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How neighbouring North Coast villages avoided the boil water notice

Prince Rupert’s 100-year-old water system was once considered the example by B.C. Auditor General

Hereditary chiefs negotiate injunction agreement

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs abide by interim injunction, but gate stays up. Still opposed.

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Unist’ot’en open gate

The camp is complying with the temporary injunction allowing natural gas pipeline workers through.

Weather a factor for flipped vehicle near Oliver Lake

RCMP said the driver turned down ambulance services

Wind warning in effect for B.C.’s northern coast

Environment Canada predicting 90 kilometre per hour winds until Wednesday afternoon

Anti-LNG pipeline in Prince Rupert shows support for Wet’suwet’en

Nearly a dozen Indigenous people gathered outside the RCMP station to protest Coastal GasLink

Prince Rupert Port announces $1M for Skeena River salmon

Community Investment Fund will support innovative pilot projects that increase salmon stock

  • Jan 8, 2019

Helicopter used to fix broken transmission lines outside Prince Rupert

A tree fell on a transmission line damaging five BC Hydro structures

  • Jan 7, 2019

Natural gas rates to drop

Rate relief follows years of high prices

Prince Rupert welcomes first baby of 2019

Rylen Lincoln was born on Jan. 2 at Prince Rupert Regional Hospital

RCMP briefs: Early morning house fire and Binh Tran still missing

Six people arrested on New Years Eve in Prince Rupert

Port Edward turns off frozen pipes at RV Sanidump station

Station was used by Prince Rupert residents during boil water notice

Terrace welcomes first baby of 2019

The newborn is the Wiebe family’s second daughter

Kitimat tops northwestern BC single family home value increase list

Prince Rupert has a $1-million home listed in northern B.C.’s top valued residential properties

Tax change triggers tricky debate on politicians’ pay

January first changes will remove one-third tax exemption for elected officials

Prince Rupert’s water still isn’t safe to drink

Multiple clear tests have to be received until Northern Health can remove the boil water notice

What the cherry tree mishap cost the federal government

Cost breakdown for cutting down Prince Rupert’s cherry trees and the apology