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For a few days in late February, children living in Rupert were able to hear an acclaimed, award-winning author recite his stories
Performers from the tap show, Love Be Best Free, delighted Rupert audiences with live jazz accompaniment on Feb. 25 at the Lester Centre
An alternative justice program has been proposed for the area, and it's one that has gained steam
Former Prince Rupert resident Shelly Elizabeth Starr prepares to bang the gavel at Mayor Lee Brain’s desk in council chambers
A letter regarding delaying the adoption of the Dodge Cove OCP has irked director and Dodge Cove representative Des Nobels
Businesses receive letters from City of Prince Rupert reminding them to shovel snow and ice from sidewalks.
The RCMP will look to chip into the Firefighters’ historic six games to two lead when the two renew their on-ice rivalry once again
Province initiates crosswalk review, board wrestles with second break, fun with coding, final public consultation
City of Prince Rupert states that full demolition and decommissioning of old pulp mill site to be complete by fall 2017
Funding has been made available for those interested in pursuing a career in the LNG industry thanks to a new program by PNW LNG
Grant money and community donations allow high school students to learn archery with Eagle Eye Archers
Peter's Bros. Construction Ltd. announced as winning bidder for 4.3 km, $3.94 million paving contract
A new North Coast oceans protection plan has earned the endorsement of the North Coast Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society.
Danny Nielsen’s Love.Be.Best.Free tap dance and live musical jazz quartet show will be entertaining audiences this weekend in Prince Rupert.
On Feb. 10 the Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society board of directors announced Blair Mirau had been named the society’s new CEO.
A special guest is coming to Prince Rupert to celebrate family literacy courtesy of North Coast Literacy Now and Prince Rupert Early Years.
The Prince Rupert School District is having trouble finding certified teachers, with the teacher shortage issue only getting worse.
A 9,000-year-old glass sponge reef ecosystem in the North Coast was recently announced as a protected area by the federal government.
Former Rupertite and Vancouver comedian Shane Clark leaves audiences in stitches with the Big Dog Comedy show at Chances Prince Rupert