Kevin Campbell

New markets near and far for North Coast businesses

The province is supporting a pilot project for small and mid-sized businesses in Prince Rupert looking to grow their operations.

November traffic holds steady at port

A huge month in performance by RTI in November has given the terminal the cargo numbers needed to outpace last year’s stats

Open for business

Rob and Constance Eby cut the ribbon for the grand re-opening of Ashley Home Store Prince Rupert last Saturday morning.

Rupert small business recruitment suffering

Rupert small businesses will need to up their training and communications tactics with their workers to keep them

STORY AND VIDEO: Pellet terminal proof of port plan

The Port of Prince Rupert's Michael Gurney evaluates the various terminals' performance in 2016 and sheds light on plans for the new year

STORY AND VIDEO: This isn’t your average grocery trip

Pahl and Lindsay are undertaking the Elders in Residence Walk — a chance to offer the community traditional knowledge on Tsimshian medicine

Evans to lead BC Northern Real Estate Board into pivotal 2017

After becoming involved on the board more than 10 years ago, Evans has occupied a couple different roles with the BCNREB

Ridley Terminals Inc. not impacted by Clark’s request for U.S. coal ban

BC Liberals leader Christy Clark has asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ban all U.S. thermal coal shipments from B.C. ports

Long road begins for new arts, culture space

The Redesign Rupert team brought Genevieve Bucher, president at the non-profit BC Artscape, to Prince Rupert for a CDI Speaker Series

Giving Back

$12,000 and 345 toys were donated to the Salvation Army by the Prince Rupert Harley Riders last week as part of the organization's toy run

Painting the town

A plaque revealing the donors to the otter mural donning the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre was recently unveiled.

Help coming for ophthalmologist patients

An 18-month wait time for a routine eye appointment with Terrace ophthalmologists has put pressure on Rupert patients

Cannery Road Race taking shape

The North Pacific Cannery Road Race is primed and ready to hold its annual marathon on Saturday, Sept. 13.

Prince Rupert school district now has monster budget surplus

A budget surplus of $1.4 million had SD52 in a much more enviable position heading into discussions with school trustees this year

STORY AND VIDEO: Second annual Rupert Rubbish Round-up cleans east side of town

Cigarette butt cleanup, greenhouse project next on the agenda for organizer Sarah Dantzer and her team of worker bees

NSK Contracting tops Grassy Bay in PRMBA action

Olivia and Brady chase down a rebound in a 16-14 win for NSK Contracting.

Relay for Life series: Joan Dudoward’s second birthday

Not many people have two birthdays, but Joan Dudoward has joined the ranks of those who have accomplished the feat

Business challenge continues to thrive

The province, Futurpreneur, and Prince Rupert LNG have provided a combined $356,000 to continue the ThriveNorth Business Challenge

Major trades training programs funded

Trades equipment coming to SD52; More skills training arrives in Rupert through Employment Services and Supports program

Prince Rupert school board in brief: April 11

Board wants PRMS answers; Board defeats $10aDay daycare support; Two-week spring break approved; Enrolment drops again