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B.C. mayors are demanding a new deal with senior governments to address the growing financial squeeze on their cities.
We regret to inform our readers that the May 16 issue of the Prince Rupert Northern View has been delayed due to a mechanical issue.
The "Season Opener" at the Terrace/Kitimat Regional Airport went off without a hitch, even with the weather threatening on Sunday.
Dancers from all over the province are in Prince Rupert, partaking in the BC Annual Dance Competition at the Lester Centre of the Arts.
At around eight a.m. on May 4, Holland America's Zaandam made its way into Prince Rupert harbour to kick off a full day visit.
It was once Prince Rupert Secondary School’s grad tradition, lasting over 60 years, to throw a fashion show as a fundraiser towards prom.
This weekend the Prince Rupert Rotary Club and the City of Prince Rupert Recreation Department hosted fun Easter activities.
The Jim Ciccone Civic Centre held its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, and the kids were clamoring to get hunting.
Northwest Community College is still going to lay off instructors to cut a threatened deficit approaching $2 million.
Good-bye Prince Rupert and hello Europe, the Prince Rupert Vimy Students are on their way.
The region's jobless rate has hit double-digit territory and is the highest in B.C.
A provincial Liberal plan to send welfare recipients up north to work makes no sense, says a member of the official NDP opposition.
Teachers in Prince Rupert made their way through the snow to City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Teachers have the go-ahead to strike for three days starting on Monday, but no picketing allowed.
The government is terminating its generic drug purchase agreement with BC pharmacy groups because it wasn't saving enough money.
The Association of BC Forest Professionals say that almost half of the government's forest inventories are over 20 years old.
Fed up with a working-strike that has lasted over half the school year, the government says its time to force teachers back by law.
Tuesday's B.C. Liberal budget is more about political positioning than managing the province's books, NDP finance critic Bruce Ralston says.
North coast band calls federal environmental hearings a sham
With a devastating defeat over the Prince Rupert Rampage the Smithers Steelheads are headed to the second round of the CIHL playoffs.