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The Lax Kw'alaams First Nation is proceeding with a title action for Lelu Island and Flora Bank to establish existing Aboriginal title.
Leaders from Southeast Alaska gave their thoughts on development activity on the North Coast.
Prince Rupert School District superintendent Sandra Jones outlined what parents, staff and students can expect with a new curriculum.
Images of the North Coast will soon be filling television screens across Germany following a visit by a film crew to the region.
Superintendent Sandra Jones said students texting on social media and texting parents during the recent security scare created undue stress.
The somewhat damning Petronas safety audit uncovered by the Vancouver Sun is far from the silver bullet some make it out to be.
After a lengthy public hearing the Masonic Hall has been rezoned to allow for furniture storage for Mackenzie Furniture.
A report by the Vancouver Sun raises questions about the safety record of Petronas, the parent company of Pacific NorthWest LNG.
Unfamiliarity with the route to an anchorage outside of Prince Rupert led to the grounding the Amakusa Island last year.
The issue of homelessness in Prince Rupert was once again brought to the forefront during city council's Sept. 14 meeting.
A significant supply of a powerful drug was seized by Prince Rupert RCMP in late August.
Members of the Lax Kw'alaams band who have been camping on Lelu Island gained some further support this weekend.
Students at Charles Hays Secondary School were briefly kept inside the building this morning after a security threat was received.
Documents filed as required by the First Nations Financial Transparency Act have been updated for the last fiscal year
As somebody who grew up in Kitimat, I have maintained a keen interest in what happens in that community
Doug Kydd’s first residency in Prince Rupert may have been shortlived, but it was one that would change his life forever.
A group of six walkers have completed their journey from Norway House, Manitoba to Prince Rupert.
BC LNG Alliance says it is more than willing to hear from the Northwest Resource Benefits Alliance
Northwest Community Readiness executive director Nichola Wade is trying to help the region prepare for an unprecedented situation.
Residents will soon have their opportunity to weigh in a proposal that would rezone the Masonic Hall to light industrial