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MP says CityWest has some explaining to do

Skeena Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says CityWest is going to have some explaining to do if they choose to proceed with plans for usage based billing as the government pushes the CRTC to reverse a decision allowing it to be implemented.
Prince Rupert council heats up its opposition toward decommissioning the Point Henry

Prince Rupert council heats up its opposition toward decommissioning the Point Henry

Prince Rupert City Council is sending a second letter to protest the decommissioning of the Coast Guard’s 70ft Point Henry and plans to replace it with a 47ft manned lifeboat.
Fairview tonnage down slightly while Ridley Terminals continuing to grow

Fairview tonnage down slightly while Ridley Terminals continuing to grow

While the number of containers handled by Prince Rupert's Fairview Terminal was down slightly in January 2011 compared to January 2010, other facets of the port of Prince Rupert are already seeing significant growth compared to last year.
Two views of B.C. health spending

Two views of B.C. health spending

HST decision looms over B.C. budget

HST decision looms over B.C. budget

Minister makes decision on halibut allocation for 2011, looking at changes in the future

Minister makes decision on halibut allocation for 2011, looking at changes in the future

On February 15 federal Fisheries Minister Gail Shea made her decision on the allocation of halibut for the coming season known, and it is not one that takes some steps towards addressing concerns from both the sport and commercial fishery.
Prince Rupert Rampage knocked out of playoffs by Kitimat Ice Demons

Prince Rupert Rampage knocked out of playoffs by Kitimat Ice Demons

The Prince Rupert Rampage took to the friendly confines of the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre Arena with a one game lead in the CIHL western conference finals, but it would be the Kitimat Ice Demons that walked out on Sunday with a ticket to the league championship against the Williams Lake Stampeders.
Third CT scan investigation in Comox

Third CT scan investigation in Comox

VICTORIA - The B.C. government is investigating its third incident of problems with diagnostic medical imaging, this time at a hospital in Comox.
Campbell's farewell in throne speech

Campbell's farewell in throne speech

Prince Rupert Port Authority and Coast Tsimshian working towards cultural pavillion

Prince Rupert Port Authority and Coast Tsimshian working towards cultural pavillion

The Prince Rupert Port Authority and the Chiefs of the Lax Kw’alaams and Metlakatla bands announced today plans that could see a cultural pavilion constructed on the Prince Rupert waterfront