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The goal, for Prince Rupert, is to become the next Santa Fe, or Wells, B.C., or Stratford, Ontario.
Evans has occupied a couple different roles with the BCNREB over the years
Pahl and Lindsay undertake the Elders in Residence Walk
No foul play is suspected by RCMP, as investigation is turned over to B.C. Coroners Service
Ice House Gallery looking for new home with port offices expanding
Elections BC’s North Coast office says it is aware of the issue
Veresen Inc. owns many western Canadian and U.S. energy infrastructure projects
Speakers from Bechtel, AltaGas, First Nations LNG Alliance entertain in conference linking the private sector with Coast Tsimshian Nations
Regional districts asking MLA candidates their position on Resource Benefits Alliance
Basketball pavilion, carving shed, dog park, skate park all included in designs, with final cost of $3 million. Fundraising starts now
City passes 2017 tax increase, but not before taking aim at Province of B.C., District of Port Edward agreements
Rupert mayor and council approve tax increase, but not before taking aim at province and Port Ed
City staff are now recommending a 2.25 per cent increase to the mill rate, up from 1.5 per cent originally proposed in March
Conservation officer Gareth Scrivner introduces idea for Great Bear Rainforest wildlife interpretive centre to be set up in Prince Rupert
The City of Prince Rupert and Pembina Pipelines sign letter of intent to construct propane terminal on Watson Island
The Prince Rupert Rampage took the game 7-4 against the Kitimat Ice Demons.
A big name is making his way to Prince Rupert, but more people in the city may actually be familiar with his opening act.
A rare opportunity to hear a world-class string quartet is coming to Prince Rupert this Sunday, April 2.
Danny Nielsen’s Love.Be.Best.Free tap dance and live musical jazz quartet show will be entertaining audiences this weekend in Prince Rupert.
A timeless story mixed with a timeless artistic medium is set to dazzle North Coast audiences
Volunteers ask area businesses about where they find themselves as the project partners gain an understanding of each's needs and wants