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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.

Prince Rupert’s connection to Vimy Ridge

100-years-ago Canadian soldiers from Prince Rupert fought in the Battle of Vimy Ridge, and seven men lost their lives in the effort.

Who killed the reporter? A recap of As the Port Churns (video)

For those who missed last week’s show, here is a quick recap of episode three as written and narrated by David Smook.

Gitga’at won’t oppose Pacific NorthWest LNG, sign deal with province

An LNG benefits agreement has been inked between the Province of B.C. and Gitga'at First Nation of Hartley Bay.

Election signs are blooming for the season

Prince Rupert is getting its first signs of election season, with sections of the city covered in signs.

Extra cold winter creates more potholes on Rupert roads

After a colder than usual winter in Prince Rupert, there are more potholes pockmarking city streets.

Education minister tours Rupert’s high risk middle school (video)

There will be no imminent government funding available to replace the 59-year-old Prince Rupert Middle School.

Residents asked to drop off rat tails and ears for conservation research

A piece of ear or tail from a rat is all that Parks Canada is asking from Prince Rupert residents to help track rodent movement.

Port Edward seniors centre and tidying lots a work in progress

Highlights from the short but sweet District of Port Edward meeting on March 28.

B.C. Nurses say enough violence in the workplace

The Prince Rupert Regional Hospital has been flagged by the BC Nurses’ Union (BCNU) as experiencing several incidences of violence.

Shames asks community to help buy a new snow machine

Shames Mountain, in between Terrace and Prince Rupert, is in need of a new and improved snow machine for upcoming winter seasons.

Cancer society awards Rupert volunteer with the Medal of Courage

Sheryl Sadorski-Gordon from Prince Rupert is the first B.C. volunteer to receive the Canadian Cancer Society's Medal of Courage.

Gloves, gauze, baby wipes found in sewer mains

All three items were found clogged in the city’s sewage system when City of Prince Rupert public works staff were doing two separate repairs

Ashley Furniture Grand Opening

Rob, Constance and Athena Eby want to welcome you to their Mackenzie Furniture Grand Opening on Friday, March 24th!

Entrepreneur competition returns to Rupert

A northwest competition to encourage and help finance younger entrepreneurs is back for its third year

Aurora LNG puts its environmental review process on hold

The Aurora LNG project proposed near the Prince Rupert airport has put its environmental assessment process on hold.

Rice, Pond face-off at North Coast Women in Business meetings

With seven weeks left until the B.C. election, women from Prince Rupert sat down with the two running politicians to voice their concerns.

40 jobs estimated for new agricultural port operation

The port authority estimates 40 new job positions to operate a containerized cargo facility being added to Ridley Island this fall.

Commercial sockeye fishery faces closure on North Coast

Fisheries and Oceans is predicting that 2017 may be as bad for sockeye salmon in the Skeena as 2013.