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Members of the Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce were given an update on the proposed WCC LNG project during on Wednesday.
It’s that time of year again, when Ring System Music Studio music students take the Lester Centre of the Arts stage.
In two years, the Fishermen’s Hall in Prince Rupert will be 50 years old and the building is really starting to show its age.
The Eagle Spirit Energy oil pipeline project has apparently found support from community members in Lax Kw’alaams.
The Prince Rupert School District (SD52) has been given the green light to sell the former Kanata Elementary School property.
Broadway Through the Decades will be a blast from the past, looking back on past Prince Rupert community musicals.
Prince Rupert residents helped raised $12,000 at a recent fundraising event to assist people affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal.
Artwork created by Prince Rupert students in the After School Sport and Art Initiative was put on display last week.
When Pouyan Mahboubi made the decision to stay in Prince Rupert it was because he sensed that he had something to offer the community.
The Neptune Motor Inn closed its doors at the end of April, forcing more than a dozen tenants to find alternative housing.
The 7th Annual Smolt Fest is set to take place at the Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery on Saturday, May 23.
Organizers of the annual National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference (NABOC) are pleased with how the 2015 event went.
Through a partnership between the provincial government and industry, a combined $1.2 million will be invested in Pathways to Success
The 2015 Northwest Regional Heritage Fair took place at the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site on Friday, May 1.
The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional Recycling Facility is now open on Sundays.
A partnership will provide a combined $1.2 million to the Pathways to Success training program.
Prince Rupert city council has expressed its disapproval of Northwest Community College (NWCC) decreasing academic courses
Figures produced by the Prince Rupert Unemployment Action Centre show just how much the rental market changed from 2013 to 2014.
The internationally-acclaimed performance group Living Legends will be performing in Prince Rupert for the first time
Hundreds of young dancers will take to the stage of the Lester Centre of the Arts on Sunday, competing for more than $55,000 in prizes.