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Elevated levels of lead found in homes after City of Prince Rupert tests first flushing

City issuing flushing reminder for residences and businesses that may contain lead in plumbing

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Bachrach's acceptance speech
Wolf spotted in Prince Rupert
Orange Shirt Day in Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert District Teachers' Union protest

UPDATE: Two semi trucks collide on Hwy 16 east of Terrace

Blown tire pushes logging truck across lane, sideswiping oncoming semi

Automation will kill marine terminal jobs in Prince Rupert, says ILWU report

The ILWU says automation likely to eliminate 66 per cent of high-income jobs

FYI: McBride St. gets the green light, two other roads re-opened after paving

The City of Prince Rupert has completed paving and repairs on McBride

Prince Rupert foster child found guilty of manslaughter in stabbing deaths of foster parents

Second degree murder charges dismissed against then-17-year-old male

Prince Rupert RCMP searching for missing woman

Sheena Snook was last seen on the afternoon of Aug. 21.

  • Aug 27, 2019

City of Prince Rupert announces $22M for water treatment project

The project is a partnership between all three levels of government

Canadian artists drawing inspiration from Kaien Island

Prince Rupert Community Arts Council and Cassiar Cannery announce first-ever Artists-in-Residence

CityWest mistakenly overcharging customers on PST since 2013

Prince Rupert’s telecommunications company sent out notices to residents informing them of the error

City of Prince Rupert seeking parents’ opinions to address child care issues

Child care study launching this week as part of action plan

Feds approve $4M for Tahltan protected and conserved areas

Well defined stewardship will help nation reduce uncertainties for resource partners

Feds approve $4M for Tahltan protected and conserved areas

Well defined stewardship will help nation reduce uncertainties for resource partners

BC Parks student rangers complete several northwest B.C. conservation projects

This was the first time the summer program operated out of Terrace

CN construction in Port Edward off track

CN’s siding project is behind schedule with no update on new timeline

Coast Mountain College announces interim president

Ken Burt, current president and CEO, will say goodbye to CMNT come September

Pembina buying Kinder Morgan Canada and U.S. portion of Cochin pipeline

The deal also includes an Edmonton storage and terminal business and Vancouver Wharves

Exhibit travelling from Quebec to Prince Rupert

The Museum of Northern British Columbia received $9,400 in funding