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iPhone incompatibility on City of Prince Rupert's website becomes budget issue

iPhone incompatibility on City of Prince Rupert's website becomes budget issue

Council goes to budget process armed with solid numbers on how much fixing the city's website incompatibility with Apple devices will cost.

UPDATE: Power Outage in Prince Rupert will be fixed by 5:30 says BC Hydro

A worn out underground cable junction causes hundreds to lose power, but BC Hydro says everyone will have power back by 5:30 pm.

Final Annual Budget Consultation meeting held, budget amount released

Prince Rupert's School District held the third and final Annual Budget Consultation meeting regarding the 2012/2013 budget.
A&W confirms plans to open Prince Rupert location

A&W confirms plans to open Prince Rupert location

While rumours have been circulating, A&W confirmed today that the chain will be opening a new location in Prince Rupert in the near future.

BC Transit looking for ways to improve Prince Rupert bus system

Prince Rupert city council gives go-ahead to BC Transit for their Service Review of the public transit system in the city.

Prescription drugs stolen by youth in Queen Charlotte

During the week from March 5th to March 11th, 2012, Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 11 calls for service.
A major trail donation

A major trail donation

Michelle Bryant of RTI shakes hands with Metlakatla Development Corporation Wilderness Trail project coordinator Corey Stephens.

Prince Rupert city council outlines schedule for upcoming budget discussions

At the March 12 meeting city council outlined their plans for dealing with budget for the coming year.

Mustel poll shows growing opposition to Northern Gateway Project, not enough jobs

Survey shows growing opposition to Enbridge Northern Gateway project. B.C. residents say project won't create enough long-term jobs.

Fiddler on the Roof performances to start soon in Prince Rupert

Starting March 29, Fiddler on the Roof, a Prince Rupert community musical, will be starting soon at the Lester Centre of the Arts.