Martina Perry

Housing committees take shape at Prince Rupert council meeting

Prince Rupert city council has laid out its terms of reference for committees aiming to address housing shortages in the community.

Rupertites raise more than $30,000

Thanks to Prince Rupert residents, villages in Cameroon, Africa will have access to a medical clinic.

City lays groundwork for housing committee

The City of Prince Rupert is one step closer to forming groups to address housing shortages within the community.

Conversion of church raises questions

City council has allowed for discussions of converting an old church into a housing complex to move forward, but not without concern.

Pro tells kids to follow their dreams

Dream big and work hard. That was the message of professional basketball player Damen Bell-Holter during presentations at schools last week.

City hoping for grant money

The City of Prince Rupert hopes that by applying for grants it will be able to check off a few major projects on its wish list.

Alaska government considering cutting summer ferry service to Prince Rupert in half

Exactly what service reductions proposed for the Alaska Marine Highway System could mean for Prince Rupert is unknown at this time.

Grand Masters of Illusion Ted and Marion Outerbridge performing Sunday

Grand Masters of Illusion Ted and Marion Outerbridge started their time in Prince Rupert with a little levitation.

Business Excellence Awards finalists announced, online voting underway

Online voting is now underway for the 2014 Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards.

BC Lions bring message of positivity to students

Members of the BC Lions visited schools in Prince Rupert and Port Edward last week as part of the Lions in the House program.

Carnaval at Roosevelt

It was Carnaval at Roosevelt Park Community School last week, with students participating in a number of activities and contests.

Heart of our City: Kate Toye does it for the kids

Prince Rupert’s Kate Toye is glad she always followed her intuition, as it led her to happiness.

Prince Rupert Middle School students Stand Up!

Thirty students from Prince Rupert Middle School participated in The Stand Up! program, part of the province’s ERASE Bullying strategy.

Results from the 56th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament

Below are results from the All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert. Look for updates throughout the week.

Organizers preparing for Prince Rupert Homecoming 2015

There will be a lot of familiar faces in the community this May as a flock of former Rupertites returnfor Prince Rupert Homecoming 2015.

City seeks new means of public engagement

Members of Prince Rupert city council would like to start looking at alternative ways to gather public input.

Details of upcoming growth conference outlined

The 2015 Northwest Growth Conference will take place at the North Coast Meeting and Convention Centre and Crest Hotel on March 6 and 7.

Prince Rupert RCMP, firefighters hitting the ice for charity

Prince Rupert Fire Rescue Department and Prince Rupert RCMP will face off in the 7th Annual Butch Duffy Memorial Charity Hockey Game.

MP hopeful for terminal rebuild

Nathan Cullen is hopeful the dispute between the Canadian and U.S governments can be resolved and a new Alaskan ferry terminal can be built.

The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer performing in Prince Rupert

The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer will make their debut performance in Prince Rupert later this month.