Community

Programs prove popular at local library

Total number of members at Prince Rupert Library drops however

What’s new at the North Pacific Cannery?

Japenese bunk open to the public, machines on the move, new exhibits to be unveiled

VIDEO: Prince Rupert’s legen-dairy Cow Bay district

Locals talk about why they love Cow Bay, after appreciation day was cancelled

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Bingo for a cause
Heart of Our City: Kaps off to Colleen Hermanson
Heart of Our City: Phil Cornwall
Women in the Wind

Cow Bay Day put out to pasture: Second event in a month cancelled in Prince Rupert due to lack of volunteers

Connie Jack, organizer of the event for the last eight years, stepped down from her role

VIDEO: Tyler Stene’s youth golf programs snagging future pros with enthusiastic approach

Stene, or “Mr. Golf Man” to his students, is excited about the youth golf landscape in Prince Rupert

Play time! Conrad Park playground opens to the public

Unique equipment is on hand at the first all accessible playground on the east side

VIDEO: Ian Lihou receives Prince Rupert Civic Recognition Award

The award was presented by Mayor Lee Brain on Canada Day in Mariners Park

VIDEO AND STORY: Prince Rupert celebrations headlined with First Nations and Chinese collaboration

Chinese lion dancing and First Nations drumming delight the Canada Day crowd at Mariners Park

Winners crowned in 2019 Miss BC competition

The province-wide competition brings contestants to Fort Langley for 14 years in a row

PHOTO GALLERY: Prince Rupert celebrates Canada Day 2019

It was a jam-packed day at Mariners Park, full of music, dancing and play

Last of the small time florists in Prince Rupert

Alison Brunelle of Four Seasons Flowers hangs up her shears after decades of service and memories

QUIZ: How much do you really know about Canada?

Put your knowledge to the test with these 20 questions on Canadian facts

Positive Prince Rupert sets out for a summer clean

Moresby Trail the recipient of the organization’s latest cleanup effort

Case closed on an illustrious career

Judge Herman Seidemann retiring after over 40 years serving the law in Prince Rupert

Lack of volunteers leads to loss of Legion Week

Open House cancelled as Legion deals with volunteer issues

Prince Rupert stores team up to serve hot dogs, and opportunity

Andre’s Electronics and Good Time Games running fundraiser to help kids attend summer gaming camps

Canada Day at Mariners Park offers something for everyone

Dancing, costumes, kid’s games and fireworks all part of the lineup for Canada’s birthday

VIDEO: Transition Prince Rupert is sprucing up the city

The Argosy unveiled a new mural made by local and Vancouver artists

Port Edward and Prince Rupert Port Authority offically unveil the tot-ally new “Granny Annie” park

The Anne Neufeld Tot Park underwent a $150,000 restoration project this year

Enderby, B.C., named Canada’s most active community

The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge to award city with $150,000