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The Charles Hays Secondary School junior girls volleyball Rainmakers hosted the Northwest zones championships on Nov. 12
Conrad’s Kristy Lu and Thomas Brown were among many SD52 elementary students who participated in a badminton play day
Peewee rep Seawolves’ member Keelan Lemon-Shearing battles with his No. 12 counterpart Josh Leighton of the Bantam house Seawolves
Oldtimers’ forward Ken tries to score on Seawolves’ goaltender Jacob Gordon. The Oldtimers won the Nov. 12 friendly 11-7
A newly-formed organization dedicated to the prosperity of B.C. grizzly bears stopped in Prince Rupert last month
Northern Health wanted to hear about the health and well-being of children in the north during a public meeting in Prince Rupert.
Ring System Music Studio is putting on the annual Rock Stock fundraiser on June 25 with about 50 budding musicians set to perform.
Prince Rupert began spraying herbicides in an effort to eradicate the highly-invasive Japanese knotweed that has sprung up in the city.
The District of Port Edward postponed starting the last part of engineering plans for the Wampler Way bypass road.
The proponent of the Oceanview Development experienced a minor hiccup in its efforts to move forward with its project last week.
The City of Prince Rupert launched its Housing Needs questionnaire last week, as part of its Go Plan Survey.
The day this edition of the Northern View is released is my final day as one of its reporters.
A report by the CPABC indicates while the Northwest may have experienced job cuts last year, the future is looking bright.
Two more vehicles were set on fire in Prince Rupert last week, bringing the total to five in June.
While the Northwest region may have experienced job cuts in the service sector last year, the future is looking bright.
As the condition of shutdown schools in the Prince Rupert School District (SD52) deteriorates, the fate of the buildings are in question.
The Prince Rupert School District (SD52) is expanding its Sm’algyax Language program in September.
The intends to start charging land developers to compensate for the added strain their projects put on city infrastructure.
Those advocating for Prince Rupert’s increasing homeless population feel optimistic that solutions are coming.
Prince Rupert RCMP and the Fire Rescue Department are actively investigating three separate vehicle fires deemed suspicious in nature.