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I am writing to express the Teachers’ Union’s surprise and concern regarding the drastic cut to the public library’s budget
I am strongly opposed to the Aurora LNG facility proposed for Digby Island.
Prince Rupert was lucky to have a visit from three Russian scientists last Friday evening
Knitting group small, but growing at the Seniors Centre
The Prince Rupert RE/MAX Atoms won gold at a recent Terrace tournament, defeating Terrace Red 6-4. Prince Rupert Helijet also won bronze
The Prince Rupert Middle School Storm swept their two games last weekend on the road and had a special guest in attendance
I was interested to read that the City of Prince Rupert proposes selling Right of Way land at what appears to be a 92% discount to market
I followed with great interest the discussion on funding for community enhancement grants
On Tuesday, Jan. 13, I was taking my granddog, Ollie, for his regular morning walk.
Welcome to 2016, all our programs are back up and running this week.
At present there are at least 80 container trucks both going east and west along [their current route].
For the travellers who perished over the Sinai, you are at rest now.
Becoming familiar with aboriginal history, culture and traditions will surely go a long way in helping to bridge the disconnect.
We express concerns with activities that happened on Lelu, specifically the cutting of the buoys.
Can an LNG facility be built in the heart of the Skeena River estuary without seriously harming the wild salmon run?
The Alaska Marine Highway System is at a critical juncture.
If we are going to save the cannery we need to be clear about why we are about to lose it.
Although our community faced some economic challenges in 2015, we should also remember the positive business stories
Five Prince Rupert skaters did the North Coast proud at a recent Kla How Ya skating event in Kitimat
My name is Des Nobels and I live in Dodge Cove on Digby Island, on B.C.’s north coast.