Kevin Campbell

Nisga’a Rupertite wins it all

One Rupert baller won it all in the girls division at the Junior All Native Basketball Tournament in Kelowna last week.

Expedia singles out Rupert, named Prince Rupert as one of Canada’s top small towns to visit for a Canada Day getaway this summer.

String Quartet at the Lester

A rare opportunity to hear a world-class string quartet is coming to Prince Rupert this Sunday, April 2.

Safe rides supported in Rupert as part of Highway 16 action plan

The province announced $2 million in grants for community vehicles, which includes support for a Prince Rupert indigenous organization.

Conrad, Lax Kxeen received funding boosts from province

Two Prince Rupert schools received funding for infrastructure recently.

STORY and VIDEO: Minor softball league returns for sophomore season

Registered kids and teens could even meet a couple four-legged softball enthusiasts crashing the games (see video)

Earth Hour saw an increase in electricity usage in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert and Port Edward residents actually used more electricity during Earth Hour, or Saturday from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

RCMP vehicle involved in struck pedestrian accident

A man has suffered injuries after being struck in Prince Rupert, with RCMP confirming a police vehicle was involved

The benefits of murder and mystery…

Patrick Witwicki presents a cheque to Christine Leduc from AFFNO to support CPF. The proceeds came from AFFNO’s Murder Mystery fundraiser

VIDEO: Recreational camps offer students an active spring break

Jane Collins and Nancy Le outline their different recreational camps at the civic centre that students could sign up for during spring break

B.C. Greens nominate Arendt as North Coast candidate

Prince Rupert Northwest Community College professor and political scientist joins the provincial election race

Two vehicles collide at Eighth Street and Third Avenue West

Wednesday afternoon collision has emergency responders report to two-vehicle accident at an intersection of Third Avenue West

‘Cursed by history’ no more

Port of Prince Rupert president and CEO Don Krusel outlines the port's progress made over the last 10 years and anticipates the next 10

STORY AND VIDEO: Transition Society turns focus to men’s shelter

The NCTS is focusing on developing a new men's shelter in the community to run alongside its existing women's services

Class sizes to shrink but trouble finding teachers

School District 52 in Prince Rupert navigates this year's budget after the Supreme Court ruled that class sizes must shrink in B.C.

Rupert key to economy: Fed Liberal caucus chair

Surrey MP and Chair of the Liberal Party of Canada’s Pacific Caucus Randeep Sarai made a visit to Prince Rupert on March 2.

Cannery prepares for a big summer

The North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward prepares for Canada150 celebrations and more conservation work in 2017.

Feds asleep as fishing crisis looms

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen slams the Trudeau government for ignoring what he calls a North Coast fishing industry in crisis.

City inks $6.9M water contract

City of Prince Rupert approved a $6.9 million contract to replace the pipeline and build an access road to the dam for city water.

Prince Rupert property taxes going up … again

Prince Rupert homeowners with average assessed value to see an average $38 increase in property taxes.