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NWCC asks Prince Rupert what it needs from the college

NWCC asks Prince Rupert what it needs from the college

The Northwest Community College held a public input session last Thursday to gather ideas on how the college can meet the community's needs.
Sun setting on foreign ferries?

Sun setting on foreign ferries?

An $8 billion federal contract for Coast Guard and navy ships could mean the end of ferries built in foreign shipyards, B.C. government officials say.
Northern Savings Credit Union hands out $15,000 to Prince Rupert community groups

Northern Savings Credit Union hands out $15,000 to Prince Rupert community groups

Northern Savings Credit Union handed out $15,000 to Prince Rupert community groups today to mark Credit Union Day.

SPCA says too many pets in Prince Rupert missing IDs

It’s all too common in Prince Rupert; people’s pets wondering off away from home and never returning.

City of Prince Rupert sends a letter to missing women inquiry

City council sent a short letter last week to the public inquiry that is investigating the disappearances of women in BC.
BC Hydro CEO quits for new job

BC Hydro CEO quits for new job

Seventeen months after moving from the Vancouver Olympics to CEO of BC Hydro, Dave Cobb is leaving the utility at the end of November.
Interim CEO defends disabled care

Interim CEO defends disabled care

As the opposition kept up the political pressure on the B.C. Liberal government to halt the closure of group homes for developmentally disabled people, the interim CEO of the agency responsible held a rare news conference at the B.C. legislature Wednesday.

Prince Rupert city council passes tax exemption bylaw

Prince Rupert City Council approved $411,984.48 worth of municipal tax exemptions.
Tourism Prince Rupert CEO discusses 2011 and 2012 seasons

Tourism Prince Rupert CEO discusses 2011 and 2012 seasons

Tourism Prince Rupert CEO Bruce Wishart was the speaker at the October 19 Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Weekly notes from the Masset and Queen Charlotte RCMP

During the week from October 10th to October 16th, 2011, Queen Charlotte RCMP responded to 17 calls for service.