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After complaints and unsuccessful attempts to get the owners to look after it, the city has decided the building at 801 Fulton has to go.
DFO's director for the North Coast came to council to talk about allocation and other government initiatives for a sustainable fishery.
The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District has got some idea how much it will cost to put in drop-off bins at the recycling depot.
The regional district is asking the premier to come up to discuss a plan to hire North Coast seine boats to clean up tsunami debris at sea.
Parents and their young children came out to release juvenile salmon back into the wild at the Oldfield hatchery.
Frustrated with changes to review panel process, most registered speakers stay home rather than give their oral statements to the panel.
City council has sent a letter to Finance Minister Jim Flaherty asking him not to cut EI programs that help seasonal fisheries workers.
The anti-poverty society thanks the Prince Rupert Overwaitea grocery store for donating produce for their free fruit and vegetable program.
Prince Rupert's Coast Guard radio monitoring station is getting more staff and new equipment as stations elsewhere are shut down.
City council wants the public to be given more than three weeks to comment on new pellet terminal and a waterfront development plan.
If you are giving oral statement at the upcoming Enbridge hearings in Prince Rupert, the deadline for booking your time slot is tomorrow.
The province is making changes to the law, the ferry commissioners powers and how BC Ferries operates in order to fares down.
The Prince Rupert Port Authority will be holding an open house to show off the design for the new Cow Bay at the Crest Hotel on Tuesday.
The architect helping Prince Rupert council with the emergency building issue says once approved it wouldn't be ready to use for 2.5 years.
The divers have been hired and the equipment is being moved into place, but divers can't look for the cause of the oil leak until tomorrow.
The city council finally passes its budget for 2012 after many cuts and compromises
After falling port property values cost Prince Rupert $164k in lost tax revenue, council looks at fighting permanent cap on port tax rates.
Elmer Derrick is irritated over assertions that his appointment to the Prince Rupert Port Authority could be a politically-motivated one.
The mother of the Prince Rupert girl who had her arm broken by an RCMP officer says that daughter was not suicidal and police overreacted.
The Delta RCMP are investigating a complaint made by a Prince Rupert girl's family after her arm was broken during arrest.