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A group within the Gitxsan Nation is filing a legal challenge to the pipeline that would supply gas to a terminal on Lelu Island.
The first Tsimshian totem pole to be raised in Prince Rupert in more than a decade was erected at the Crest Hotel on Oct. 13.
Transportation options available between Prince Rupert and Prince George will be the focus of a symposium planned for Smithers next month.
The District of Port Edward is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to stopping trains from whistling in town.
The City of Prince Rupert is undertaking a cleanup of Bunker C oil tanks in Moresby Park.
Some of the testimony at the inquest into the deaths of Robert and Angie Robinson was tough to listen to.
What started as a routine check for wellness call turned out to be one of the most tragic events in Prince Rupert's history.
People looking to hit the waters around Prince Rupert at the end of October will need to make the trip to Port Edward to launch their boat.
Almost 100 fewer properties were sold in Prince Rupert during the first three quarters of 2015 compared to the same time in 2014.
Nine Allied Tribes of Lax Kw’alaams sign benefits agreement with Eagle Spirit Energy, question authority of mayor and council
The Nine Allied Tribes of Lax Kw'alaams have signed an exclusivity and benefits agreement in support of the Eagle Spirit Energy project.
Hereditary chiefs and several elected chiefs from across Northern B.C. are calling an energy corridor for oil and natural gas pipelines.
The Prince Rupert SPCA is undertaking a trap-neuter-release program for feral cats in the city and is seeking volunteers to help
This week I offer up a tip of my proverbial hat to Coun. Barry Cunningham for standing up in a room full of elected officials...
The group occupying Lelu Island say they "escorted" a group of surveyors off of Flora Bank on Monday morning.
Metlakatla has signed an agreement that will see financial and other benefits from the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project.
A residence on Summit Avenue was completely destroyed after a fire broke out early Sunday afternoon.
Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain was praised by Premier Christy Clark in her keynote address to municipal leaders from around the province.
Residents had their chance to weigh in on what should be covered by environmental assessment of Aurora LNG on Wednesday night.
Make no mistake about it, there is a homeless problem here in Prince Rupert and it is only going to get worse as time goes by.
What some may see as discarded, unusable items, Prince Rupert’s Nicholas John sees as a blank canvas to showcase his creativity.