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The Prince Rupert SPCA wants the city to help pay for a spay and neuter program they believe could start to stem the feral cat population.
Prince Rupert City Council may be looking into the possibility of selling the publicly-owned golf course to buy land for RCMP building.
Nathan Cullen was on the summer BBQ circuit in Prince Rupert on Saturday to meet constituents and raise money for the SPCA.
While Rupert's tourism industry is hurting too badly, operators are noticing that so far this tourism season has been slower than before.
Kim Slater has been running across BC since July to help raise opposition the Northern Gate pipeline. And will finish in Rupert next week.
Prince Rupert's monopoly on ferry traffic to and from Klemtu, Bella Bella and Hartley Bay could be coming to an end.
Haida Gwaii telecom company GwaiiTel is building a broadcast tower on Mount Hays to deliver better Internet connections to its customers.
Young Jacob Daniele helped raise money to buy the hospital special medical chairs for the hospital's cancer treatment room.
The State of Alaska is ready to spend $11-million to replace its aging ferry dock in Prince Rupert once lease negotiations finish.
The price for Watson Island won't cover the taxes owed on it, but both the City and WatCo says the new tax money and jobs will be worth it.
The Prince Rupert Port Authority is launching a campaign this summer to increase safety in the harbour while there are many extra vessels.
Prince Rupert has the largest payroll costs of any community its size in BC. Much of this is because we have services that others don't.
With a government funding deal signed on Friday, the Ridley Island railway corridor can begin construction before end of the year.
With their eye on forming government, the NDP is promoting LNG exports to Asia and how it might help communities like Prince Rupert.
A honouring ceremony was held for Dayna McKay by the National Assembly of First Nations for her 52km swim to fight cancer.
Prince Rupert is one of three cities who will host month-long hearings where all the evidence given to the JRP will be critically examined.
A group of friends from Juno stopped in Prince Rupert during the kayaking part of their trip from Alaska to Argentina.
Workers with the DFO's Habitat Monitoring Program have been told that they're jobs could be "affected" by the federal governments changes.
City Council says decides against essentially waiving the cost of renting the civic centre for the Sugar Shack Festival.
The City formally adopted its 2011 Annual Report on Monday, which shows what the City's departments were working on and this year's goals.