City of Prince Rupert

Failure to secure armed RCMP presence at Prince Rupert’s terminal leads to end of Alaska ferry service

On Oct. 1, the Alaska Marine Highway System will no longer provide service from Ketchikan to Rupert

Denis Garon remembers winding journey along Skeena Highway for 75th anniversary

Labour Day 1944, a ribbon was cut marking the opening of the highway from Prince Rupert to Terrace

NCRD in brief: Upcoming Strategic Plan the priority at Committee of the Whole meeting

Erosion prevention, trail development and All Native Basketball Tournament among the agenda items

New piece of art bedecks Prince Rupert Library

“The Quilt of Belonging to Prince Rupert” makes long awaited move to its new home

Water repair Wednesday

Light traffic disruptions will be in effect

Terrace midwife denied hospital privileges at Mills Memorial

Northern Health expects to have midwifery review complete by late 2019

Prince Rupert resident wins $25,000 in Wild Duck Race

Tickets were almost sold out this year, raising around $40,000 for Terrace Rotary

Stats show violent crime in Prince Rupert drops overall

Assaults and break-ins see noticeable jumps however in new Stats Can numbers

Racquet redesign redeveloping Rupert recreation

Association seeking to turn racquet centre into a multi-sport complex

Province looks for operator to take over BC Bus North

The new contract would extend the service through to March 2021

Downtown Prince Rupert gets a much needed tidying up

Positive Prince Rupert turns their attention to the streets for their July clean

Cow Bay Day put out to pasture: Second event in a month cancelled in Prince Rupert due to lack of volunteers

Connie Jack, organizer of the event for the last eight years, stepped down from her role

Prince Rupert Chamber of Commerce roundtable draws innovate ideas for the city

Participants floated their thoughts for city improvements in a number of areas

Canada Day at Mariners Park offers something for everyone

Dancing, costumes, kid’s games and fireworks all part of the lineup for Canada’s birthday

VIDEO: Goats forced to leave Prince Rupert

Goats, Hanny and Tanny, return to Hazelton due to livestock bylaw

Council Briefs, June 10: “Goat bylaw” in review

Weed shops now in province’s hands, 2018 in review, and new members on airport board

Prince Rupert Port Authority appoints pair of directors

Kenneth Clayton reassumes his role, while Rita Andreone steps onto the board for the first time

Prince Rupert Rotary Club and McElhanney engineering firm recognized for innovative trail project

Rushbrook Trail reopened thanks to concerted efforts from both parties

City allows goats to stay until end of Seafest weekend in Prince Rupert

Livestock Prohibition Bylaw, which includes backyard chickens, has remained unchanged for 23 years