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One in three Canadian high school students have rode with drinking drivers, study reveals

Nearly one in five rode with a driver who’d been smoking pot

BCEHS reminds parents of window safety

Emergency officials release these tips to make windows safe through the summer

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Oldfield hatchery receives $75,000 to upgrade operations

Pacific NorthWest LNG gives funds to Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery to improve salmon rearing efforts

Prince Rupert council in brief: May 8, 2017 meeting

City passes 2016 audit, Workforce attraction supported, Hilltop Lodge seniors housing moves along

Prince Rupert lagging behind GHG emissions targets

Rupert is lagging behind its GHG emission reduction targets, but a new plan aims to change that

New cranes successfully dock at Fairview Terminal in Prince Rupert

Three new cranes have been escorted to Fairview Container Terminal aboard a heavy load carrier

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Three Malacca-max cranes arrive at Fairview Terminal
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North Coast Green candidate Hondo Arendt reacts to election results
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North Coast BC Liberal candidate speaks to his supporters
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Jennifer Rice, NDP candidate, after she won the North Coast riding
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Three Phase 2 cranes arrive in Prince Rupert Saturday

Fairview Container Phase 2 North expansion continues with the arrival of three dock gantry cranes

Out of the red, the credit union reports $1.5 million income

Northern Savings massive restructuring in 2015 shows promise in 2016

UPDATE: UBC economist says election result unlikely to shift after absentee ballots counted

Correction of BC Elections transcription error means neither NDP or BC Liberal likely to flip seats

Liberals introduce oil-tanker ban for north coast and Haida Gwaii

New bill would ban most tankers carrying crude or ‘persistent’ oil, but not LNG or gasoline.

Industrial explosives safely destroyed in Prince Rupert

A bomb squad was called from Prince George to destroy explosives in Prince Rupert.

Metlakatla seniors’ housing development defined by medicine wheel design

Forty-two units proposed at former King Edward school; community info session on May 15

The North Coast stays orange after a tight provincial election

Results and reactions from the 2017 B.C. provincial election, Jennifer Rice re-elected as MLA.

VIDEO and STORY: The North Coast stays orange

Results and reactions from the 2017 B.C. provincial election, Jennifer Rice re-elected as MLA.

Advanced voter turnout up 25 per cent on the North Coast

Judgement day is here, vote in the B.C. election from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Phase 2 cranes on their way to Fairview

Port of Prince Rupert is expecting a crane delivery on Sunday

UPDATE: Oil slick origins undetermined, Coast Guard

Coast Guard investigates oil slick in Prince Rupert harbour following fisherman’s report

Vopak teams up with AltaGas for propane terminal

A global tank storage company is investing in the Ridley Island propane terminal in Prince Rupert

Christy Clark’s proposed thermal coal tax would impact Ridley Terminals

RTI receives thermal coal from Alberta, a source that Clark would place a $70 levy upon

More residents moving into apartments: census

Single-detached homes are still the most common dwelling according to Statistics Canada’s 2016 census