Todd Hamilton

An artist rendering of Canpotex Export Terminal in Prince Rupert that was decided would not move forward.

Canpotex abandons proposed potash terminal in Prince Rupert

Canpotex has pulled the plug on its proposed $775 million potash export terminal in Prince Rupert.

An artist rendering of Canpotex Export Terminal in Prince Rupert that was decided would not move forward.

RCMP release quarterly reports

Haida Gwaii RCMP release quarterly reports to village councils.

Fines to increase for passing school buses

The B.C. government is preparing to increase penalties for drivers who pass school buses while children get on and off.

Friday, March 18 … a good day for all of us

March 18 was a very good day for Prince Rupert and northwest B.C.

Rehearsals are underway for the Lester Centre of the Arts presentation of Rock of Ages. From left, Aaron Viktil plays Drew Boley, Chrys Thompson as Lonny and John Hughes in the role of Dennis Dupree work through a scene on Sunday. Rock of Ages is a classic rock musical featuring famous bands from the ‘80s such as Styx, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Poison and Journey. The Prince Rupert production of the smash broadway and movie hit that featured Tom Cruise, Julianna Hough and Catherine Zeta-Jones will take the stage on April 7 to 9 at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at Cook’s Jewellers and the Lester Centre.

Rock of Ages is ramping up its rehersals

Rock of Ages is a classic rock musical featuring famous bands from the ‘80s such as Styx, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Poison and Journey.

Rehearsals are underway for the Lester Centre of the Arts presentation of Rock of Ages. From left, Aaron Viktil plays Drew Boley, Chrys Thompson as Lonny and John Hughes in the role of Dennis Dupree work through a scene on Sunday. Rock of Ages is a classic rock musical featuring famous bands from the ‘80s such as Styx, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Poison and Journey. The Prince Rupert production of the smash broadway and movie hit that featured Tom Cruise, Julianna Hough and Catherine Zeta-Jones will take the stage on April 7 to 9 at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at Cook’s Jewellers and the Lester Centre.
A number of players and fans replaced tribe or team colours with light blue T-shirts to stage an anti-LNG protest at the opening ceremonies of the 57th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament on Sunday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.

Shell delays final decision in Kitimat

Royal Dutch Shell is delaying its final investment decision on the proposed LNG terminal in Kitimat.

A number of players and fans replaced tribe or team colours with light blue T-shirts to stage an anti-LNG protest at the opening ceremonies of the 57th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament on Sunday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.

Cullen frustrated with tanker ban progress

Nathan Cullen says the new Liberal government isn’t doing enough to formalize its intentions on the oil-taker ban

Prince Rupert victim seriously injured in home invasion

Prince Rupert RCMP are asking for public help to find suspects in home invasion.

Peter Lantin re-elected CHN president

Appeal of results prompted by close race declared invalid

Federal government sues former head of Haida Dental Project

Attorney General alleges Dr. Zed and UBC fraudulently misused millions for personal use

B.C. Premier Christy Clark spends some time with the children at Chief Matthews Elementary in Old Massett, following her announcement Nov. 26 of a feasibility study to help the school receive its long awaited expansion.

Partnership pushes school expansion forward

Premier Christy Clark announces feasibility study to co-pay for Chief Matthews Elementary project with federal government.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark spends some time with the children at Chief Matthews Elementary in Old Massett, following her announcement Nov. 26 of a feasibility study to help the school receive its long awaited expansion.

Province of B.C. pays Prince Rupert

The B.C. government will be forking over $51,065.68 to the City of Prince Rupert this month

Business survey underway

The Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce is currently surveying businesses to guage economic health in the area.

Aurora LNG to host open houses

Aurora LNG, the proponents behind a prospective facility on Digby Island, will be holding a pair of community information open houses

The education of Lee Brain

Only three short years ago, Brain was furiously tapping on a keyboard as an IT guy at School District No. 52.

War memorials info sought

Heritage BC is seeking public input for a war memorials and monuments project commemorating Canada’s contributions

$500K for school upgrades

Charles Hays Secondary School will receive nearly $500,000 from the provincial government to install a range of high-tech equipment.

In our opinion: The cable company that cried wolf

Much like Aesop’s Boy Who Cried Wolf fable, CityWest has been airing alerts like a shepherd on hallucinogens

Prince Rupert Rampage captain Jared Meers, right, and Devin Palmer create traffic in front of Terrace River King netminder  Patrick Leal on Saturday in Terrace. The Rampage picked up their first road win with a 7-4 win over the River Kings.

Rampage roll over River Kings

A four-goal outburst in the second period led the Prince Rupert Rampage to a 7-4 road win over the Terrace River Kings on Saturday.

Prince Rupert Rampage captain Jared Meers, right, and Devin Palmer create traffic in front of Terrace River King netminder  Patrick Leal on Saturday in Terrace. The Rampage picked up their first road win with a 7-4 win over the River Kings.

Major storm to hit Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii, wind warning issued

UPDATE: Thursday, 4:30 p.m. - A wind warning is in effect for Prince Rupert.