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Shannon Lough has been named the new editor of the Prince Rupert Northern View.
Getting a WWII veteran the proper burial he deserves shouldn’t be a difficult task — it is the very least we, as a society, can do.
The City of Prince Rupert released a video to present residents with a visual image of how embarrassing the city’s water situation truly is.
A six-hour power outage had the city in a panic on Saturday.
On behalf of the staff and management at The Northern View, we would like to wish all of our mothers a very happy Mother’s Day.
Strangely, Lax Kw’alaams Hereditary Chief Don Wesley either didn’t understand the message or chose not to.
Will Cullen step up to the plate to be the next NDP leader after Mulcair was ousted?
City council has two big problems. After years of neglect, infrastructure is crumbling and in desperate need of an overhaul...
It is getting difficult for all the naysayers to prove that the LNG industry hasn’t spent a significant amount of dough in the province.
The All Native Basketball Tournament is upon Prince Rupert for the 57th time this week.
Sports are a critical part of every community and, as such, should be a critical part of every community newspaper.
When I saw on council’s agenda a massive report from staff about the emergency service building,
If I told you that you could buy a waterfront property in Prince Rupert for just $20, I’m sure hundreds would be lined up out the door.
There is a very interesting dynamic growing between the City of Prince Rupert and the Prince Rupert Port Authority.
If you do a quick news search for the word Haida, there is certainly no shortage of hits.
This week, for the first time in quite a while, I made my way to Prince Rupert council on Tuesday night.
There is an interesting situation forming in the northwest when it comes to the labour market.
For years, really since I got here, people have been telling me about the high tax rate the people in Prince Rupert pay.
David Black’s proposal to build an oil refinery in the Kitimat Valley is one that has clearly gotten people across western Canada talking.
Looking at the latest employment figures from the province, it’s clear to see why there is somewhat of a debate surrounding energy projects.