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The group zeroing in on the redevelopment of a neglected park on McKay Street/Kootenay Avenue hosted a block party on Wednesday.
The ladies of the Breast Cancer Support Group found inspiration from the folklore of a nation of fierce women warriors.
Prince Rupert city council gave the go-ahead to rezone the former Canadian Freightways yard so Quickload Logistics can relocate to the site.
Members of the Prince Rupert United Church are concerned the closure of a lane will create additional parking issues.
The Prince Rupert School District board of education has approved using all of the district's accumulated surplus to balance its budget.
Contract workers from Lax Kw'alaams, Metlakatla and Kitkatla initiated a peaceful protest in front of Fairview Terminal on April 16.
The remodeling of an old church into a multi-unit complex for executive project workers and seniors will be brought to the public.
While all but one terminal within the Port of Prince Rupert had increases in products moved last month, there was a decline in tonnage
With just under two weeks until its commencement, seating for the 2015 NABOC conference is now sold out.
Lester Centre venue of dance, comedy, entertainment
Songs from the ‘60s/’70s musical phenomenon “The British Invasion” will be taking over the Lester Centre of the Arts later this month.
With Prince Rupert Homecoming 2015 just around the corner, the organizing committee is scrambling to cover rental costs
With the event just around the corner, the Homecoming 2015 Committee is scrambling to cover rental costs for its marquee event.
Students around the Prince Rupert School District are preparing for the 2015 Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition.
Discussions on the revitalization of a rundown park on McKay Street and Kootenay Avenue started last week.
Skeena-Bulkey Valley MP Nathan Cullen's Act to Defend the Pacific Northwest was voted down in the House of Commons on April 1.
North Coast Literacy Now is holding the Sixth Annual Celebrating Literacy event later this month at the Rupert Square Shopping Centre.
A huge igloo made from recycled materials has prompted more Lax Kxeen students to visit the school’s library.
The city has released a scaled-down version of its Geographic Information System last week that can be used for info purposes.
Following the success of the inaugural Northwest Growth Conference (NWGC), organizers say a second conference is in the works.