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This new expanded railway ran to Prince Rupert, where Charles Hays hatched his grandiose plans to turn the port into another Vancouver
Between 2010 and 2015, the use of renewable fuels resulted in the avoidance of an average of 904,000 tonnes of GHG emissions per year
It’s hard to debate Christy Clark when she’s busy taking donations from a wealthy few, so I thought I'd correct the record
Opinion-editorial written by North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice on the federal approval for the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal
It has come to the attention of the LHCC that some people are sending out letters professing to represent the hereditary leadership
The current B.C. liberal government of Christy Clark is having an all-out love affair with LNG (liquified natural gas).
The following is an opinion-editorial written by Minister of Public Safety and Attorney General Mike Morris.
My name is David Black. I am the majority owner of Black Press, the company that owns this newspaper.
The following is an opinion-editorial submitted by Minister of Transport Marc Garneau
The provincial plan to have an affordable bus will have to extract Port Edward and Prince Rupert from its proposed route.
The collective sigh of relief you heard last week was the announcement of AltaGas green-lighting its propane terminal on Ridley Island
While the rest of the nation remembered our fallen at Vimy Ridge, Prince Rupert did nothing
When the City of Prince Rupert announced its first public budget consultation meeting, a total of two residents showed
Built in a time when provincial funds were far more free-flowing, the Lester Centre has brought many Rupertites countless happy memories
Once again the Northern Health Authority has made the news with another massive blunder.
The Prince Rupert Northern View is proud to announce that reporter Shannon Lough has been named as a finalist for the Ma Murrays
Getting a WWII veteran the proper burial he deserves shouldn’t be a difficult task — it is the very least we, as a society, can do.
Despite their altruism, the Prince Rupert Lions club has found themselves smack dab in the middle of one of Murphy’s best-known laws
Some Canadians are seething at the most blatant broken promise from the Trudeau government to date
The high-risk, structurally-unsound, funky-smelling Prince Rupert Middle School was ground zero