Local News

1/17/2018

Vehicle Strikes Pedestrian in Prince Rupert

Another pedestrian has been hit by a vehicle in Prince Rupert. Corporal Devon Gerrits says it happened Wednesday around 10:30 in the morning. A driver was turning west onto Second Avenue from Fourth Street when they struck a 71-year-old woman crossing with the right of way at the signalized intersection. ... Read more
1/17/2018

RCMP's Safe Place Program Arrives in Prince Rupert

The RCMP is teaming up with local buinsess and schools in Prince Rupert to offer safe places for the LGBTQ community. The goal is to offer places so residents know where to go to if they're need any support or are waiting for police in case they were a victim ... Read more
1/16/2018

Smithers Airport Modernization Staying On Track

A multi- million dollar project in underway in Smithers, as the modernization of the airport is in full swing. Construction on the project began in August of last year, and is expected to be completed this November. "We have our regional airport here in Smithers, it's absolutely critical for quality ... Read more
1/16/2018

Poverty Minister Visits Terrace

A meeting was held in Terrace on Friday as part of the Province's Poverty Reduction Strategy. Residents were invited to the Elks Lodge to discuss ideas about how homelessness can be reduced around the province. BC Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction Shane Simpson says a complete and detailed ... Read more
1/16/2018

Fire Badly Damages House In Kitimat

A faulty extension cord being used outside is the suspected cause of a house fire in Kitimat early Saturday morning. Deputy Fire Chief Peter Bizarro says when firefighters arrived at the house on Fulmer Street, they saw a glow at the back of the home.They woke two people inside the ... Read more