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Ridley Terminals and Cardero Resource Corp. have signed a contract that could mean 900,000 tonnes of new coal at Ridley by 2015.
While Prince Rupert might not get to skate again right away, barring any complications, the equipment should be fixed by mid-week.
All the politicians from Prince Rupert, Port Ed and the regional district are in Victoria this week attending the annual UBCM conference.
The SPCA is still waiting for two consecutive test results showing the ringworm infection is over before they can open again.
Ridley Terminals says it wants to increase the amount of trades apprenticeships available in Prince Rupert to keep young people here.
The City of Prince Rupert is putting up a new sign for the civic centre to fulfill its end of the bargain for new scoreboards.
The Prince Rupert City Council has decided it won't make community groups pay 40% of their tax bill by 2014, just 20%.
The Prince Rupert Filipino Canadian Association held its 39th Filipino Night at the Civic Centre on Sunday night.
122 people came to the North Pacific Cannery on Saturday to have some fun running in the sun.
The City is having their chiller machine taken apart to see they can plug leaks until spring and install a new machine then.
The Prince Rupert Regional Hospital has to send patients looking for CT scans to Terrace while they look for a new scanner.
When mayor Jack Mussallem publicly proposed selling the golf course into private ownership, he didn't warn the golf society first.
13 dogs and their owners took part in the short walkathon, which the SPCA hopes will raise $8,000 to help fun their operations.
The local NDP thinks that Prince Rupert city councilor Jennifer Rice would be a good replacement for Gary Coons.
The Prince Rupert City Council has decided to have another derelict house torn down, this time at 1014 Alfred Street.
The City and the PRPA have quietly talked about having the port run the Digby Island ferry, now the Mayor wants to continue discussions.
Starting in 2013 the City of Prince Rupert will make property community group tax expeditions only cover 60% of the total tax bill.
Both the Prince Rupert Port Authority and Pinnacle Renewable energy say pellet terminal approval is good news for everyone.