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Glyphosate residue found on dead leaves next to CN tracks

The province continues to investigate CN Rail's use of herbicide along the Skeena River

Streeter of the Week: Does Prince Rupert need a homeless shelter?

Every week we ask people on the street in Prince Rupert what they think about a subject

UPDATE: Highway 16 is open with delays due to avalanche control

DriveBC has opened the highway between Prince Rupert and Terrace but expect delays

Downtown location found for an emergency shelter

Prince Rupert mayor asks community to direct financial support to the North Coast Transition Society

Pedestrian struck by vehicle at crosswalk

A woman was hit by a vehicle on Second Avenue West near the Chevron gas station on Friday night

CN to hire 600 people in Western Canada

After laying off 1,000 employees over past two years, Canada's largest rail company on hiring spree

VIDEO: City to receive 44 units for homeless, and the search for an emergency shelter

North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice presented poverty strategies to Prince Rupert council on Nov. 14

Rupert below average in housing

In Prince Rupert 60.3 per cent residents own their home, eight per cent below the provincial average

Fire damages Dolly’s Fish Market

Prince Rupert fire crews were called at 4:15 a.m. to put out the fire on Cow Bay Road

Tents raised outside city hall to draw attention to homelessness

Mayor Lee Brain asks province to bring affordable modular homes to Prince Rupert

CN to hire 600 people in Western Canada as business improves

After laying off 1,000 employees starting in 2015 Canada's largest rail company is on a hiring spree

VIDEO: Rangers restore hidden monument to fallen WWII soldier

Only soldier who died in Prince Rupert during World War II remembered

VIDEO: Rangers restore hidden monument to fallen WWII soldier

Only soldier who died in Prince Rupert during World War II remembered

Landslide closes road in Port Edward for nine days

Couple looking after the cannery site while the power was out had a peaceful week without TV or phone

Landslide closes road in Port Edward for nine days

Couple looking after the cannery site while the power was out had a peaceful week without TV or phone

Fundraiser for son who lost both his parents suddenly

A friend of the family has set up a GoFundMe page to support the costs of end of life services

In Our Opinion: Lelu unsettled

The raising of the totem pole on Oct. 20 was a statement to be heard in Ottawa

More stock assessment needed for wild salmon plan

DFO asks Prince Rupert and Smithers for feedback on Wild Salmon Policy implementation plan

Federal appeal for Lelu Island case

Federal judge dismissed the case due to applicant's lack of standing to represent Gitwilgyoots Tribe

Province gives more than $348,000 to support ThriveNorth

Northern entrepreneur competition looks to expand in its fourth year