- Good News
- Submit News Tip
- Coronavirus News
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Heart of our City
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
A global shipper of breakbulk and project cargo is turning its attention to the North Coast.
It’s unfortunate that some on the North Coast hold onto the idea that work accommodation sites are going to be a threat to communities.
Eagle Spirit Energy says it has the support of more than 30 First Nations spanning from Alberta to the coast.
As the calendar turns from May to June, the focus of many on the North Coast turns to Seafest, which will be taking place from June 12-14.
From a weather standpoint, the month of May was certainly an anomaly on the North Coast.
The first public question and answer period at Port Edward council took aim squarely at the impact of worker accommodation facilities.
The mayor of Port Edward is asking residents to remain calm in light of a series of thefts reportedly taking place in the community.
BC Ferries announced last week it won't proceed with proposed service reductions on its major routes.
This weekend was, admittedly, the first in some time yours truly has worked the weekend coverage shift due to staff vacation schedules.
Noted environmental activist David Suzuki will be bringing his Celebrating Coastal Connections tour to Prince Rupert on June 10.
Betty Weir of the CityWest Tumornators knows perhaps better than any the impact people participating in the Relay for Life have.
Approximately 7,000 juvenile salmon were released into the waters of Oldfield Creek on Saturday afternoon.
Those driving into Port Edward recently will have noticed a significant difference in the landscape.
Prince Rupert track and field athletes competed in the 2015 Northwest Zone Championships at Smithers Secondary School over the weekend.
After a five-year hiatus, the Mount Hays Quickclimb is making its return in 2015.
The Prince Rupert Football Club is getting ready to kick-off a busy year on the pitch with the first tournament of the year.
If Saturday night is any indication, the future of Prince Rupert's sizable music community is in good hands.
The Jim Ciccone Civic Centre was packed throughout the day on May 23 as the Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a Society and Dancers hosted Salmonfest 2015.
The Prince Rupert boys under-14 team made the long trek to Kamloops on the Victoria Day Long Weekend.
There will be a few hundred more people making their way around Prince Rupert on Sunday afternoon as the 2015 cruise season gets underway.