City of Prince Rupert

Council to give final consideration to cannabis store

Preview of Feb. 11 Prince Rupert city council meeting

Prince Rupert not ready for commercial cannabis yet

City has yet to form policy on growing cannabis for commercial sale

Prince Rupert resident temporarily banned from city hall for threats

Resident wants city to repair broken retaining wall, and to board up derelict neighbouring home

Organization requests external review of Prince Rupert’s boil water notice

Community for Clean Water founder presented at the committee of the whole meeting Jan.28

City of Prince Rupert cleared to end boil water notice

City has downgraded from boil water notice to a water quality advisory

Watermains flushed to help downgrade Prince Rupert’s boil water notice

City crews try to clear possible debris resulting in milky or discolouration of water

City of Prince Rupert still waiting on street light upgrades

Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure said work would be complete in 2018

City of Prince Rupert to explore funding for Kwinitsa airport ferry

New roll-on, roll-off berth would be called “Rupert’s Landing”

LETTER: City council should open civic engagement, not shut it down

Tom Kertes on the boil water notice and clean water crisis in Prince Rupert

  • Jan 17, 2019

Social media strains over Prince Rupert’s boil water notice

Resident forms Community for Clean Water, and Jennifer Rice responds to acting mayor’s comments

City asks residents to write MLA, MP to help with water issues

Prince Rupert council addressed the ongoing water boil notice on Jan. 14

Mayor to provide update on Prince Rupert’s water

City council preview for Jan. 14 meeting includes more information on boil water notice

How neighbouring North Coast villages avoided the boil water notice

Prince Rupert’s 100-year-old water system was once considered the example by B.C. Auditor General

Prince Rupert welcomes first baby of 2019

Rylen Lincoln was born on Jan. 2 at Prince Rupert Regional Hospital

Tax change triggers tricky debate on politicians’ pay

January first changes will remove one-third tax exemption for elected officials

Boil water notice in Prince Rupert expected to last another week

City officials have sent test results to Vancouver to find out if the water is safe to drink again

Due to costs, Prince Rupert will continue to use ammonia at arena

Terrace curling rink received provincial funds to switch to Freon-based system

Prince Rupert draws its line for cannabis business

City council approved cannabis retail zone area on Dec. 10 after a public hearing

Council to host public hearing on cannabis sales zone

A look ahead to tonight’s Prince Rupert City council meeting

Free transit for voters on election day

Highlights from UBCM and taxes covered in the City of Prince Rupert council meeting Sept. 17