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Faced with fish plant layoffs and opposition to any property tax increase, council has set the 2012 tax increase at 1.5%.
MP Nathan Cullen says that by giving themselves the final say over Enbridge Pipeline, Torries have stripped NEB panel of its credibility.
Prince Rupert Marine rescue held a dedication ceremony on Saturday to christen their new rescue boat.
MP Nathan Cullen was appointed as the NDP's House Leader this week, an office that he says will raise the profile of Northwest BC issues.
The City of Prince Rupert managed to shave an extra percentage of this year's tax increase, despite a large tax shortfall.
The second round of the Enbridge Joint Review Panel hearings began in Prince Rupert on Monday.
Northern Savings Credit Union held its annual general meeting at the Crest Hotel in Prince Rupert this past week.
Children from Prince Rupert put on a one-hour musical at the Lester Centre with less than one week of rehearsal.
The Prince Rupert Rain basketball team takes second place in Kitimat after losing the final game to the Haisla Nation team.
The ladies of the Prince Rupert Rain basketball team, win their first game at Kitimat's Annual Open Tournament on Saturday.
The Province is moving ahead with planning for a new hospital in the Village of Queen Charlotte as part of Budget 2012.
Community groups hoping to get more grant money from the City of Prince Rupert are out of luck, some see their grants cut in half.
After being in the planning stages for over a year, Transition Prince Rupert is ready to create an adaptable city to face the 21st century.
The RCMP, Fire Dept. and an architect told the Prince Rupert Council that renos aren't the answer to the emergency building issue.
About 30 people came down to the Prince Rupert waterfront on Saturday night to commemorate earth hour with a Tsimshian ceremony.
Charles Hays Secondary School students held a hockey game on Friday night to help raise money for this year's grad activities.
North West Community College student, Samantha Lewis, has proposed allowing Rupertities to keep their own laying hens for their eggs.
The Skeena - Queen Charlotte Regional District has decided to not increase the recycling depot's operating hours on Saturdays, for now.
Skeena - Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen has never been shy when talking to the media, but Thomas Mulcair could be a different story.
The Skeena - Queen Charlotte Regional district has approve a no-surprises budget for 2012.