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Prince Rupert Woman Awarded Medal of Courage

The B-C and Yukon Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society gives out an award of courage to one deserving recipient. This year the prestigious Medal of Courage was awarded to a Prince Rupert woman who is battling cancer. Sheryl Sadorski’s journey with cancer began in 2014 when she was diagnosed ... Read more

Riverkings Gearing Up For Coy Cup

The Terrace Riverkings are heading to the Coy Cup, in hopes of securing a provincial title.The Kings recently took down Williams Lake in the Central Interior final to become the Senior Mens AA Playoff Champions. The team has competed in the Coy Cup for the past 5 years... and ... Read more

Prince Rupert Seawolves Win Silver at PeeWee Provincials in Fernie

The Prince Rupert Seawolves have won the silver medal at the Pee Wee Tier Four Provincial Hockey Tournament in Fernie. Prince Rupert lost 7-2 to North Okanagan in last night's Championship final. The Seawolves qualified for the Championship game by blanking Kimberley 4-0 in their final round-robin game earlier in ... Read more

Cullen Continues Battle to Change Canada's Voting System

Nathan Cullen isn't backing away from his battle to change Canada's voting system. The federal NDP's Democratic Reform Critic announced Thursday he's planning a series of town-hall meetings in Liberal ridings across the country, beginning Saturday in Toronto, in an effort to resurrect the issue. Last month, the Prime Minister ... Read more

Prince Rupert Named One of the Top Small Towns to Getaway for Canada Day

With the country’s 150th anniversary on the horizon, Expedia highlighted some of the most enjoyable small towns in the provinces.   Prince Rupert was named one of Canada’s best small towns to visit to getaway for Canada Day-- offering experiences you can't get anywhere else.   While it may be ... Read more