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On Wednesday morning details surrounding the possible sale of Watson Island came to the surface, and it certainly wasn’t what was expected.
I was pleasantly surprised when I checked out the report from the Federal Maritime Commission about the movement of containers.
Every year I try to take at least a weekend, preferably longer, to get away from it all on Haida Gwaii’s north beach.
Last Tuesday I took the opportunity to take in the open house about the Pinnacle Pellet export terminal proposed for Westview Terminal.
This week’s Enbridge hearings paint a pretty telling picture of the mood of people in the region as it relates to the review process.
There really is no easy way to say this: The dumping of garbage on Wantage Road is getting out of hand and is a definite eyesore.
Sometimes it is amazing the amount of behind-the-scenes work that goes into making something a success.
When I was young and a member of the Beavers (the youngest group of Scouts), we used to play a game called telephone.
The role of social media is changing a lot of things - the way people communicate and share information and the way businesses interact.
May is coming up, and in Prince Rupert that usually means that around the middle of the month the first cruise ship of the year pulls in.
The issue of whether or not the City of Prince Rupert should invest in redoing the website is a divisive one.
Here we go again. That was my thought when I got word that Ridley Terminals COO said the government was looking to sell Ridley Terminals.
Last Monday the City of Prince Rupert held the first of many public forums on the proposed emergency building.
Wow, after catching up on the news it becomes apparent that I have to go on vacation more often.
Prince Rupert took to the national stage this weekend, with over 1,000 people marching along McBride Street.
It’s that time of year again, and I’m getting pretty pumped.
I came across this in one of our sister papers. It tells an important message, and a pertinent one.
While I didn’t actually attend, I must say that this week’s meeting of Prince Rupert Council seems like a step in the right direction
I always look forward to the first few weeks of the year when it comes to news as it is a chance to look at where we have come in 12 months.
The year has absolutely flown by and Christmas is just four days away!