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Major routes would have frozen fares, smaller routes proposed to have rolled back fares by 15 per cent
The Borealis String Quartet performs at the Lester Centre of the Arts on April 2 in tandem with three northwest music students
Online predators, bullying, harassment, inappropriate material – these days there’s no shortage of dangers associated with the Internet
STORY AND VIDEO: Friendship House Association able to purchase new 15-passenger van to stop hitchhiking
A brand new 15-passenger vehicle is the newest endeavour to help combat hitchhiking along Highway 16
Investigative report released by tribal council outline a number of challenges the Heiltsuk council faced in gathering info, recovering oil
The New Moon's boarded wall falls onto the sidewalk after strong Tuesday night winds blew through Prince Rupert
The working dock at the North Pacific Cannery is one step closer to completion with a $75,000 grant awarded for the project.
Board delays OCP adoption; Car Wash Rock a concern; Two appointed to recycling committee
Rupert branch raises $3,625 and sells 64 tickets from March's Burger and a Pint Night at Breakers Pub
La Gondola claimed the Prince Rupert Oldtimers Hockey League Cup, topping Entire 3-2 in a six-round shootout for the 2017 title.
Coun. Barry Cunningham asked city staff to look into potential bylaw violations with medicinal marijuana grow-ops around Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert chief financial officer Corinne Bomben presented the final budget consultation opportunity at the March 20 council meeting
One Rupert baller won it all in the girls division at the Junior All Native Basketball Tournament in Kelowna last week.
Expedia.ca, named Prince Rupert as one of Canada’s top small towns to visit for a Canada Day getaway this summer.
The province announced $2 million in grants for community vehicles, which includes support for a Prince Rupert indigenous organization.
Two Prince Rupert schools received funding for infrastructure recently.
Registered kids and teens could even meet a couple four-legged softball enthusiasts crashing the games (see video)
Prince Rupert and Port Edward residents actually used more electricity during Earth Hour, or Saturday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
A man has suffered injuries after being struck in Prince Rupert, with RCMP confirming a police vehicle was involved
Patrick Witwicki presents a cheque to Christine Leduc from AFFNO to support CPF. The proceeds came from AFFNO’s Murder Mystery fundraiser