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But the jobless picture remains dimmer than a year ago
Black Press B.C. North president Lorie Williston announced that Todd Hamilton has been appointed the publisher of The Northern View.
The complete October 31 issue of the Prince Rupert Northern View is now online.
Spectra Energy bills liquefied natural gas as environmentally responsible fuel
After a hushed phone call, she replaced the receiver and dashed into a bedroom and closed the door. A bedroom that never had a closed door.
A provincial program to take people off of welfare and place them in northern construction jobs will be focusing on Prince Rupert.
Here are the results from the 2012 Prince Rupert Northern View Reader's Choice Awards.
A proposal to construct a $13-billion dollar refinery in Kitimat has met with mixed reactions from leaders in Victoria.
A Prince Rupert man faces charges after an alleged altercation with a grocery store worker in Terrace earlier this month.
Click here to check out the complete August 8 issue of the Prince Rupert Northern View.
Northwest B.C. will have a ban on open fires carrying a $345 fine for non-compliance, starting July 13.
A plan to provide skilled workers for the region’s large industrial projects has hit an employment snag of its own – it can’t find someone.
The weather for the Dave Saunders Memorial Hill Climb on July 1 started off like any other weekend weather, cloudy skies with showers.
Pizza Hut restaurant closed its doors, though the owner wouldn't comment on the cause or the duration of the closure.
Happy Canada Day from the Prince Rupert Northern View. Coverage of activities held at Mariner's Park.
Seafest celebrations are happening in Prince Rupert from Thursday, June 7, until Sunday, June 10.
On Saturday, June 2, people in Prince Rupert and across the country took part in a National Day of Action against the omnibus budget bill.
The three men in the helicopter that crashed on the back side of Sleeping Beauty Mountain this morning are confirmed to be dead.
Another black bear hunting season is coming to a close on Haida Gwaii.
The issue of police dog services in Prince Rupert and Terrace came up at last night's meeting of Terrace council.