Shannon Lough

Grocery stores run out of water in Prince Rupert

Video on the boil water advisory, where to call, and where to find bottled water

Microscopic parasite found in Prince Rupert water affecting thousands

More than 12,000 residents affected by the boil water notice issued Dec. 14

RCMP ask public to help find missing Prince Rupert man

Binh Tran has been missing since December 11

Oil tanker ban to be reviewed by committee

Indigenous groups for and against Bill C-48 travel to Ottawa to influence the Senate’s decision

Nurses wanted, Northern Health promotes Prince Rupert in new video

There are 38 nursing job positions available in the area

Choosing assisted suicide in rural B.C.

Chelsea Keays shares the story of what happened when her father decided to die

Lights out? Prince Rupert’s cancer auction goes on

More than $38,000 was raised for cancer treatment and care at the annual fundraiser

CityWest pays $400,000 to the City of Prince Rupert

Annual distribution payments since 2005 now total $7.5-million

Commercial fishing is Canada’s most dangerous job, report states

Senate Committee on Fisheries and Oceans gives recommendations to improve safety for fish harvesters

COLUMN: Strong show of support at Transgender vigil

Thoughts on Prince Rupert’s first time recognizing the Transgender Day of Remembrance

Did you get the emergency alert on your phone?

B.C. government tested the alert system for the second time at 1:55 p.m.

Celebrating diversity on B.C.’s North Coast

Photos and video of dancing, food and henna at Prince Rupert’s Celebration of Multicultural Diversity

Advocacy grows for midwifery services in Prince Rupert

Residents in the group say that having access to a midwife should be a mother’s choice

Researchers on state of B.C. salmon in warm water blob

DFO and Ocean Networks Canada on above average temperatures in the northeast Pacific

After 30 years Metlakatla Development Corporation releases economic impact report

B.C. First Nation corporation has created 220 jobs in the region and $9.6-million in wages

Port charged with burying burnt remains of treated wood

Burning the old dock on Ridley Island for five days in 2017 has led to four environmental charges

Ottawa apologizes to Japanese family in B.C. after chopping historic cherry trees

Plaque installed in Prince Rupert to honour the memory of Shotaro Shimizu

Government makes amends for chopped cherry trees

Shimizu family to attend a special ceremony in Prince Rupert where a plaque will be revealed

A vigil for Transgender Day of Remembrance in Prince Rupert

Names to read of all the transpeople who were killed in the past year

Where are the crosswalk upgrades in Prince Rupert?

New LED lights and countdown timers are expected to be installed this winter