City of Prince Rupert

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

B.C. court asks Crown for more specifics on when fish died during port construction

Prince Rupert Authority and DP World face 10 fisheries violations involving Fairview expansion

Port Edward may cut off water to Watson Island if Prince Rupert does not come to the table

Tensions escalate over the Mutual Aid Agreement and Ridley Island Tax Sharing Agreement

City asks Moby Dick Inn owner to remove goats by end of the week

Council could change livestock bylaw to allow goats to reside within city limits

Redesigning Prince Rupert: former Vancouver city planner to help craft a master plan

DP World, Port of Prince Rupert and stakeholders add muscle to the Redesign Rupert project

Worse for wear: Prince Rupert’s outdoor gym is removed

Just short of its tenth anniversary, the green gym closes over safety and maintenance concerns

City council briefs: A new recreation policy, budget check-up, and recognition for missing children

Prince Rupert council meets on May 13 for the Committee of the Whole

Housing affordability in Northern B.C. sees slight improvements: report

Higher paying jobs mitigating effects of increased housing prices, Realtor says

Prince Rupert’s 2019 budget passed, $15K raise for mayor

City council members to receive 25 per cent of what the mayor makes

City council briefs: Second cannabis shop, April as Sustainability Month

Three people came to speak on the city’s proposed 2019 budget for Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert fire crews won’t help Port Edward after negotiations fail

Mutual Aid Agreement renewal between B.C. local governments has stalled amid tax sharing disputes

Council Briefs: City joins electric charging program

Prince Rupert could have an EV charging station as early as next year; public on 2019 budget

City creates derelict car removal program

Residents of Prince Rupert are encouraged to take part in vehicle spring cleaning

City proposes 2 per cent tax cut

First 2019 budget presentation reveals first tax reduction for Prince Rupert residents in decades

Council asked to authorize over $1-million loan for RCMP detachment

City council preview for Feb. 25 meeting also includes request to rezone Neptune Inn

Crews begin Highway 16 upgrades

The province promised updated lighting and signalling late last year