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The District of Port Edward council has lent its support the TransCanada's Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project (PRGT).
City crews were called into action shortly before 7 p.m. on Oct. 21 to deal with a broken water main.
Perhaps it was her grace, her elegance, her poise and her beauty that captured the imagination of the judges.
While the federal election may not have happened until Monday, thousands of people across the region cast their ballots early.
There will be a large freighter docked at Northland Terminal over the next few days as crews work on repairing the Amarantha.
Northern Savings Credit Union has laid off 12 people at its head office in Prince Rupert.
Pacific NorthWest LNG president Michael Culbert says the company is optimistic heading into the new year.
Jane Handforth accepts a $500 cheque from Ed Evans of the Prince Rupert Auto Club.
Residents of the North Coast will be able to enjoy free movies on Saturday morning beginning at 9 a.m.
If you’ll pardon the pun, it is safe to say that Rick Trayling was hooked on fishing from an early age.
By the time this paper goes to press, the election will be over and Canada may or may not have a new government.
The City of Prince Rupert has begun work to rehabilitate sidewalks in the downtown core, part of a five year plan.
Nathan Cullen has been re-elected as MP for the Skeena - Bulkley Valley riding.
Work to remove the former Odin Seafood dock in Cow Bay will begin this weekend, a project that will last until the middle of December.
While one resident may have visions of a new fourplex being built on his property, Port Edward council m not be a fan of the idea.
Almost 100 fewer properties were sold in Prince Rupert during the first three quarters of 2015 compared to the same time in 2014...
Every second Tuesday of the month, I sit in Port Edward council chambers to find out the latest happenings in that community...
For more information or to register for the conference, contact ECEBC via phone at 778-884-2486
Julie Stevens, past Honoured Royal Lady of the Canadian Royal Purple Society, was delighted to do honour of inducting...
Traffic through Fairview Terminal is up by 30 per cent this year as the terminal continues toward a record-breaking year.