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Slow speed to no speed was unfortunately a common occurrence in Prince Rupert recently

  • Feb 3, 2020

 

CityWest sent out notices to all its customers with residential phone service informing them that they have been accidentally overcharging them on PST since 2013. Residents must apply to the Ministry of Finance for reimbursement. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

CityWest mistakenly overcharging customers on PST since 2013

Prince Rupert’s telecommunications company sent out notices to residents informing them of the error

 

Marilyn Wolfe, Scott Simpson, Devin Wall, Travis Wilson, Kitimat mayor Phil Germuth and Chris Armstrong. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

CityWest officially launches its storefront in Kitimat

The event also raised over $500 for the Humane Society

 

CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office

CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office

The company anticipates growth in demand for services with LNG Canada’s project

CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office
(Photo provided by CityWest)

CityWest announces fibre-to-the-home expansion plans

CityWest plans to provide service to half the city by the end of 2018

(Photo provided by CityWest)
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A new area code for CityWest customers

To keep up with growing telecommunications in B.C., 672 will be added to the list of calling areas

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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

CityWest CEO Chris Marett hands a large cheque over to Corinne Bomben, chief financial officer for the City of Prince Rupert. (CityWest photo)
Photo taken Aug. 7, 2018 of the Island Lake wildfire burning through Francois Lake Provincial Park. Image: Facebook/John Calogheros

Wildfires 5 km from northwest B.C. fibre-optic cable

CityWest said fire unlikely to affect northwest B.C. internet service

Photo taken Aug. 7, 2018 of the Island Lake wildfire burning through Francois Lake Provincial Park. Image: Facebook/John Calogheros
CityWest was awarded for their Next Generation Network in School District 52. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

CityWest school project earns an innovation award from B.C.

School District 52’s internet and network was upgraded for easier access

CityWest was awarded for their Next Generation Network in School District 52. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
CityWest employee installs fibre-to-the-home at a Prince Rupert residence. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Fibre technology now available to 150 homes in Prince Rupert

CityWest completes Phase 1 of its $10-million fibre-to-the-home project

CityWest employee installs fibre-to-the-home at a Prince Rupert residence. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
City West makes $400,000 distribution payment to city

City West makes $400,000 distribution payment to city

CityWest has provided the City with $7.1 million in dividends and distribution payments since 2005

City West makes $400,000 distribution payment to city
Don Holkestad joins CityWest board of directors. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Holkestad joins CityWest board

The recently retired CEO of CityWest can’t get enough of the technology business

Don Holkestad joins CityWest board of directors. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
CEO Chris Marett announces that City West is investing $10 million to bring fibre-to-the-home to it’s North Coast customers. Photo by Shannon Lough

Fibre fast future for the city

CityWest invests $10 million to bring fibre-to-the-home technology to Prince Rupert

CEO Chris Marett announces that City West is investing $10 million to bring fibre-to-the-home to it’s North Coast customers. Photo by Shannon Lough