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CityWest CEO Chris Marett hands a large cheque over to Corinne Bomben, chief financial officer for the City of Prince Rupert. (CityWest photo)

CityWest pays $400,000 to the City of Prince Rupert

Annual distribution payments since 2005 now total $7.5-million

 

Owners of Rupert Square Mall waiting for community feedback before leasing to a potential cannabis retailer. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Rupert Square Mall closed to cannabis

Ownership waiting for community and business response before allowing cannabis sales

 

An old oak tree was cut down near the skate park in Prince Rupert earlier this year. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Resident argues for better protection of trees in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert Arts Council denied funding increase in Nov. 26 council briefs

 

Marijuana stores cater to a variety of customers, from those who enjoy the high that cannabis gives to those looking for a more holistic approach to disease and other medical conditions. (Black Press file)

Council votes to expand proposed retail cannabis zone in Prince Rupert

City council will hear feedback from the public information session on Nov. 13

Marijuana stores cater to a variety of customers, from those who enjoy the high that cannabis gives to those looking for a more holistic approach to disease and other medical conditions. (Black Press file)
City of Prince Rupert communications manager Veronika Stewart and city planner Zeno Krekic answer questions about proposed regulations for selling cannabis in Prince Rupert. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Up to 20 cannabis stores possible in Prince Rupert

City planner said it’s ‘ludicrous’ to expect that many shops downtown

City of Prince Rupert communications manager Veronika Stewart and city planner Zeno Krekic answer questions about proposed regulations for selling cannabis in Prince Rupert. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
The City of Prince Rupert successfully pitched a plan through B.C. Smart Communities to interact with citizens through an online-engagement platform. (Pixabay photo)

City scores grant for online-engagement platform

Prince Rupert received a $22,000 grant from the B.C. Smart Communities program

The City of Prince Rupert successfully pitched a plan through B.C. Smart Communities to interact with citizens through an online-engagement platform. (Pixabay photo)
The City of Prince Rupert is requesting proposals for a conditions assessment of its 12 lift stations. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert to assess its sewer infrastructure

City’s requested bids for assessments of its lift stations and replacing Rushbrook Floats pay station

The City of Prince Rupert is requesting proposals for a conditions assessment of its 12 lift stations. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
$16.5M Woodworth Dam replacement project moves forward

$16.5M Woodworth Dam replacement project moves forward

City of Prince Rupert council briefs from Oct. 22 meeting

$16.5M Woodworth Dam replacement project moves forward