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Ridley Terminals donates $250K to support rail crossing upgrades

RTI makes single largest donation to District of Port Edward in municipality's pursuit to upgrade five of its rail crossings

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An artist's rendering of the planned Lelu Island location of the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal. The Lax Kw'alaams Band will be conducting meetings on the potential moving of the terminal to Ridley Island.

Lax Kw’alaams members to meet over potential PNW LNG dock move

Community engagement meetings set for late January on the potential move and the conclusion of agreements with the proponent

An artist's rendering of the planned Lelu Island location of the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal. The Lax Kw'alaams Band will be conducting meetings on the potential moving of the terminal to Ridley Island.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark made a stop at the Northern View offices on Jan. 18.

VIDEO: Premier Christy Clark visits Prince Rupert, Lax Kw’alaams

In conversation with the Northern View, B.C. Premier Christy Clark offers her thoughts on the upcoming election, jobs in Rupert and more

B.C. Premier Christy Clark made a stop at the Northern View offices on Jan. 18.
Joelle Rabu delighted Prince Rupert audiences in 1987 when the Lester Centre first opened and now she returns for the 30th anniversary of the theatre. Her son

Joelle returns 30 years later

On Jan. 29, a vocalist who helped open the Lester Centre with a strong performance in its very first year of operation, makes her return

Joelle Rabu delighted Prince Rupert audiences in 1987 when the Lester Centre first opened and now she returns for the 30th anniversary of the theatre. Her son
The Westview Wood Pellet Terminal is one example of the port's diversification plan leading into the future.

STORY AND VIDEO: Pellet terminal proof of port plan

The Port of Prince Rupert's Michael Gurney evaluates the various terminals' performance in 2016 and sheds light on plans for the new year

The Westview Wood Pellet Terminal is one example of the port's diversification plan leading into the future.

School council briefs: Jan. 10

Video highlights successful grads, calendar options presented, grad rates below average, SD52 awaits word on teacher boost

The City of Prince Rupert is considering a developer’s request to rezone the Neptune Motor Inn on Chamberlin Avenue to allow it to become housing for seniors.

Neptune Inn tagged for seniors’ housing

A proposal to convert the former Neptune Motor Inn to Hilltop Lodge, a housing complex for seniors was outlined last Monday night

The City of Prince Rupert is considering a developer’s request to rezone the Neptune Motor Inn on Chamberlin Avenue to allow it to become housing for seniors.
Members of ILWU Canada rally in front of Transport Canada offices in Prince Rupert on the morning of Jan. 12.

ILWU members rail against proposed regulations changes

Group calls for Trudeau government to act on its 'change' message and stop considering action that would lead to 12,000 marine jobs lost

Members of ILWU Canada rally in front of Transport Canada offices in Prince Rupert on the morning of Jan. 12.
The Fairview Container Terminal saw a slight decrease in cargo traffic in November 2016

November traffic holds steady at port

A huge month in performance by RTI in November has given the terminal the cargo numbers needed to outpace last year’s stats

The Fairview Container Terminal saw a slight decrease in cargo traffic in November 2016
Property assessments will see the average Port Edward single-family dwelling unit jump nearly 15 per cent from a 2016 valuation — the highest increase of all communities in northern B.C.

Property assessments skyrocket

Port Edward homeowners are bracing for a massive hike in their property assessments.

Property assessments will see the average Port Edward single-family dwelling unit jump nearly 15 per cent from a 2016 valuation — the highest increase of all communities in northern B.C.
Approximately 120 people took part in the freezing cold tradition to ring in the new year at Rushbrook Dock.

VIDEO: 2017 Polar Bear Swim

The Prince Rupert Rotary Club hosted yet another successful Polar Bear Swim at Rushbrook Dock on New Year's Day.

Approximately 120 people took part in the freezing cold tradition to ring in the new year at Rushbrook Dock.
AltaGas' Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal is one step closer to being realized with the expansion of the company's Townsend Faclity. Shown here: an artist's rendering of the Ridley Island facility.

AltaGas doubles Townsend facility, feeder for Ridley location

The Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal by proponent AltaGas is one step closer to being realized through a boost in its supply chain.

AltaGas' Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal is one step closer to being realized with the expansion of the company's Townsend Faclity. Shown here: an artist's rendering of the Ridley Island facility.
West End Grocery was the scene of a Boxing Day fire.

West End Grocery scene of Boxing Day fire

Residents of adjoining apartments displaced and cause of fire still under investigation> Residential home on 8th Ave. E. also catches fire

West End Grocery was the scene of a Boxing Day fire.
SD52 students and teachers had handmade wreaths for sale at the December board meeting. They explained how the greenhouse has been a successful initiative for the high school.

Prince Rupert school board in brief: Dec. 13

Last, Beil voted to lead 2017 board, Board approves budget consultation dates, Conrad heating update, Parents feel they aren't heard

SD52 students and teachers had handmade wreaths for sale at the December board meeting. They explained how the greenhouse has been a successful initiative for the high school.
Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Victoria’s officer in charge

Kitkatla Marine Search and Rescue unit presented with ‘Bravo Zulu’ Award

‘Bravo zulu’ is a naval way of saying ‘Well done’ and was originally done by raising flags on vessels. It is a significant award

Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Victoria’s officer in charge
Students in School District 52 learn the Coast Tsimshian Sm’algyax language in class this past year. School board trustees voted to take action on reconciliation.

SD52 trustees take action on reconciliation

The SD52 board of trustees will invite district principal for aboriginal education Roberta Edzerza to a future meeting

Students in School District 52 learn the Coast Tsimshian Sm’algyax language in class this past year. School board trustees voted to take action on reconciliation.

Rupert council approves major 2017 repaving and water dam projects

Landfill expansion, accessibility lifts at civic centre, pool, LED lighting in arena also on docket

Adonica Browne finishes her routine in front of a packed crowd at the Skating Club’s mid-season ice show last Wednesday.

VIDEO: Prince Rupert Skating Club mid-season show

A packed crowd filled the civic centre for the Skating Club’s mid-season ice show last Wednesday.

Adonica Browne finishes her routine in front of a packed crowd at the Skating Club’s mid-season ice show last Wednesday.
Aurora LNG artist's rendering

First Nations receive $364k in funding to assess Aurora LNG

North Coast First Nations received a monetary boost in their quest to evaluate the Aurora LNG project for environmental impacts

Aurora LNG artist's rendering
Back in March

Council to hike utility rates in the new year for aging infrastructure

Prince Rupert city council voted to pass three new asset management reserve funds for utilities that reached the end of their useful life.

Back in March