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Letter to the Editor: YPR move in Rupert’s best interests

As residents, we take this critical transportation link for granted; however it is vital to our economy and quality of life

Guest View: British Columbia should be concerned about the NDP’s Leap Manifesto

The NDP Leap Manifesto proposes to phase out the entire resource sector while it raises taxes to support a country-wide minimum income

Prince Rupert students took in a special French Movie Night at Roosevelt Park Elementary School last week

Un film: La Guerre des Tuques

CPF shows 'La Guerre des Tuques' 3D to Prince Rupert students in a special French Movie Night at Roosevelt Park Elementary School

Prince Rupert students took in a special French Movie Night at Roosevelt Park Elementary School last week

Letter to the Editor: Taxpayers beware, are we now paying city staff?

Are these managers volunteering their time to oversee the airport’s operation or will this job be been done on taxpayer’s time?

The Prince Rupert Fairview Cemetery Advisory Committee and the City of Prince Rupert recently recognized the long and dedicated service of Mary Arneson

Farewell and thank you, Mary Arneson…

The Fairview Cemetery Advisory Committee and the City of Prince Rupert recently recognized the dedicated service of Mary Arneson

The Prince Rupert Fairview Cemetery Advisory Committee and the City of Prince Rupert recently recognized the long and dedicated service of Mary Arneson

Guest View: Better passenger rail – that’s the ticket

This new expanded railway ran to Prince Rupert, where Charles Hays hatched his grandiose plans to turn the port into another Vancouver

Letter to the Editor: Mayor, council should be ashamed of Vimy snub

We owe our freedom to men such as these. We are taught in school ‘Lest we forget’ and ‘in morning we will remember them’.

Letter to the Editor: Data pans First Nations election rules

A new Fraser Institute study highlights the problematic aspects of custom election codes for First Nations in Canada

Mrs. Ciotoli’s Grade 7 class at Annunciation School collected supplies from the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter’s ‘Wish List’ and raised $570 through a bake sale. The students presented the shelter’s Nancy and Gunther Golina with the donations and cheque on March 10. They also brought shovels to help with the unseasonable snow piles!  “The students were truly inspired by the hard work and love that Gunther and Nancy exude for wildlife

Mrs. Ciotoli’s Grade 7 class helps out…

An Annunciation class collects items from the wildlife shelter's wish list and raises money from a bake sale to help out the shelter

Mrs. Ciotoli’s Grade 7 class at Annunciation School collected supplies from the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter’s ‘Wish List’ and raised $570 through a bake sale. The students presented the shelter’s Nancy and Gunther Golina with the donations and cheque on March 10. They also brought shovels to help with the unseasonable snow piles!  “The students were truly inspired by the hard work and love that Gunther and Nancy exude for wildlife
Students from Charles Hays Secondary School stand on the Millennium Bridge in London

The path to Vimy Ridge…

Students from Charles Hays Secondary School visit the Millennium Bridge in England before arriving in France to attend the Vimy ceremonies

Students from Charles Hays Secondary School stand on the Millennium Bridge in London
Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc. donated a truck load of wood pellets to the BC SPCA and the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter for extra bedding for the animals. In the photo: With Pinnacle

Pellet Pillows

Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc. donated a truck load of wood pellets to the BC SPCA and the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter

Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc. donated a truck load of wood pellets to the BC SPCA and the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter for extra bedding for the animals. In the photo: With Pinnacle

Letter to the Editor: Reform debacle axed promise

This is a total betrayal of those who voted for your party and those who worked very hard on the non-partisan Electoral Reform Committee

ineridge Elementary teacher Teresa Weismiller brought an excited group of Grades 2/3 students to visit the Wildlife Rehab Shelter. The group brought two fully loaded vehicles worth of supplies to donate

Learning how to ‘fill the community bucket’…

Pineridge students donated many items to the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter and filled the community bucket

ineridge Elementary teacher Teresa Weismiller brought an excited group of Grades 2/3 students to visit the Wildlife Rehab Shelter. The group brought two fully loaded vehicles worth of supplies to donate
To celebrate Scout Guide Week from Feb. 19-25

Amazing Race: Scouts and Girl Guides edition…

Prince Rupert Scouts and Girl Guides took part in some birthday Amazing Race festivities

To celebrate Scout Guide Week from Feb. 19-25
The Prince Rupert Lions Club donated $500 to the Special Events Society for the 26th Annual Children’s Festival. L-R: Lions Jamie Scott

Lions ensure children’s fun in 2017…

The Prince Rupert Lions Club donates funds to the 2017 Children's Festival

The Prince Rupert Lions Club donated $500 to the Special Events Society for the 26th Annual Children’s Festival. L-R: Lions Jamie Scott

Letter to the Editor: You gotta love election years

Just one short year ago in the BC Budget lockup, de Jong gave an impassioned defence of the Medical Services Premium (MSP) tax

Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre for March 8 – 14

We are looking at doing a bit of spring cleaning. We are still looking for donations in good condition for our garage sale

Letter to the Editor: Rupert gouged ANBT visitors

Hi, having just returned from the All Native Tournament in Prince Rupert I have a few observations about the week.

Kirby Schumacher of Prince Rupert was the winner of the 100

Big winner in Safeway’s Air Miles giveaway

Kirby Schumacher was the lucky winner of 100,000 Air Miles in a Safeway competition last week

Kirby Schumacher of Prince Rupert was the winner of the 100

Letter to the Editor: Trudeau’s promise, a phony lie

We are stuck with a system that presides over a voter decline from apathy (in the 5th decile), that is universally disliked and disrespected