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Monday Crib: 1st- Lynne M. and Lorna M., 2nd - Margit G. and Diane E., 3rd - Alex W. and Marion W.
Monday Whist:1st — J. Basso and his Dummy, 2nd — D. Eby and S. Paulson, 3rd — M. Weir and R. Basso/M. Niesh and A. Rachuk.
The B.C. island area is one of the best places to visit in the world this New Year, along with Medellin, Taipei, and Buddhist Japan.
In a new, 3-minute YouTube video, B.C.'s tourism bureau kicks off its Super, Natural British Columbia campaign...
"What I never knew is how much they would take care of me," Judith Guichon says of her experience raising four adopted children
Whist Monday: 1st - D. Page and Gerda K. 2nd - D. Eby and M. Shrubsall, 3rd - J. Basso and little sister Mary.
Monday Whist: 1st — M. Shrubsall and Lynne Mak, 2nd — S. Paulson and J. Letts, 3rd — P. Paulson and M. Stegavig.
After more than a year in the making, Prince Rupert's 24/7 recycling transfer station is set to open later this week.
Only police and SPCA constables have authority to enter cars or other private property to free an overheated dog
Friday Whist: 1st — Mary A. and Dummy, 2nd — D. Eby and Gerda K., 3rd — Lynne M. and Merle St.
Cities like Lisbon, Budapest, and Krakow have turned to hosting clean, stylish hostels to entice frugal young travellers.
Friday Crib: 1st — M. Gardiner and D. Eby, 2nd — Lorna M. and E. Page, 3rd — A. Johansen and R. Basso.
A small group of people completed a walk from Smithers to Prince Rupert last week in hopes of reconnecting to Mother Earth.
For more than 30 years Canadians have been working to outrun cancer through annual Terry Fox Run events across the country.
On Aug. 4 and again on Aug. 25, two groups of eight youth descended upon the Skeena River for week-long camps.
Friday Whist: Ladies' 1st — Lorna M. 2nd — Gerda K, 3rd — D. Currie. Mens' 1st — R. Basso, 2nd — M. Weir, 3rd — J. Bassso.
Say it ain't so Joe ... September is here! All good things must come to an end I guess, but boy haven't we had a nice run of it.
Two service clubs and one First Nations band donated to help RCMP teach Drug Abuse Resistance Education Prince Rupert school children.
The viral fundraiser – which has raised over $100 million for ALS research and awareness – has been completed by several newsrooms to date
Friday Whist:Ladies' 1st - M. Shrubsal, 2nd - Gerda K.;Men 1st - R. Basso, 2nd - D. Eby.