Local News

Telegraph Creek evacuees may be home by Christmas

Fire damage was the worst of any First Nations community in Canadian history, says minister

Rupert residents call on province to fill gap in medical eye care

Lack of ophthalmologist forces elderly patients to travel to Terrace for treatments

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Water Returns to shelves
Grocery stores run out of water in Prince Rupert
This Week - Episode 115
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All male council breaks 46-year Prince Rupert streak

Prince Rupert will not have a woman on council for the first time since 1973

Winter season prompts BC Bus North schedule changes

Schedule changes designed to complete trips along Highway 16 during daylight hours

Minister Sims speaks on need for improved connectivity in northern B.C.

Jinny Sims stopped in Prince Rupert as part of a tour promoting a new cell tower in Witset

Prince Rupert to assess its sewer infrastructure

City’s requested bids for assessments of its lift stations and replacing Rushbrook Floats pay station

Hooded man robs convenience store on Park Avenue

RCMP officers are asking for the public’s assistance to find the suspect

Port Edward Mayor Dave MacDonald says goodbye

District’s new coucil begins its term on Nov. 13 with Knut Bjorndal at the helm

Grain car derailment on Ridley Island

VIA Rail cancelled its passenger service due to CN Rail derailment

Pipeline challenger passes first hurdle

Smithers resident wants federal review of natural gas pipeline

Coast Tsimshian Academy principal fired after financial irregularities discovered

Kelly Rambeau was terminated from his position at the academy

New cell service coming to Highway of Tears

Witset was the only First Nation along Hwy 16 still without full cell service.

Two people arrested in Terrace and Prince Rupert drug busts

Police seized thousands of dollars in cash, drugs, weapons

Windstorm knocks out power, delays Sandspit ferry

Islands hit by first significant southeaster of the season

$16.5M Woodworth Dam replacement project moves forward

City of Prince Rupert council briefs from Oct. 22 meeting

Strong winds forecasted in Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii

Winds to reach between 100-120 km/h in Haida Gwaii and 70-90 km/h in Prince Rupert