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Halibut quota down 15 per cent in B.C. with more restrictions coming

Recreational fishers on the North Coast face challenges to avoid another early halibut closure

Lax Kw’alaams takes the federal and provincial governments to court

The civil suit opposes the Oil Moratorium Act and the establishment of the Great Bear Rainforest

Prince Rupert’s cherry trees chopped

Contractors went to work on the cherry blossoms next to the DFO buildings on March 23

Could new LNG tax breaks resurrect a project on the North Coast?

Reactions to Premier Horgan and the B.C. government’s incentives for LNG Canada’s Kitimat project

Vandalism not the cause of two power outages in Prince Rupert

BC Hydro reported 2,932 customers briefly out of power on March 22

Prince Rupert officer charged after pedestrian struck at crosswalk

A man suffered a broken leg and head lacerations after being struck by the police vehicle in 2017

Helicopter delivers transmission tower to North Coast site
Podcast Episode 76
This Week Podcast - Episode 75
We asked Rupertites how they felt about Greyhound pulling its passenger service

Muddy water found in taps at Prince Rupert hospital prompts investigation

Northern Health to hire consultant to examine three facilities for potential contamination

Extreme weather shelter will stay open for two more months

Prince Rupert’s emergency shelter at 328 Third Avenue West extended its hours for the season

$1,800 stolen from two businesses in Prince Rupert

Break-and-enter trend continues in Prince Rupert, RCMP said

VIDEO: Helicopter delivers new transmission tower to power up Prince Rupert

BC Hydro crews worked to repair the damage after an avalanche hit a transmission tower by Highway 16

Province opens public input on policing standards

The move flows from recommendations of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry

Mayor to present Hays 2.0 Blueprint to Prince Rupert

Updates on the 100-year vision for the North Coast city will be unveiled April 25

Port of Prince Rupert to invest $250,000 to boost exports

Export Development Fund will explore new industries in 2018

$600 of toonies stolen among break-and-enter trend in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert RCMP report an increase in break-and-enter thefts in the North Coast city

Smithers pellet plant ready to build

Pinnacle Renewable Holdings and West Fraser Timber approve construction of plant in Smithers.

Diver airlifted following accident at navy shipwreck

The diver was kept in the chamber while the barge was towed to Hartley Bay

Northwest B.C. pellet plant to provide energy to Asia

Pinnalce Renewable Holdings and West Fraser Timber approve construction of plant in Smithers.

Federal government seeks public feedback on pedestrian safety

Ministry of Transportation has created online survey for feedback on safety report

Pedestrian struck on Third Avenue West on Friday night

The Fifty-five year old man was taken to hospital for chest X-rays