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The Green Wave program gives shipping companies incentives to install emission-reduction technology on vessels
The future of the former New Moon restaurant building is being placed into the hands of insurance companies
The Prince Rupert gill net fleet has been hit hard by a massive algae bloom and may be forced off the water.
Students looking to attend Northwest Community College in the 2015-2016 school year can expect to see almost no changes in service
For tenants, who lost everything last weekend in the New Moon Restaurant building there has been a small glimmer of hope.
Rebecca Watson spends an evening up in the skies with Prince Rupert's Inland Air
The ‘Sea of Glass’ could soon shatter permanently if areas off Prince Rupert’s Pacific coast are not properly protected
The Western Canada Marine Response Corporation has contained and cleaned the seepage and crews will continue to monitor the site.
Efforts by the Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) are underway to contain the leak.
Fraser Lake has secured funding for a Better At Home pilot project that will reach Fort St. James and Vanderhoof.
Seven area schools released hundreds of Chinook Salmon fry into the Nechako River Wednesday.
"For Simon to be the number one guy from B.C and he’s from this town is just awesome,” NVSS track and field coach Brian Nemethy said.
Eagle Spirit Energy has taken the approach to include First Nations in the process of their proposed pipeline.
A motor vehicle accident involving a 44-year-old man from Fort St. James resulted in lane closures along highway 27 Monday, June 1.
Flood warning still in effect for the Nechako River which is expected to rise another 30 centimeters by mid week.
You think walking to the bus is bad, try canoeing in the rain.
The fire has grown to an estimated 13,000 hectares just 500 metres to the western shores of Norman Lake.
A proposed wind farm for Nulki Hills near Vanderhoof is one step closer to fruition.
A fire burning three kilometres south of Norman Lake has initiated an evacuation of residents
The fire has grown to more than 2,700 hectares just 2.5 kilometers south of Norman Lake.