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While the Northwest region may have experienced job cuts in the service sector last year, the future is looking bright.
As the condition of shutdown schools in the Prince Rupert School District (SD52) deteriorates, the fate of the buildings are in question.
The intends to start charging land developers to compensate for the added strain their projects put on city infrastructure.
Those advocating for Prince Rupert’s increasing homeless population feel optimistic that solutions are coming.
The Prince Rupert School District (SD52) is expanding its Sm’algyax Language program in September.
Prince Rupert RCMP and the Fire Rescue Department are actively investigating three separate vehicle fires deemed suspicious in nature.
After seven years of sitting unused, the former Kanata Elementary School property may be developed into residential housing.
The City of Prince Rupert is recognizing its LGTBQ community and showcasing its inclusiveness by painting a rainbow-coloured crosswalk.
After 37 years in the Prince Rupert School District, Sheila Wells is retiring.
The City of Prince Rupert launched its Go Plan Survey earlier this week.
Jump Rope for Heart took over Roosevelt Elementary last week as students supported the Heart and Stroke Foundation
An internal report from the provincial government is proposing a significant shift in medical service on the North Coast.
The Indo Canadian Sikh Association of Prince Rupert donated $1,000 to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts in Nepal
Georgia Scott, 8, and Lauren Scott, 6, were using their entrepreneurial skills last Wednesday, selling cold drinks on a hot day.
Since the closure of the Neptune Motor Inn at the end of April, a number of the former tenants have literally been left out in the cold.
There will be some changes in leadership at three Prince Rupert schools in the fall.
Hundreds of paddles are being personalized as part of a culture program hosted by the Prince Rupert Friendship House Association.
Clarence Martin has committed much of his life to improving life for First Nations people on the North Coast.
The City of Prince Rupert awarded a contract for the first stage of the Fraser Street Rehabilitation Project.
A documentary delving into the cases of missing and murdered women along the Highway of Tears was screened in Prince Rupert last week.