Matthew Allen

Lax Kw’alaams takes the federal and provincial governments to court

The civil suit opposes the Oil Moratorium Act and the establishment of the Great Bear Rainforest

Prince Rupert’s cherry trees chopped

Contractors went to work on the cherry blossoms next to the DFO buildings on March 23

MVP of the Week: Finding inspiration on the ice

Samantha Wiley met legends of the women’s game and played in the Global Girl’s Game on March 11

Seawolves win early in provincial finals

Prince Rupert bantam Seawolves scored dramatic wins in the 2018 provincial tournament

Tires, a couch and an oven door found on Wantage Road clean up

Prince Rupert volunteers cleared bottles, bags and other items on the dirt road on March 18

Prince Rupert teams off to a strong start at Junior All Native Tournament

Under-17 and Under-13 boys both registered early victories

Dan Hendrickson goes all in to win Poker Nights tournament

Prince Rupert Curling Club’s annual poker tournament raised approximately $700

Charles Hays wrestling on the rise

Prince Rupert Rainmakers wrestling team is ready for more success after their first season

Federal government seeks public feedback on pedestrian safety

Ministry of Transportation has created online survey for feedback on safety report

Pedestrian struck on Third Avenue West on Friday night

The Fifty-five year old man was taken to hospital for chest X-rays

Icy conditions in the Skeena complicates eulachon fishing

Ice floating in Northern B.C.’s Skeena River can be hazardous for boats or damage nets

Missing children located after two-hour search

Five-year-old boy and seven-year-old girl reported missing to RCMP early Friday afternoon

Streeter – Where will you take your dog now that Doug Kerr field will close as a dog park?

Prince Rupert’s weekly streeter on some of the hottest topics

MVP of the Week: Leaving it on the mat

Tatum Acker turned her newfound passion for wrestling into a zone championship

Rainmakers season ends at BC Provincial Championships

The senior boys team went 2-2 to finish 7th in the tournament

Figure skating show launches into space

Seventy-five figure skaters performed in the Prince Rupert club’s year end show on March 10

Haida and Gitga’at Nation to host coast protection pilot projects

Projects aim to reduce the underwater noise impacting Southern Resident Killer Whales

Prince Rupert Curling Club hosts 67th annual Men’s Marine Bonspiel

Annual tournament drew 26 teams from Prince Rupert and Terrace