School), School District 93 Conseil scolaire francophone (Elementary & Secondary School), Private Schools, College of New Caledonia, University of Northern British Columbia.
Air: Air travel in Prince George is serviced by the Prince George Airport, YXS. Carriers (Air Canada, Central Mountain Air, Pacific Coast Airlines, and WestJet) offer daily commercial flights to and from the city.
Rail: You can travel by rail in northern BC through VIA Rail’s Skeena Train. The train connects Prince George with Jasper and Prince Rupert three times a week and is an affordable and scenic mode of transport.
Road: Travelling by vehicle? Drive to Prince George by taking Highway 16 or Highway 97. CAUTION: Drivers beware of wildlife and icy roads in the winter when travelling.
For more information about Prince George visit: princegeorge.ca