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The attempt to revive Northern Gateway now, despite the promised oil tanker moratorium, is particularly disheartening
Our spring tea and bazaar is this weekend, Saturday, May 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Prince Rupert hockey product Brady Ward holds the Keystone Cup (Western Canadian Junior B Championship)
The Windermere Valley Men’s Club is challenging men’s and women’s golf clubs across B.C. and Alberta to donate prize earnings
Another incredibly successful Daffodil Month is behind us and we are able to continue making an impact in the fight against cancer
I want to commend everyone who participated in bringing the people of Prince Rupert their rendition of ‘Rock of Ages’.
This past week Chances Prince Rupert donated $800 to Crime Stoppers, $800 to the SPCA, and $800 to PRMHA
Students from Charles Hays Secondary attended a field trip to Cambodia and visited the historic site Angkor Wat
We are holding our last pancake breakfast of the season on Sunday May 1, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Loaded Throwdown organizer Marc Page masters the rail at Shames Mountain
So the newly elected mayor of Lax Kw’alaams has climbed aboard the crowded gravy train joining proponents supporting PNW LNG
I'm always grateful for the opportunity to explain how B.C. has some of the lowest electricity rates in Canada
Many have criticized projects, saying the majority of jobs provided are temporary. But that has always been the nature of the industry
The seniors’ centre pancake breakfast will be held on Sunday, April 3 from 10 a.m. to noon.
On behalf of the library’s thousands of patrons, library trustees and staff, I want to thank everyone who supported the Public Library
Laurie Thain is coming to perform at the Centre on Wednesday, March 23 at 3:30 p.m.
Lions Club President Paul Rajendram (far left) presents Mike McDowall of the Prince Rupert Salmonid Enhancement Society with $1,800...
We have a couple of new Bingo volunteers who are not afraid of cash or computers which delights us to no end
When Hereditary Chiefs make decisions pertaining to their traditional territories they don’t have to consult with band council chiefs
As the city’s business community gathers to honour exceptional companies, we are proud to support the Business Excellence Awards