Matthew Allen

Students put a twist on Christmas trees for Winterfest

Rupert Square Mall hosted it annual tree decorating contest on Nov. 30

Shutter Shack to close its doors after 40 years in Prince Rupert

Photography store will have its last day of business on Dec. 23

Mother of assault victim makes appeal to Prince Rupert public

Kenneth Haldane was attacked by four men on Nov. 27.

BC Hydro crews investigate power outage in Prince Rupert

The outage is affecting 986 BC Hydro customers (BC Hydro photo)

T-bone collision and suspects wanted for assault

Prince Rupert RCMP Police files for Nov. 24 to 26

Rent prices fall in Prince Rupert says study

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation released 2018 rent stats for B.C.

Rupert Square Mall closed to cannabis

Ownership waiting for community and business response before allowing cannabis sales

Heart of Our City: One hundred years strong

Henry Wong celebrated his 100th birthday at the West End Cafe on Nov. 23.

Business fair students donate profits to local Rupert charities

Grade 8 students from Annunciation School donated $210

Indigenous fishery guardians and officers learn how to save a whale

There are 5-10 live stranded mammals reported in B.C. annually

Resident argues for better protection of trees in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert Arts Council denied funding increase in Nov. 26 council briefs

Canada Post workers hold final strike

Federal government passed back-to-work legislation on Nov. 26

Council votes to expand proposed retail cannabis zone in Prince Rupert

City council will hear feedback from the public information session on Nov. 13

Charles Hays students learn with green thumbs

Prince Rupert high school students planted garlic that will be harvested and sold next year

Prince Rupert Middle School students get dramatic with their French

Francophone theatre company Théâtre La Seizième held a drama workshop at PRMS on Nov. 22

Heart of Our City: A teacher born and bred

Rose Ciotoli can’t imagine teaching anywhere but Prince Rupert

What questions do you have about the city’s proposed marijuana laws/boundaries?

Streeter of the Week: Prince Rupert asked about cannabis rules and regulations

Painting a Canadian portrait with 100,000 photos

Tim Van Horn has travelled more than 250,000 kilometres gathering photos for a Canadian Mosaic

Prince Rupert taxi services not worried about ride-hailing services

Ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft will be available in B.C. with insurance by the end of 2019

“Canada Post is cancelling Christmas,” says Rupert’s union president

CUPW rejected Canada Posts proposed ‘cooling off’ period on Nov. 19