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Aurora LNG representatives met no shortage of questions or feedback during an open house and council session last week
The beneficiary of the organization himself, Rupert Mayor Lee Brain proclaimed the month of February 2017 Toastmasters Month in the city
CNR station refurbishment, Board appointments, Chamber of Commerce week, Rec guide dissatisfaction, Mills Memorial petition concerns
Teacher Lisa Scherr and the entire Conrad Elementary School in Prince Rupert take part in the national Cardboard Challenge
Butterfly themed artistic pieces, created in honour of missing and murdered Aboriginal women, received generous bids
A big name is making his way to Prince Rupert, but more people in the city may actually be familiar with his opening act.
The Port of Prince Rupert announced on Monday a new monetary donation to the Lester Centre to “light the way"
The longtime Rupertite Richard Wright has overseen the maintenance of its electric components for decades
Former Rupert Mayor Peter Lester knew what he wanted and what he didn’t want.
Forward is one former Rupertite who knows the saga behind the building of the Lester Centre of the Arts
Jean-Luc Fournier, Brett Roth, Jordan Aubee and captain Jared Meers read to kids at the Prince Rupert Library
Prince Rupert RCMP continue an active investigation in what is being considered a suspicious fire
Presently, the depot serves 20,000 North Coast residents from Prince Rupert, Port Edward, Haida Gwaii, Metlakatla and Lax Kw’alaams
Representatives from Metlakatla, Lax Kw'alaams, Government of B.C. and Government of Canada to sit on Environmental Monitoring Committee
With the fate of the North Coast’s future hanging in the balance of the upcoming election, Premier Christy Clark made a trip to Rupert
The credit union donates out eight cheques to eight different community organizations in January
Rupert small businesses will need to up their training and communications tactics with their workers to keep them
It’s easy to see why Dwain Harrison was hand-picked to be the venerable Lester Centre of the Arts’ next technical director.
New seniors' and family affordable housing units announced for the village
NWCC students Haley Crozier, Cheri Herbert and Jamie Martz all won the Pacific Salmon Foundation’s Stewardship Community Bursary