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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.
Charles Hays Secondary School students were once again the beneficiaries of WorkBC’s Find Your Fit travelling tour
Joanne Finlay has volunteered in the community for the past 30 years and has become a successful grant writer for many organizations
In Prince Rupert, there are more than 70 members who belong to the Legion Branch 27. One of those members is Les Gordon
The records of the past are carefully filed and preserved under her white gloved finger tips.
“As the Port Churns,” an improv-based soap opera, will be sure to entertain at the Tom Rooney Playhouse this weekend
The conservation efforts at the North Pacific Cannery have come to a close for the year and there is a lot to celebrate.
The current president of the Prince Rupert Ground Search and Rescue (SAR) team now feels quite content staying in the city he grew up in
Cannons were shooting, sparks were flying and hair was standing on end at Prince Rupert Middle School last Wednesday
The latest initiative for teaching young minds is presenting knowledge from community members in what's called the Spotlight Series
At 11 years old, he left life at the cannery with his family and stepped on a train to go to school in a distant unknown place
The North Coast Transition Society held a vigil in Prince Rupert for the 14 women murdered at École Polytechnique on Dec. 6, 1989.
From the East Coast of Central America to the West Coast of Canada she traded the sun for rain
Women in the community had the opportunity to attend two workshops back-to-back last week organized by the WLN
Joy Sundin has been the special events coordinator since 1992, with a couple breaks in between.
Santa Claus was reading through a stack of letters written in bold with coloured markers when I met him at Gary’s Lock and Security Shop.