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A civilian-led police oversight committee has launched an investigation into Prince Rupert RCMP members following an arrest on June 23.
The City of Prince Rupert council and citizens all around this community should thank their lucky stars there is a Port of Prince Rupert
Hays, an 8-handicap, said it was the second time he had picked up a hole-in-one and the second time he had done it in a tournament.
Ian Robinson defended his Men’s Jubilee title with a one-stroke victory over Dylan Kerbrat at the Centennial Course in Prince Rupert.
Sunshine Coast author Mark Cameron is loading up the family camper van for 30 Days of Sunshine, his inaugural BC Book Tour.
Canpotex decides to pull out of potash project in Prince Rupert.
Safer travel on the long-dubbed the Highway of Tears following decades of missing or murdered women along the 718-kilometre route announced.
Canpotex has pulled the plug on its proposed $775 million potash export terminal in Prince Rupert.
Another huge turnout of kids and families came out for the Mariner's Park easter egg hunt this past Saturday
March 18 was a very good day for Prince Rupert and northwest B.C.
Rock of Ages is a classic rock musical featuring famous bands from the ‘80s such as Styx, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Poison and Journey.
Royal Dutch Shell is delaying its final investment decision on the proposed LNG terminal in Kitimat.
Prince Rupert RCMP are asking for public help to find suspects in home invasion.
The B.C. government will be forking over $51,065.68 to the City of Prince Rupert this month
The Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce is currently surveying businesses to guage economic health in the area.
Only three short years ago, Brain was furiously tapping on a keyboard as an IT guy at School District No. 52.
Aurora LNG, the proponents behind a prospective facility on Digby Island, will be holding a pair of community information open houses
Charles Hays Secondary School will receive nearly $500,000 from the provincial government to install a range of high-tech equipment.
Heritage BC is seeking public input for a war memorials and monuments project commemorating Canada’s contributions
A rodeo is going on at least twice a day in Prince Rupert. A limited few are aware of this rodeo and they are scared.