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Engineers will once again calculate the seismic risk rating of Prince Rupert Middle School (PRMS) in the coming weeks.
Members of the public were invited to the Lester Centre on March 9 for a special council meeting to provide feedback.
The Prince Rupert School District (SD52) hosted a consultation meeting to gather input.
Teachers have concerns with the addition of a specialty academy at Prince Rupert Middle School (PRMS) this fall.
The City of Prince Rupert has unveiled a new method of gathering public input, holding its first live voting session last week.
BC Hydro Power Smart recognized the City of Prince Rupert with a plaque for completing an energy efficiency project.
Nothing makes Sarah Browne happier than being around children.
Prince Rupert parents Shawna McKay and Darrel Brown are turning to the community to help offset medical costs.
Sheila Gordon-Payne has decided to step down as Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii’s heath services administrator.
Work could start in May for Watson Island location
While Fairview Terminal experienced gains last month and so far this year, less product overall went through terminals in February.
The Port Edward Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is calling out for donations to purchase new equipment.
The City of Prince Rupert’s chief financial officer presented a report on preliminary estimates for the 2015 budget.
Gifted young performers will be taking the stage this Saturday for the fourth annual Prince Rupert’s Got Talent fundraising show.
The 24th Annual Children’s Festival is being put on by Prince Rupert Special Events this Saturday.
The time has come: The City of Prince Rupert must construct a new RCMP detachment in the community.
As the Prince Rupert Regional Community Foundation (PRRCF) has grown, so has the benefits it provides to the North Coast.
The school district is looking for support to consolidate district offices into the former Westview Elementary School building.
The 67-year-old went from being a troubled youth turned heroin-junkie to an outspoken advocate and social worker in Prince Rupert.
Gains in Aboriginal education being made by the school district are gaining the attention of government officials in Victoria.