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Who wants to live here?

Northwest governments partner on marketing plan to attract workforce, residents

NWCC students can now complete business degrees in the U.S.

Northwest Community College finalizes a transfer agreement with Park University

Northwest economy remains uncertain

The Northern Development Initiative Trust released their State of the North report

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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

LNG pipeline for Prince Rupert still active

The 900km Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project by TransCanada received approvals to expand

Home value on the rise in Rupert

Prince Rupert homes up by 5.9 per cent, median house sales also increased

UPDATE: Vandalism suspects too young to be charged

Six youths were arrested in relation to vandalism at Mariners Park

MVP Of The Week: Troy O’Toole

Prince Rupert Raiders coach Troy O’Toole still enjoys coaching hockey after twenty years

Year in Review: December 2017

More jobs coming to the port, a recovery house proposed and a $5 bus to Terrace in December

BC Liberal leader hopeful Wilkinson shares vision with Rupertites

Andrew Wilkinson travelled to Prince Rupert with two supporting northern MLAs, Ross and Rustad

Year in Review: November 2017

Tent city, a forgotten WWII monument discovered and Pembina announces LPG project

Province raises threshold for homeowner grant to $1.65 million

Eligible homeowners must apply for the grant each year. To be eligible, the home must be used as the owner’s principal residence

Northwest bus service gets a new operator

BC Transit signs contract with Pacific Western Transit Canada after 11 years with First Transit

UPDATE: Six youths arrested after Mariners Park was vandalized

The new $258,000 playground at Mariners Park was covered in spray paint overnight

Year in Review: October 2017

Suspected herbicide use by CN, Wolverine open house and Canada C3’s epic 150-day voyage

AltaGas ahead of schedule

Ridley Island propane project expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2019

Year in Review: September 2017

Port CEO retires, tourist bus stolen and a walk in memory of MMIWG ends at Smithers inquiry

Year in Review: July 2017

The city becomes the involuntary owner of Watson Island, Pacific NorthWest LNG pulls out

Year in Review: June 2017

Multiple fires, MLA Jennifer Rice sworn in and other Prince Rupert news from June

Year in Review: May 2017

A drug raid, end-of-life care upgrades and other Prince Rupert news for May