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Prince Rupert all-candidates forum set

Prince Rupert all-candidates forum set

With the close of nominations passing on Friday, a date and time has now been set for the all-candidates forum in Prince Rupert.
Tribal Nations Tournament returning to Prince Rupert

Tribal Nations Tournament returning to Prince Rupert

Organizers of the Tribal Nations Tournament are getting set for a few days of basketball action this week.
Annual flu shot season begins

Annual flu shot season begins

Doctors' offices, clinics and pharmacies have begun the annual influenza vaccination program, which is free for seniors and children between six and 23 months old.
Pressure grows for disability support

Pressure grows for disability support

A B.C. Liberal MLA has joined opposition calls for an overhaul of services to developmentally disabled people.
Masset gets a new mayor as Haida Gwaii elections shape up

Masset gets a new mayor as Haida Gwaii elections shape up

Masset will have a new mayor in the form of Andrew Merilees, as incumbent Barry Pages filed his papers for council.
Northern Health CEO discusses new First Nations Health Authority

Northern Health CEO discusses new First Nations Health Authority

Last week, the Federal and BC governments signed an agreement that will give First Nations in British Columbia a direct say in how health services are provided in their communities

Class Size and Composition; Report to the Board of Education

At the beginning of each school year, the Superintendent must send a report to the Board of Education on the district’s class sizes and composition of the school year thus far, and at last week’s monthly school board meeting Superintendent Lynn Hauptman presented the report to fellow board members.

Council votes to tear down unsafe building

Prince Rupert City Council has decided to demolish a derelict building located on the edge of the city's downtown core.
Prince Rupert Port Authority discusses the future of cruise and the 2011 season

Prince Rupert Port Authority discusses the future of cruise and the 2011 season

This week the Prince Rupert Port Authority took a look back at the 2011 cruise season and spoke about what the future holds for cruise in Prince Rupert.
Lax Kw'alaams asks court to order Gitxaala hereditary chief be involved in Watson Island court case

Lax Kw'alaams asks court to order Gitxaala hereditary chief be involved in Watson Island court case

In the court case involving the City of Prince Rupert, the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation and the Gitxaala First Nation of Kitkatla, the last two of whom are claiming Aboriginal title on Watson Island, took another turn this week