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100 years on, Prince Rupert remembered for role in first world flight

100 years on, Prince Rupert remembered for role in first world flight

On April 6, 1924, four planes reached Prince Rupert, their first stop in a flight around the world
Spring Fling squash tournament in Prince Rupert a smashing success

Spring Fling squash tournament in Prince Rupert a smashing success

The Prince Rupert Racquets Association said the competition has given them plenty of encouragement
New 17-unit affordable housing project announced for Daajing Giids

New 17-unit affordable housing project announced for Daajing Giids

Funding part of $3.3 billion provincial housing initiative
Former Prince Rupert mayor Lee Brain appointed to PRPA board of directors

Former Prince Rupert mayor Lee Brain appointed to PRPA board of directors

Hilary Cassady also named to port’s board by Minister of Transport
New program offers free heat pump retrofit assistance for Rupert homes

New program offers free heat pump retrofit assistance for Rupert homes

Residents can now apply for the program run by the non-profit Ecotrust Canada
City outlines long-term infrastructure plan at town Hall

City outlines long-term infrastructure plan at town Hall

Next 3 years ‘disruptive and intrusive’: operations manager
Port Edward proposes 3.3% tax increase for 2024

Port Edward proposes 3.3% tax increase for 2024

Municipality to give final reading to budget at April 23 council meeting
Prince Rupert joins BC Rural Health Network amid health care crisis

Prince Rupert joins BC Rural Health Network amid health care crisis

BCRHN executive director says province needs tailor solutions to individual communities’ needs
The Moby Dick goats are back; Prince Rupert issues temporary use permit

The Moby Dick goats are back; Prince Rupert issues temporary use permit

Moby Dick Inn owner Teresa Lee is planning to open up petting sessions for families this summer
Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Moby Dick Inn owner Teresa Lee is planning to open up petting sessions for families this summer
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