Matthew Allen

Seeds planted for Port Edward community garden

Thomas Barnett presented the concept to council on Feb. 12

Wolves still haven’t been caught in Port Edward

District council briefs from Feb. 12 meeting include Diana Lake and an update on wolves in the area

This Week Podcast – Episode 122

Highlights from this week in Prince Rupert

Why cancer is deadlier than fire for firefighters

The silent threat that is killing firefighters and how the profession is fighting back

Prince Rupert launches public enagement website

Online platform designed to gather feedback from the public to help inform policy

Upgrades for Oldfield Hatchery Trail

VIDEO: Prince Rupert volunteers laid down fresh gravel over the trail on Feb. 2.

Exterior-only fire service recommendation tabled

Briefs from Feb. 11 Prince Rupert city council meeting

Council to give final consideration to cannabis store

Preview of Feb. 11 Prince Rupert city council meeting

WEB POLL: Should protest and politics be a part of sport?

Several teams wore Wet’suwet’en strong tshirts during the All Native Tournament opening cermonies

A rocker’s heart and a writer’s mind

Patrick Witwicki traded a life of rock and roll for the North Coast

This Week Show – Episode 121

Highlights from this week in Prince Rupert

Dog killed by three wolves near Prince Rupert

B.C. Conservation Officers urging caution after incident in Port Edward

Dog killed in wolf attack in Port Edward

B.C. Conservation Officer is searching for at least three wolves and urges caution

Cold snap causes ice at Oldfield Fish Hatchery

Prince Rupert volunteers cleared away ice to protect the smolt salmon

Prince Rupert not ready for commercial cannabis yet

City has yet to form policy on growing cannabis for commercial sale

Mah honoured for 48-years of service with auxiliary group

Prince Rupert Hospital Auxiliary celebrates one volunteer’s dedication with lifetime membership

One stitch at a time

Whether it’s creating a quilt or a cabin, Sarah Ridgway loves to create

High school completion rate decreases for Prince Rupert Aboriginal students

Completion rate decreased from 63 per cent in 2017 to 62 per cent in 2018

This Week Show – Episode 120

Highlights from this week in Prince Rupert

Organization requests external review of Prince Rupert’s boil water notice

Community for Clean Water founder presented at the committee of the whole meeting Jan.28