Shannon Lough

More stock assessment needed for wild salmon plan

DFO asks Prince Rupert and Smithers for feedback on Wild Salmon Policy implementation plan

In Our Opinion: Lelu unsettled

The raising of the totem pole on Oct. 20 was a statement to be heard in Ottawa

Halloween Special: This Week – Episode 56

Viewer beware, this is one frightening podcast on where to go this Halloween

Streeter of the Week: Halloween special

What are your plans for Halloween in Prince Rupert?

Federal appeal for Lelu Island case

Federal judge dismissed the case due to applicant’s lack of standing to represent Gitwilgyoots Tribe

Province gives more than $348,000 to support ThriveNorth

Northern entrepreneur competition looks to expand in its fourth year

Regional district briefs: Aurora LNG demobilizes

Nexen Energy asks for more time to close out of its project on Digby Island

Update: Highway closed at Ridley Island Road after crash

Prince Rupert RCMP called to two vehicle incident early Monday morning

UPDATE: Mud slide causes power outage in Port Edward as heavy rain continues

A wind and rain warning was issued for Oct. 23-24 with possiblity of flash floods

VIDEO and story: Totem pole raised on Lelu after LNG project falls

More than 100 people came to the pole raising on Lelu Island after the end of Pacific NorthWest LNG

Wolverine’s first open house

Questions answered on the Prince Rupert Fuels Service project for the port

Vandalism slows Mariners Park playground project

The third and worst act of vandalism happened on Oct. 17 to the new rubberized surface

Poetry festival travels to Rupert by train for Friday

Poetry readings from Canadian poets and open mic for writers from the region

This Week – Episode 55

Podcast hosts learn how to build a 72-hour emergency kit in case of an earthquake

Update: Youth to be charged for second degree murder and attempted murder

Prince Rupert RCMP have 17-year-old in custody after stabbing of 69-year-old couple on Oct. 18

Serving up turkey

CHSS boys basketball serve up lunch for Thanksgiving to seniors

Province investigates complaints on CN’s use of herbicide next to the Skeena

A line of dead vegetation from Terrace to Prince Rupert along the rail line sparked the inquiry

WCMRC grows its fleet and spill response on the North Coast

Two new vessels were added in 2017 to cover oil spills from the Alaskan border to Haida Gwaii

Less congestion at Fairview, but still a work in progress

The Port of Prince Rupert saw Maersk and COSCO divert cargo south while it smooths terminal efficiency