Shannon Lough

LETTER: “Rupert dropping ball on emergency preparedness”

MLA Jennifer Rice responds to an editorial on the tsunami warning published Jan. 25, 2018

The case for sirens in Prince Rupert

Following the Jan. 23 tsunami warning, the City of Prince Rupert is reevaluating its alert system

Rupert gateway to grow with Trans-Pacific Partnership

Elimination of tariffs and non-tariff barriers to trade among 11 countries to benefit port industry

IIO considers charges for RCMP officer who struck pedestrian

Independent Investigations Office of BC concludes its report of March 26, 2017 collision

‘The tsunami alarm failed my household’: North Coast residents concerned over sirens, alerts

People living in northern communities share how they learned about Tuesday's tsunami warning

Olympic running coach trains Rupert coaches

Rupert Runners' Learn To Run program will have BC Athletics trained leaders for the first time

Overnight tsunami threat triggered alarm in Port Edward, while much of Prince Rupert slept

Emergency BC issued the warning after a 7.9 earthquake off Alaska early Tuesday morning

Shop Prince Rupert winners

In the past years, more than $250,000 has been spent at Shop Prince Rupert merchants

In Our Opinion: Grinch who stole from KAPS

Prince Rupert had its very own Grinch over the holidays

NWCC students can now complete business degrees in the U.S.

Northwest Community College finalizes a transfer agreement with Park University

RTI donates $138,500 for robotics in the school district

Ridley Terminals funds coding and robotic education in Prince Rupert classrooms

13 per cent increase in Indigenous high school completion

School District 52 saw a steady increase in high school graduates for the 2016/2017 school year

Hottest city in Canada

Bonilla Island's weather station reported temperatures of 18°C, and Prince Rupert hit highs of 11°C

Hottest city in Canada was on the North Coast of B.C.

Bonilla Island's weather station reported temperatures of 18°C, and Prince Rupert hit highs of 11°C

In Our Opinion: Big spending programs

BC Liberal leader hopeful Andrew Wilkinson doesn't have a clear response for the housing crisis

NWCC students can now complete business degrees in the U.S.

Northwest Community College finalizes a transfer agreement with Park University

Rupert port breaks its own records in 2017

Cargo moving through the Prince Rupert Port Authority grew by 26 per cent from 2016 to 2017

Northwest economy remains uncertain

The Northern Development Initiative Trust releases its State of the North economic report

Northwest economy remains uncertain

The Northern Development Initiative Trust released their State of the North report

Northwest economy remains uncertain

The Northern Development Initiative Trust released their State of the North report