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The union representing Marine Traffic and Communication Services workers with the Canadian Coast Guard are raising red flags.
Representatives from 21 municipalities and regional districts formalized the Northwest Resource Benefits Alliance on Aug. 15.
A date has been set for the inquest into the deaths of Prince Rupert residents Angie and Robert Robinson.
Proponents of what could become the first workforce accommodation development on the North Coast came to Port Edward council on Aug. 11.
Like many others around the country on Thursday night I decided to take in the federal leaders’ debate.
Coast Tsimshian Enterprises has entered into another agreement with an electrical services company.
The District of Port Edward has approved spending more than $100,000 to ensure the community is ready to handle increased traffic.
A man who helped keep the North Coast and Canada itself safe passed away last month.
Financial figures released by Ridley Terminals Inc. show what impact the drop is having for the North Coast terminal.
The day after an open house in the community, the District of Port Edward formally zoned a large parcel of land for a planned subdivision.
The Prince Rupert Rotary Club has come forward to donate $1,000 in support of the Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education program
CityWest is warning its customers to be extra vigilant after reports of two different scams involving the use of the company name.
The Gitxaala Nation has a new Chief following Wednesday's byelection.
Right on the heels of a joint venture partnership with Securiguard, Coast Tsimshian Enterprises entered into an agreement with CT Tarpon.
The repurposing of Watson Island moved closer to becoming a reality today as the city announced the awarding the site cleanup contract.
Coast Tsimshian Enterprises is getting into the security business following the signing of a joint venture agreement with Securiguard.
Transportation Minister Todd Stone made his rounds throughout the Northwest last week - perhaps this is the meaning of Christmas in July.
A firm that owns a number of high quality hotels and resorts in the Okangan and Southern B.C. will be opening a Prince Rupert location.
The Village of Lax Kw'alaams will soon have curbside recycling pickup.
A financial update from Bansk Island Gold raises questions about whether or not the company will remain financially viable.