Alan S. Hale

Nathan Cullen comes in third after three rounds of voting but set to become kingmaker

After two rounds of voting Skeena Bulkley - Valley MP Nathan Cullen has come in third but is in a position to choose who will be leader.

Nathan Cullen and his family surrounded by supporters and the NDP convention.

Nathan Cullen eliminated from leadership race

Skeena - Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen will not be the next leader of the federal NDP.

Nathan Cullen and his family surrounded by supporters and the NDP convention.
Nathan Cullen giving his last leadership campaign speech to the delegates at the NDP's national convention in Toronto.

Nathan Cullen gives his last speech of NDP leadership campaign at convention

Skeena- Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen made the case for why he should be elected leader of the NDP for the last time at the convention.

Nathan Cullen giving his last leadership campaign speech to the delegates at the NDP's national convention in Toronto.
BC Ferries has been hit hard by falling tourism and rising fuel costs because of the bad economy.

BC Ferry fares going up slightly at the end of the month.

Travellers who use the BC Ferry system to and from Prince Rupert will have to pay a little bit more starting April 1.

BC Ferries has been hit hard by falling tourism and rising fuel costs because of the bad economy.
Members of the United Fisherman and Allied Workers Union give their oral evidence to the three members of the Enbridge Joint Review Panel.

Enbridge hearings return to Prince Rupert April 16

The second round of Enbridge Joint Review Panel hearings will be held at the Museum of Northern BC starting at 1:00 pm on April 16.

Members of the United Fisherman and Allied Workers Union give their oral evidence to the three members of the Enbridge Joint Review Panel.

Winners of the 61st Prince Rupert Bonspiel

Prince Rupert's popular curling tournament wrapped-up on Sunday and here are the winners...

Nathan Cullen talks about leadership bid last time before convention

Nathan Cullen talked with media from Northern BC about his leadership bid one more time before the convention starts on Friday.

Brad’s Drive-Thru closing permanently at the end of April

Prince Rupert may be getting an A&W but it's losing a local institution.

An iPad 2 displaying what users see when trying to access information from the city's website on an Apple device.

iPhone incompatibility on City of Prince Rupert’s website becomes budget issue

Council goes to budget process armed with solid numbers on how much fixing the city's website incompatibility with Apple devices will cost.

An iPad 2 displaying what users see when trying to access information from the city's website on an Apple device.

UPDATE: Power Outage in Prince Rupert will be fixed by 5:30 says BC Hydro

A worn out underground cable junction causes hundreds to lose power, but BC Hydro says everyone will have power back by 5:30 pm.

As NDP convention looms, Nathan Cullen beating other candidates in fundraising

Financial data from Elections Canada shows Nathan Cullen beating all the other candidates in fundraising levels.

The Prince Rupert branch of the Northern Savings Credit Union has donated $1

Credit Union donates money to 25th annual Novice Hockey Tournament

Northern Savings Credit Union has donated $1,300 to the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association for the Novice Hockey Tournament.

The Prince Rupert branch of the Northern Savings Credit Union has donated $1
Fire Chief Dave McKenzie giving their presentation to Prince Rupert city council on the condition of their building.

More concern over tax increases than condition of emergency buildings at City Hall meeting

Few people showed up for the city's first meeting on the city's emergency building, but those who did had one message: no tax increases.

Fire Chief Dave McKenzie giving their presentation to Prince Rupert city council on the condition of their building.

First public meeting on emergency building issue Monday night

The first of the monthly meetings on what to do about the city's aging emergency buildings begins 7:00 Monday Night at City Hall.

Airport de-icing problem that caused canceled flights fixed, for now

When the airport 's de-icer truck broke down on Sunday flights had to be canceled. The truck is repaired, but still prone to break down.

Prince Rupert Sea Cadets fundraising to go to Diamond Jubilee

The Prince Rupert Sea Cadet corps are raising money to go Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee celebration in Vancouver.

Crime News: Drug bust on 6th Avenue and woman attacked with bottle

The RCMP seizes drugs and a taser from a home on 6th Avenue and are looking for witnesses of an assault at a house party.

People attending the 2012 Prince Rupert Job Fair

2012 Job Fair on Today

If you're looking for a job, a new job or some career training, it might be worth heading to down to the Jim Ciccone civic centre.

People attending the 2012 Prince Rupert Job Fair

Cullen introduces RCMP civillian oversight bill

Local MP Nathan Cullen introduced a bill on Thursday in Ottawa that would establish a national oversight body for the RCMP.

One of the brainstorming groups that participants broke off into to think of ideas for what their anti-pipeline movement will be about.

Pipeline opponents meet in Prince Rupert to start a more political anti-pipeline movement

About 65 people showed up for the political action meeting planned immediately after JRP hearings in Rupert.

One of the brainstorming groups that participants broke off into to think of ideas for what their anti-pipeline movement will be about.