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Prince Rupert’s Shawn Stewart lands a punch on Hester Blackwater from Terrace during the April 13 Cage Fighting Force event in Terrace.
An environmental assessment for the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG Project is now underway.
The number of people working in the northwest dropped slightly in March compared to February, reports Statistics Canada today.
Starting this fishing season, Skeena-area anglers will no longer be allowed to harvest any Dolly Varden or bull trout in area streams.
DAVID Black says he’ll build his own pipeline if that’s what it takes to supply a massive refinery he wants to build north of Kitimat.
Crews were called to the 800 block of 8th Ave. East in Prince Rupert on March 8 to battle a major house fire.
Very slight improvement shown in February compared to January
Spectra Energy wants to submit plans for a pipeline to feed an LNG plant in Prince Rupert for an environmental review by early 2014.
City of Terrace has already staked out claim for revenue sharing
The Passenger Transportation Board has approved an application by Greyhound to cut service along HWY 16 between Prince George and the coast.
My Mountain Co-op announced on Jan. 11 the formal completion of the deal that gives them ownership of the Shames Mountain Ski Area.
Right now Spectra Energy’s biggest challenge is accessing the world’s fastest growing market in Asia.
The jobless picture in northwestern BC improved slightly from November to December, reports Statistics Canada.
Operating agreement for Shames Mountain now lies with My Mountain Co-op near Terrace, BC
Part two of the Prince Rupert Northern View's Year in Review looks at the months of April, May and June.
But labour force has also shrunk from October to November
Debt resolution clears way for purchase of Shames Mountain near Terrace, BC
THE LARGEST financial obstacle to My Mountain Co-op’s purchase of the Shames Mountain ski facility has been removed.
Big dollars in the headlines and job numbers listed for proposed projects in B.C.’s natural gas sector are no sure thing.
The Prince Rupert Northern View and Prince Rupert partners are publishing an series of articles highlighting employment in the area.