Keili Bartlett

Pedestrian struck by vehicle at crosswalk

A woman was hit by a vehicle on Second Avenue West near the Chevron gas station on Friday night

Putting down roots in Rupert

CN Rail and Tree Canada are planting trees in Prince Rupert’s downtown core

Council extends bylaw prohibiting recreational marijuana sales

Prince Rupert’s existing bylaw was extended from Jan. 1 to July 1. 2018, when the provincial government is expected to announce regulations

North Coast Ecology Centre Society looks for volunteers

The new society is searching for a venue to host information about Prince Rupert’s unique wildlife

A new husband-and-wife duo take the Salvation Army reins

Sabrina and Greg Silvey prepare for this year’s Christmas Hamper program in Prince Rupert

Taxi crashes into TD Bank by accident

At noon on Nov. 15, a taxi van crashed into the window of the TD Bank at the shopping centre

Protecting rare, ancient glass sponge reefs

Dr. Stephanie Archer on glass sponge reefs on the North Coast for the marine speakers series

City postpones its reveal of Hays 2.0 Blueprint until the new year

City council will update the public on Watson Island on Dec. 6 at Chances Casino

Night vision for Rupert’s air ambulances

Night vision goggles will help reduce risks for air ambulance pilots on the North Coast

No land events for Winterfest’s Sailpast 2017

The bonfire, music and hot chocolate are cancelled for Saturday night due to a lack of volunteers

VIDEO and story: Heart of Our City — Giving a voice to Prince Rupert’s talent

Michael Gurney lends his voice — and experience — to mentoring young budding stars

Lax Kw’alaams Band members get a chunk of the LNG benefit

Each member will get $2,000 from the resource benefits agreement signed earlier this year

UPDATE: Two more suspects arrested in armed robbery at PJ’s

Prince Rupert’s PJ’s Park Avenue Foods was held up by robbers armed with a machete, baseball bat

Train crossings, stormwater and sewage upgrades on schedule

All projects in Port Edward are expected to be completed by early December

Icy conditions cause vehicle to roll over on Highway 16

Prince Rupert RCMP reports from Oct. 30 - Nov. 5

“Our Women and Girls are Sacred”: interim report released

The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls released the 118-page report on Nov. 1

Port Edward Harbour Authority applies for funding to remove abandoned boats under new ban

The Port Edward Harbour Authority has identified 40 abandoned vessels that require removal

VIDEO and story: Heart of Our City — Keeping tradition alive

Events in Prince Rupert are always special when Bev Killbery is involved

Prince Rupert City Council hears report on Truth and Reconciliation

Totem poles, statutory holiday suggested