Local News

Three people from Prince Rupert area recovering from shellfish poisoning

Butter clams harvested in November 2018 could cause paralytic shellfish poisoning

Uncertain future for Alaska ferry terminal in Prince Rupert

Severe budget cuts could mean ending service to the only Canadian stop on the Alaska Marine Highway

Lax Kxeen rises in Fraser Institute elementary schools rankings

Public Lax Kxeen and Roosevelt Park schools get first passing grades in over 10 years

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Lily Swanson celebrates her 90th birthday
Rotary Club of Prince Rupert Easter egg hunt
Mayor Lee Brain wants an oil tanker ban on the northern coastline
North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice tells the Senate "water is life"

Metlakatla raise the roof on seniors’ housing development

One of two Coast Tsimshian cedar hat-inspired rooftops has been placed on the project

B.C. poverty plan combines existing spending, housing programs

Target is to lift 140,000 people out of poverty from 2016 level

B.C. First Nations’ intake of essential nutrients to drop by 31 per cent: study

Professors project the nutrient decrease by 2050 if climate change mitigation continues as is

Move natural gas pipeline, MP suggests

Coastal GasLink could then avoid opposition

City of Prince Rupert lifts water quality advisory

The City announced on Friday that a false positive is what led to the water quality scare

Rupert students stage city hall sit-in as part of worldwide protest

Mayor Lee Brain invited the group of about 20 students inside for climate discussion

Prince Rupert fire crews won’t help Port Edward after negotiations fail

Mutual Aid Agreement renewal between B.C. local governments has stalled amid tax sharing disputes

Zero-interest student loans a huge relief: CMTN student union

Parliamentary secretary hears from Terrace students, alumni and staff

Pacific Rim National Park mourns loss of ‘bright star’ killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash

Angela Rehhorn remembered for her enthusiasm, dedication and sense of adventure

Port Edward councillors raise Vopak emergency preparedness concerns

At the March 12 meeting councillor Kristoff said “nobody’s ready” for the increased rail traffic

800-year-old Vancouver Island log ready for United Nations project

Language Revitalization Pole will be publicly carved, then delivered to the University of Victoria

WANTED: Five sought by RCMP

Police asking for public’s assistance finding five people on outstanding warrants.

NDP to start candidate search

Follows decision by Nathan Cullen to retire from politics

CAO for Port Edward resigns

Bob Payette is proud to have helped put “Port Edward on the map through the last four years”

Final arguments today in Fowler attempted murder trial

Jury will hear two very different versions of the Oct. 14, 2017 shooting near 2 Mile

Hoop dreams for Terrace’s first major basketball tournament

Organizers hope first year rebounds city reputation as regional host