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Ten routes along the coast will recieve in increased BC Ferries sailings
Several teams wore Wet’suwet’en strong tshirts during the All Native Tournament opening cermonies
The holiday was officially switched in 2018 but some calendar companies didn’t get the memo for 2019
After six weeks the boil water notice was been downgraded to an advisory
The guide recommends Canadians eat more vegetables, fruits and whole grains and limit alcohol
Let us know what you think about the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s decision
There was an anti-LNG pipeline protest in Prince Rupert and 54 more across Canada
New Year’s resolution and what it means to people in Prince Rupert
Vote on what news had the biggest impact this year
Prince Rupert is under a boil water advisory for possibly a week, or longer
Salmon Arm and Victoria have voted to ban the use of single-use plastic bags
Prince Rupert’s photography printing shop will close its doors on Dec. 23
B.C. government tested the alert system for the second time at 1:55 p.m.
As of Nov. 22 only 27% of voters had mailed in their reform packages
Web Poll: Are you happy with the federal government’s response to cutting down the cherry trees donated by Shotaru Shimizu?
The trees were chopped down on March 23.
The strike hit Prince Rupert on the morning of Friday, November 9
Clocks will be turned back at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 4
POLL: With big corporations and online shopping thriving, is it time for small businesses to adapt?
Prince Rupert elected two new councillors and four incumbents, and Port Edward has a new mayor
What do you think should be done about the 37-year-old agreement between Prince Rupert and Port Ed?