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I wish to extend to North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice an apology and to retract comments I made regarding her vote in the legislature
Jennifer Rice is taking it on the chin from Internet trolls for her refusal to support the deal between the Province and PNW LNG.
Skeena-Queen Charlotte joins 21-member resource benefits alliance
The big announcement never came but 2014 ended with a flurry for Pacific NorthWest LNG.
CityWest presented its sole shareholder, the City of Prince Rupert, with a distribution payment in the amount of $400,000 on Dec. 19.
The Prince Rupert Special Events Society said the cancelled Winterfest fireworks show will now go on New Year's Eve.
Tourism Prince Rupert and the Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce release joint statement condemning move
Wintoba Taffy, first round draft pick of the Hamilton Ball-Chasin' Bird Dogs, will be announcing her retirement.
MLA Rice has provided expense reports for $47,895.05 and her base salary is $101,859 per year.
We have just two things to do — the rest can wait.
Four have signed up to become the next mayor. Arguably, whomever that shall be, will become the most important Prince Rupert has ever had.
Firefighters battled a blaze for more than three hours at the former Totem Lanes bowling alley in Prince Rupert.
Gitxsan chiefs issued eviction notices on Thursday to all sports fisheries, forest industry and CN Rail to leave Gitxsan territories.
The Wall Street Journal reported Deutsche Bank, owner of Prince Rupert’s Maher Terminals, is considering selling.
Where was the City of Prince Rupert when it really mattered? When they could really have made a difference?
I went from worried to angry quicker than a B.C. teacher's decision to strike.
Maybe, just maybe Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals are getting their heads out of their Lower Mainland. But then there's Todd.
Christy Clark needs to get her head out of her Lower Mainland.
Jim Blackstone had a choice in the third end of the 63rd Annual Prince Rupert Marine Bonspiel and it was a classic risk versus reward.
The elected representatives of Prince Rupert are either floating a trial balloon or readying themselves for retirement in November.