The City of Prince George along with the Lheidli T’enneh have updated the public to the Memorial park Pavilion project.
Now, the two governments have revealed a total of 11 human remains as well as other artifacts were found at the location of the pavilion. Despite that, the project will still move ahead. The project had $377,000 worth of funding allocated from the federal government, and the total budget today is $809,000.
The remains are now at Exploration Place while the City and the Lheidli T’enneh find a proper home for them, as well as some remains housed at UNBC. Mayor Hall says the idea of a mausoleum is being discussed as an option.
Two two parties have also agreed that no more digs in the park shall take place.