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Today is World Tsunami Awareness Day. Earthquakes are often precursors to tsunamis, so if you’re on or near BC’s coast & feel strong shaking, immediately drop, cover & hold on. When the shaking stops, move inland, to higher ground or …

Seniors Tea and Bazaar

As always, the coffee and tea service was impeccable and the little sandwiches with the crusts cut off decadent – at the First United Church’s annual Tea and Bazaar. It was a great time connecting with folks and buying holiday …

Kate Toye is a Community Champion

Kate Toye has been a champion of early childhood education in Prince Rupert. She’s a mother of 3 who cares about the education of our children of Prince Rupert and the surrounding area. By working in Early Childhood Development for …

#TBT Where’s the Bus?!

#TBT May 2014. “Where’s the bus?” Despite former Attorney General Wally Oppal QC, stating the need for a bus along the Highway of Tears was clear and the support for these services was “so broad and undisputed that no debate …

Celebrating Ridley Terminals Inc

35 years of providing well paying, family supporting jobs is something worth celebrating. Congratulations to Ridley Terminals Inc. Here’s to many more years of prosperity to come.

Funding and Staffing Increases to Help Seniors

Staff in residential care homes work incredibly hard and do a fantastic job. We’ve seen this first hand at the Acropolis Manor in Prince Rupert. When residential care homes are understaffed, staff are challenged to deliver the level of care …