Kevin Campbell

Gallery moving, yes, but not kicked out

Ice House Gallery looking for new home with port offices expanding

Long road begins for new Prince Rupert arts, culture space

The goal, for Prince Rupert, is to become the next Santa Fe, or Wells, B.C., or Stratford, Ontario.

STORY AND VIDEO: Elders in Residence Walk offers traditional medicine knowledge

Pahl and Lindsay undertake the Elders in Residence Walk

Man struck and killed by train between Prince Rupert and Terrace

No foul play is suspected by RCMP, as investigation is turned over to B.C. Coroners Service

Pembina Pipelines purchases Veresen Inc. in multi-billion dollar deal

Veresen Inc. owns many western Canadian and U.S. energy infrastructure projects

NABOC 2017 attracts 380 delegates to Prince Rupert

Speakers from Bechtel, AltaGas, First Nations LNG Alliance entertain in conference linking the private sector with Coast Tsimshian Nations

STORY AND VIDEO: Final Mckay Street Park designs unveiled by Transition Prince Rupert

Basketball pavilion, carving shed, dog park, skate park all included in designs, with final cost of $3 million. Fundraising starts now

North Coast municipalities bring revenue sharing fight to Province of B.C.

Regional districts asking MLA candidates their position on Resource Benefits Alliance

Prince Rupert council in brief: April 24 meeting

Former King Edward school site proposed for seniors’ housing, City applies for water grant, Airport board changes

Some electoral cards directing voters to wrong polling station

Elections BC’s North Coast office says it is aware of the issue

City passes 2017 tax increase, but not before taking aim at Province of B.C., District of Port Edward agreements

Rupert mayor and council approve tax increase, but not before taking aim at province and Port Ed

STORY AND VIDEO: This isn’t your average grocery trip

Pahl and Lindsay are undertaking the Elders in Residence Walk — a chance to offer the community traditional knowledge on Tsimshian medicine

Evans to lead BC Northern Real Estate Board into pivotal 2017

After becoming involved on the board more than 10 years ago, Evans has occupied a couple different roles with the BCNREB

Ridley Terminals Inc. not impacted by Clark’s request for U.S. coal ban

BC Liberals leader Christy Clark has asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ban all U.S. thermal coal shipments from B.C. ports

Long road begins for new arts, culture space

The Redesign Rupert team brought Genevieve Bucher, president at the non-profit BC Artscape, to Prince Rupert for a CDI Speaker Series

Prince Rupert school district now has monster budget surplus

A budget surplus of $1.4 million had SD52 in a much more enviable position heading into discussions with school trustees this year

STORY AND VIDEO: Second annual Rupert Rubbish Round-up cleans east side of town

Cigarette butt cleanup, greenhouse project next on the agenda for organizer Sarah Dantzer and her team of worker bees

Relay for Life series: Joan Dudoward’s second birthday

Not many people have two birthdays, but Joan Dudoward has joined the ranks of those who have accomplished the feat

Business challenge continues to thrive

The province, Futurpreneur, and Prince Rupert LNG have provided a combined $356,000 to continue the ThriveNorth Business Challenge

Major trades training programs funded

Trades equipment coming to SD52; More skills training arrives in Rupert through Employment Services and Supports program