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Peter's Bros. Construction Ltd. announced as winning bidder for 4.3 km, $3.94 million paving contract
Danny Nielsen’s Love.Be.Best.Free tap dance and live musical jazz quartet show will be entertaining audiences this weekend in Prince Rupert.
The Prince Rupert School District is having trouble finding certified teachers, with the teacher shortage issue only getting worse.
On Feb. 10 the Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society board of directors announced Blair Mirau had been named the society’s new CEO.
A new North Coast oceans protection plan has earned the endorsement of the North Coast Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society.
A 9,000-year-old glass sponge reef ecosystem in the North Coast was recently announced as a protected area by the federal government.
The beneficiary of the organization himself, Rupert Mayor Lee Brain proclaimed the month of February 2017 Toastmasters Month in the city
CNR station refurbishment, Board appointments, Chamber of Commerce week, Rec guide dissatisfaction, Mills Memorial petition concerns
Aurora LNG representatives met no shortage of questions or feedback during an open house and council session last week
A big name is making his way to Prince Rupert, but more people in the city may actually be familiar with his opening act.
Presently, the depot serves 20,000 North Coast residents from Prince Rupert, Port Edward, Haida Gwaii, Metlakatla and Lax Kw’alaams
Representatives from Metlakatla, Lax Kw'alaams, Government of B.C. and Government of Canada to sit on Environmental Monitoring Committee
New seniors' and family affordable housing units announced for the village
With the fate of the North Coast’s future hanging in the balance of the upcoming election, Premier Christy Clark made a trip to Rupert
Rupert small businesses will need to up their training and communications tactics with their workers to keep them
Community engagement meetings set for late January on the potential move and the conclusion of agreements with the proponent
In conversation with the Northern View, B.C. Premier Christy Clark offers her thoughts on the upcoming election, jobs in Rupert and more
On Jan. 29, a vocalist who helped open the Lester Centre with a strong performance in its very first year of operation, makes her return
Video highlights successful grads, calendar options presented, grad rates below average, SD52 awaits word on teacher boost
The Port of Prince Rupert's Michael Gurney evaluates the various terminals' performance in 2016 and sheds light on plans for the new year