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Kate Lyon, the teacher-librarian at Lax Kxeen Elementary School, expresses her vision to "bring community into the schools".
The Prince Rupert Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue christened their second rescue vessel they named it Geoff Gould.
For the past 23 years, Baljinder Basi has taught East Indian dance to children in Prince Rupert.
Angelica Jesser may be one of the most contented twenty-somethings on the North Coast who has no desire to leave our community.
Time spent carving has become one man’s outlet to connect with nature, other First Nations communities and to heal himself.
Before the cranes arrived at the container terminal, Julie Slocombe was on the bus heading north, listening to the naysayers doubt the port
Many adventurers have stopped off in Rupert during their epic journey either on paddleboards or a sailboat and the latest is a cyclist
Ely Abecia, the former president of the Prince Rupert Filipino Canadian Association tried to retire 12 years ago...
The year of 2016 is the Lester Centre’s 30th in operation, and general manager Crystal Lorette is starting the season off with a bang
Mike McDowall took a chance on a job he found in the North Coast, a plane trip or a ferry ride away from his family in Port Alberni
A quiet Saturday afternoon was pierced with motorcycles revving as the 35th Annual Prince Rupert Harley Riders Toy Run took over the city.
Some people think being born and raised in small towns is limiting, but not Navneet Kaur.
VIDEO AND STORY: Bathing facility back online at the hospital with $90,000 from the port and Northern Health
The Prince Rupert Hospital installed a bathing facility after the Port donated $45,000 with matched funding by Northern Health.
Hundreds of people attended a community feast and vigil in Prince Rupert last week, held to commemorate MMIW along Highway 16
It all happens this coming Monday, Oct. 31 at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The students grab their drum and find their place in one of the rows, waiting respectfully for their teacher’s instruction.
Roy Spletzer is a bit of a knot connoisseur. There are at least 4,000 different types of knots in the world, and he’s tied more than 1,800
A group of residents spent their Saturday morning picking up garbage along the shoreline as part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
In Prince Rupert, John Wick opened his home for foster care this year with his partner.
November will be the community’s last chance to help clean up the city in 2016, with the last two civic pride cleanups planned.