Shannon Lough

The North Coast stays orange after a tight provincial election

Results and reactions from the 2017 B.C. provincial election, Jennifer Rice re-elected as MLA.

Advanced voter turnout up 25 per cent on the North Coast

Judgement day is here, vote in the B.C. election from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Phase 2 cranes on their way to Fairview

Port of Prince Rupert is expecting a crane delivery on Sunday

UPDATE: Oil slick origins undetermined, Coast Guard

Coast Guard investigates oil slick in Prince Rupert harbour following fisherman’s report

Vopak teams up with AltaGas for propane terminal

A global tank storage company is investing in the Ridley Island propane terminal in Prince Rupert

More residents moving into apartments: census

Single-detached homes are still the most common dwelling according to Statistics Canada’s 2016 census

BC Election: Three hard questions — child care

The Northern View asks the North Coast candidates on their policy for the region.

6.2 earthquake shakes residents in northern B.C.

Early Monday morning an earthquake hit B.C.’s northwest near the Yukon and Alaska border.

B.C.’s Lieutenant Governor pays her first official visit to the city

Lieutenant Governor meets with First Nations elders at the Friendship House of Prince Rupert.

6.2 earthquake shakes residents in northern B.C.

Early Monday morning an earthquake hit B.C.’s northwest near the Yukon and Alaska border.

LNG, lumber, affordable housing the hot topics in North Coast debate

All three North Coast candidates stepped up to the plate on Monday night to pitch their party platform and take questions

LNG, raw logs, affordable housing hot topics in debate

The North Coast candidates for the B.C. election took the stage in a debate on April 24 on subject including LNG, health care and education.

City of Prince Rupert takes over control of airport authority, unilaterally changes constitution

For the past 20 years, the airport has been managed by an independent volunteer-based society — until now.

Rotary Club takes final steps in restoring Rushbrook Trail

The Rotary Club’s 14 years of effort to restore Rushbrook Trail is expected to pay off by the end of 2017.

City says the district was included in Watson Island propane plans

The City of Prince Rupert is stating that the District of Port Edward was not left out in plans for a propane terminal on Watson Island.

Slip back into the 1960s with Fillmore North

Slip back into the Sixties for one, or both nights at the Tom Rooney Playhouse this April

UPDATE: Oil slick not from FRPD barge says company

An oil slick has been reported along the Prince Rupert harbour near the dock at the site of the Fairview Terminal expansion.

Include Port Edward in Watson Island plans: Mayor MacDonald

Port Edward council wants to be included in discussions of a propane export facility on Watson Island, Prince Rupert property.

VIDEO: Premier Christy Clark stops for a coffee in Prince Rupert

Two days after the B.C. election was called Premier Christy Clark toured the northwest, and made a brief stop in Prince Rupert.

New supreme court judge for Prince Rupert

From the port to the courthouse, Andrew Mayer has accepted the position as judge for the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Prince Rupert.