AltaGas hosted a tour for North Coast community leaders on July 8, who heard about the progress and processing of LPG products over the past five years of development in the Prince Rupert facility. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Nothern View)

AltaGas Prince Rupert hosted 15 North Coast leaders for tour of RIPET facility

Terrace and Port Ed. mayors, MLA Jennifer Rice, municipal councillors and staff attended

Paul Lagace tenant advocate with Prince Rupert Unemployment Action Center on April 26 presented a 579 signature petition to city council in support of a proposed 11th residential property development. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Almost 600 signatures on Prince Rupert housing petition presented to council

We’re hearing you loud and clear - Lee Brain, mayor on 11th Ave. proposed development

New skills training in Prince Rupert will benefit local industry from having to not recruit outside of the province. 
The first group of Nisga’a students in the Emergency Workers Training Program finished the course on Nov. 10. The program was offered to unemployed or under-employed people from Northwest B.C. 
The skills are in such high demand that five out of the six graduates of the program started employment within three days of finishing the course. 
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Emergency skilled worker training will benefit local industry

Recruiting for skilled emergency workers has been challenging in Prince Rupert