Three-day forum coming for North Coast victims and survivors of crime week

Prince Rupert RCMP victim services is hosting workshops and speakers between May 28-June 3

First ever Indigenous Symposium educates teachers in Prince Rupert

Cedar weaving, drumming for reconciliation and basic Sm’algyax lessons were offered to educators

Why We Relay: Lois Chappell

After her battle with breast cancer, a Prince Rupert woman found camaraderie on a dragon boat team

Change Makers' Education Society Literacy Day
Conrad Elementary playground grand opening
The new Raven Youth Lounge
Heart of Our City: From paper-pencil learning to building relationships

NW-ACE Program celebrates its 10th cohort in Prince Rupert

Congratulations to the 13 graduating Aboriginal entrepreneurs from northwest B.C.

  • May 15, 2019

Indominable human spirit central to Indigenous residential school play

Terrace theatre company revives Nisga’a leader Larry Guno’s Bunk #7 in 2020

B.C. SPCA reminds public to travel safely with pets this summer

“We recommend that pets are kept inside the vehicle in a secured crate or restrained with a dog seatbelt.”

Killer whale bones make debut at Prince Rupert Whale Festival

North Coast Ecology Centre Society second annual event with dancers and a Mother’s Day movie

Why We Relay: I’m with Isaac

Prince Rupert high school student on surviving five months of cancer treatment, and brain surgery

Kaien Safety trainer gets philanthropic in his retirement

At 75, Kevin Newton is setting up a palliative care home and women’s education fund in Prince Rupert

Masters students envision a more resilient Prince Rupert

Coast Mountain College’s multipurpose room was abuzz April 30 with a series…

  • May 9, 2019

7200 smolt released this year into the Oldfield Creek

11th annual Smolt Festival at the Oldfield Creek Hatchery

Retired Prince Rupert radiologist receives Distinguished Career Award

Dr. Giles Stevenson said his love for the North Coast B.C. community kept him working

Why We Relay: Cancer doesn’t just affect a family, it affects a community

Cynthia Pyde on why she walks in the Relay For Life, and her husband’s battle with pancreatic cancer

3,000 ladybugs released in Prince Rupert greenhouses

Rupert Lawn and Garden is using natural means to battle aphids this year

Northwest elementary students expose their Canadian roots

Northwest Regional Heritage Day fair at the Lester Centre of the Arts

The second annual Family Support Fair held at the Civic Centre on Apr. 27

Family fun with face painting and a bouncy castle at the Jim Ciccone Centre

Growing in full sun at the Prince Rupert Plant and Flower Market

The Garden Club and Transition Prince Rupert teamed up at the Plant and Flower Market, Apr. 27

Tillicum Twin Theatres sees lines out the doors for opening weekend of Avengers: Endgame

Owner says this is the most people they had since Transformers premiered

Growing veggies for Nisga’a members in Prince Rupert

Ecotrust Canada’s Morgan Sage is experimenting with local food access on the North Coast

Annunciation students fulfill wildlife wishes

Prince Rupert Grade 7 students host a bake sale to raise funds for the local wildlife shelter