Local News

New B.C. Liberal leader’s connection to Sun Wave and Watson Island

Andrew Wilkinson was once the legal representative for Ni Ritao

Pedestrian struck outside movie theatre

The second pedestrian of 2018 was hit with a vehicle along Second Avenue West

The case for sirens in Prince Rupert

Following the Jan. 23 tsunami warning, the City of Prince Rupert is reevaluating its alert system

CN train pushing snow on the way to Prince Rupert
Charles Hays basketball players design senior girls basketball warm-up logo
Complete Streets For Prince Rupert advocates for better design
Truck driver advocates for better pedestrian awareness

Near record-breaking tides caused by super blue blood moon

Prince Rupert will see large tidal swings over the next few days

Overnight tsunami threat triggered alarm in Port Edward, while much of Prince Rupert slept

Emergency BC issued the warning after a 7.9 earthquake off Alaska early Tuesday morning

Prince Rupert presents bird’s eye GO-Map

New layers of the city’s map of Prince Rupert include bus routes, property and cemetery information

Avalanche alert ends, highway reopened between Rupert and Terrace

Highway 16 may be closed until 12 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31

City of Fernie regains access to arena, investigation ongoing

Operational arena by next winter is the goal, says City

Two car incidents caused by icy conditions

Multiple people arrested for outstanding warrants in Prince Rupert

Langley man named deputy BC Conservative leader

Ran for party in 2017

  • Jan 29th, 2018

IIO considers charges for RCMP officer who struck pedestrian

Independent Investigations Office of BC concludes its report of March 26, 2017 collision

Micheal Lee says he’ll bring cell coverage to Highway 16

BC Liberal leader candidate visits Prince Rupert Jan. 20 to talk about his political agenda

  • Jan 28th, 2018

Storm warning issued for North coast, Terrace, Kitimat

Storm expected to hit tonight and Sunday, bringing hazardous winter conditions and icy roads.

UPDATE: Derailment cleanup in Mission Creek near New Hazelton

Access pad and additional filter fence installed in Mission Creek to aid in safe removal of coal.

Cullen apologizes over ‘offensive’ rule supporting women’s reproductive rights

“I apologize for the harm from my comments. I & the NDP are fiercely pro-choice.”

Cowpuccino’s broken into overnight

Police are investigating the scene at the coffeehouse in Cow Bay

Realtors fear new ban on dual agency will hit rural B.C. hardest

Beyond less choice for consumers, new rules mean Realtors are prone to conflicting sales

Prince Rupert introduces RCMP-led LGBTQ Safe Place program

A couple dozen businesses in Prince Rupert have signed up for the program that protects LGBTQ people

  • Jan 25th, 2018

$5 bus hits the road between Rupert and Terrace starting Jan. 25

Prince Rupert Friendship House releases a schedule for its twice-a-week bus to Terrace

  • Jan 23rd, 2018

Car stolen and 60 calls to police involving intoxication

Prince Rupert police briefs for Jan. 15 to 21