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UPDATE: Mechanical issue delays BC Ferries sailing to Prince Rupert

Northern Expedition may be delayed for Sept. 11-13 voyage, Sept. 14 sailing pushed back 11 hours

Better northwestern B.C. cell service wanted

UBCM action called crucial for health and safety of travellers

Thornhill resident receives Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers award

Donna Ziegler was recognized with 40 others in Victoria Sept. 6

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14 northern B.C. mayors ‘disappointed’ at LNG pipeline challenge

Prince Rupert didn’t take part in the support letter for LNG Canada project

Driver in hospital after Highway 16 crash in Prince Rupert

Police cordoned off the road for several hours early Sept. 6

Collaboration key to success for new SD52 superintendent in Prince Rupert

Irene LaPierre said she plans to build on the strengths of the district

Prince Rupert school district sets record French immersion enrolment

More students are enrolled in the program in SD52 than the average B.C. classroom

Smithers resident reported missing

Jessica Balczer is 18 years old

New B.C. party looks to represent rural voters in next election

Houston councillor Jonathan Van Barneveld says party will be a ‘relentless voice’ for rural towns

Two men arrested in Prince Rupert after police blockade on Frederick Street

A section of Prince Rupert East was closed to traffic for several hours on Sept. 5

Prince Rupert mayor announces run for re-election

Sept. 4 is the first day to submit nominations in the 2018 municipal elections

Photo of BC Wildfire Service unit gets thousands of reactions on Facebook

The BC Wildfire Service’s Stormriders have been battling the Shovel Lake wildfire

Suspicious fire at Roosevelt Elementary school

Excavator found on fire on Sept. 1 in Prince Rupert resulting in more than $5,000 in damages

RCMP briefs: Reported break-and-enter actually yoga class

Files from Prince Rupert police for Aug. 21 to 28

Alkali Lake wildfire downgraded

Efforts now focused on recovery and access to Telegraph Creek

Water main break affects 80 homes in Prince Rupert

City crews have shut off the water on a section of 6th Ave to repair a break

Drinking water concerns at northern B.C hospital

Northern Health said the results of the Prince Rupert Hospital water study not due until fall

Air support sent to Gitanyow

Conditions this afternoon allow for bucketing of 60-hectare blaze

Three fires merge with Alkali Lake blaze

Telegraph Creek wildfire now at 118,000 hectares