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Prince Rupert court house undercover

Renovations on the Prince Rupert Courthouse will continue for some time.  - Shaun Thomas
Renovations on the Prince Rupert Courthouse will continue for some time.
— image credit: Shaun Thomas

The site of white material engulfing the Prince Rupert court house is something people should get used to seeing. According to the Ministry of Justice, exterior brickwork and replacement of the windows is not expected to be complete until November. Interior renovations will continue until March 2015.

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