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A broken water main at the intersection of Crestview and Applewhaite is being repaired
Hamburg, Germany doesn’t have much in common with Prince Rupert, B.C.
Prince Rupert RCMP are seeking potential witnesses to a vandalism spree that created more than $10,000 in damage to private property.
The decommissioning and rehabilitation of Watson Island is taking another step forward with an auction of the equipment later this month.
Documents released following an FOI request show that community leaders feel better transportation is needed along Highway 16.
While PNW LNG is using the former Port Edward School for office space, council says it wants to find a way to re-open the gym to the public.
The next issue of the Northern View will be my last with the newspaper.
TransCanada announced it had reached a project agreement with another First Nation near the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project
Those occupying Lelu Island say they have every right to construct structures, despite a letter sent from the Prince Rupert Port Authority.
The sister of Angie Robinson is calling on the provincial government to provide more support for parents of children with special needs.
A recent survey from the Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce has quantified just how much business give back.
Tucked inside this week's issue of the Northern Connector, you will find a publication entitled Progress 2015.
The debate surrounding ownership of Watson Island was thrust back into the spotlight today
TransCanada has cleared a major hurdle for its Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project.
The District of Port Edward council has lent its support the TransCanada's Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project (PRGT).
City crews were called into action shortly before 7 p.m. on Oct. 21 to deal with a broken water main.
Northern Savings Credit Union has laid off 12 people at its head office in Prince Rupert.
By the time this paper goes to press, the election will be over and Canada may or may not have a new government.
While the federal election may not have happened until Monday, thousands of people across the region cast their ballots early.
Pacific NorthWest LNG president Michael Culbert says the company is optimistic heading into the new year.