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The Prince Rupert Rampage's charity golf tournament was held on Saturday and raised over $5,000 for the wildlife shelter.
The boil water advisory that was in effect for Port Edward has been lifted.
The Prince Rupert Port Authority has welcomed lawyer and business leader Bud Smith to the Port Authority's Board of Directors.
The Prince Rupert RCMP believes someone in the city is smuggling and selling ZXT Gold bee pollen pills, which are banned by Health Canada.
Hoping to fill the void left by the MacMillan fish plant in October, the Lax Kw'alaams fish plant is now focusing on groundfish processing.
A small group of protestors marched from Rotary Waterfront Park to the Prince Rupert Canada Day celebrations in Mariner’s Park.
Prince Rupert author, Ronnie Ray Jenkins, will be signing his second novel, The Flynn City Egg Man, at Rainforest Books on Thursday.
City Council has decided to explore the idea of allowing backyard chickens, but not until some more things come off their to-do list.
The Prince Rupert City Council is supporting an application for grant funding to help pay for a new dock to attract touring yachts to town.
A city commissioned report shows that the local hospital has more services than many others in the north. There are some issues though.
The long-awaited Metlakatla Wilderness Trail has its official opening ceremony on Friday and will be ready for the public in three weeks.
The bodies of two men were found in the Prince Rupert harbour near the Metlakatla ferry dock early Saturday morning.
Dayna McKay finished her swim from Port Simpson to Prince Rupert to raise funds to fight cancer at about 10:45 on Thursday night.
The Prince Rupert City Council held the last of its public meetings on the emergency building, this time looking at location options.
City Council has decided that 301 9th Avenue West needs to be torn down.
Instead of moving the Committee of the Whole to a different day, council is putting a five minute time limit on presenters.
The port is doing great, but the Port Authority says they are trying hard to balance the conflicting demands of the economy and community.
BC Transit want people with ideas about how to improve the bus service in Prince Rupert to come out and share them as public consultation.
Council is considering putting up a gate to prevent people from using their to dump garbage along Wantage Rd.