In Our Opinion: Chargers and coverage

Still waiting for cell coverage in Highway 16 communities looking to add electric chargers for cars

  • Dec 14th, 2017

In Our Opinion: Watson reborn

Smaller projects on the North Coast require less time to acquire regulatory approvals

  • Dec 7th, 2017

In Our Opinion: Poverty strategy overdue

Rice gave council a lesson on how Prince Rupert rates number one in the province for poverty

  • Nov 22nd, 2017

In Our Opinion: Housing, a basic right

A protest outside Prince Rupert’s city hall is calling for a men’s homeless shelter

  • Nov 15th, 2017

In Our Opinion: #Hammy trends

The hammock deer becomes an internet sensation

  • Nov 9th, 2017

In Our Opinion: Smashing pumpkins

What’s with all the vandalism to playground projects and schools Prince Rupert?

  • Nov 2nd, 2017
The district principal for Aboriginal education on Sm'algyax in the school system
  • 10 hours ago
Alex Campbell, Tsimshian elder and Sm'algyax teacher
  • 10 hours ago
Kindergarten students learn Sm'algyax
    Salmon Christmas crackers recipe

      In Our Opinion: Lelu unsettled

      The raising of the totem pole on Oct. 20 was a statement to be heard in Ottawa

      IN OUR OPINION: A walk to remember

      Keeping memories alive of Tamara Chipman and others who went missing on Highway 16

      Is wind the new LNG?

      While LNG projects drop off, wind projects resurface

      Halibut — the Wild West

      The experimental fishing licence is a peculiar practice

      In Our Opinion: Give the bylaw some teeth

      Time for residents, the city and the province to polish this diamond

      In Our Opinion: Wrong people for the job

      Why Rupert needs a conservation officer in the community

      In Our Opinion: RTI coal goals

      The forecast for Ridley Terminals is looking good if the coal market stays hot

      Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

      Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it

      Vexatious Prince

      A man who claims to be “god” takes the city, the province and the queen to court

      Employer of the year

      City of Prince Rupert pays well

      Seafest shines a light

      Despite the grey start to the week, the red and white themed festival shone

      Farewell, Prince Rupert

      I’ve always thought that Prince Rupert is the best-kept secret in B.C.

      Change is coming

      Two new reporters to fill our paper and our screens.