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The Prince Rupert Port Authority announced a $5 million partnership that will create a shore-based radar system on the North Coast.
The challenges faced by parents raising children with autism in the north has been well documented.
Skeena – Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says both he and the NDP are ready for whatever may come.
The men and women of Harbour Theatre are preparing to bring seven shows to the Tom Rooney Playhouse for Udderfest
Those who argue that MLA Jennifer Rice’s vote in the Legislature means nothing may have just had their arguments validated by ... Rice
This is the first opportunity I've had to write the Heart of Our City since returning from a vacation and since the passing of Odd Eidsvik.
Another liquefied natural gas firm has received its export licence from the National Energy Board.
Province funds more sailings to Lax Kw’alaams and ferry refurbishment while signing MOU to pave Tuck Inlet Road.
Residents of Lax Kw'alaams will soon have access to a paved road, a completely refurbished ferry and additional sailings to Prince Rupert.
The provincial and federal governments have committed to spending $37 million to create an overpass for the CN crossing on Highway 16.
Lax Kw'alaams Mayor Garry Reece said the band will be intervening in litigation filed by the Gitga'at related to Pacific NorthWest LNG
The Ministry of Environment has issued a shutdown order for Banks Island Gold after effluent and tailings entered the environment.
North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice was not in the Legislature when the Pacific NorthWest LNG project development agreement was passed.
The Prince Rupert BC SPCA has set the date for its annual Paws for a Cause fundraising walk.
Fairview Terminal continues to see increased traffic, but tonnage through the PRPA remains below the numbers from last year.
Paul Horak and four of his friends will have a lot of extra spending money, $200,000 apiece, after winning $1 million in the July 8 6/49.
It is interesting that the biggest point of contention here on the North Coast is emanating from the halls of the Legislature
Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain and Port Edward Mayor Dave MacDonald were in Victoria today to speak at the Legislature about LNG.
The Prince Rupert and District Hospice Society is hoping to get the majority of people prepared to deal with end-of-life care.
Five Tsimshian bands have come together to ensure the environment of their traditional territory is protected.
Mayor and staff in Port Edward are calling the handling of a brush fire that broke out in the community on July 4 a resounding success.