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Which LNG projects are left in Northern B.C.

A quick review of what LNG projects remain after Pacific NorthWest LNG was cancelled

Northern Savings may have to stop using the word ‘Bank’

Northern Savings Credit Union may be prohibited from using the word

Provincially approved LNG pipeline project faces legal hurdle

TransCanada’s Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project challenged in Federal Court of Appeal

Provincially approved LNG pipeline project faces legal hurdle

TransCanada’s Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project challenged in Federal Court of Appeal

Self-proclaimed Christ named vexatious litigant in B.C.

City of Prince Rupert dishes out $46K to fight frivolous lawsuits; Gitanmaax also has legal history.

STORY AND VIDEO: Annunciation students feed the hungry with custom food bowls

An art project by elementary and high school students aims to alleviate hunger in the community

Gitga’at won’t oppose Pacific NorthWest LNG, sign deal with province

An LNG benefits agreement has been inked between the Province of B.C. and Gitga'at First Nation of Hartley Bay.

AltaGas aquires U.S. company in $8.4 billion deal

AltaGas Ltd. announced today that it is acquiring WGL Holdings Inc. in a deal worth $8.4 billion.

Gitxsan launch legal challenge over LNG project on Lelu

The government is facing another lawsuit filed by a First Nations group over the Pacific NorthWest LNG project on Lelu Island.

Feds launch review about project approval process

Complaints about and suggestions to improve how a federal agency reviews major project proposals were heard in Prince Rupert recently.

VIDEO: Prince Rupert woman treated with unclean medical equipment, Northern Health, B.C. Centre for Disease Control confirms more than a hundred affected

Two months after having an endoscopy Joan Dudoward received a letter telling her that the endoscope used was not cleaned properly.

Pacific NorthWest LNG countdown back on with deadline in September

The countdown is back on for the federal government to decide on whether or not to give the Pacific NorthWest LNG project the green light.

En route to Port Edward a traveller performs C-section on doe

A traveller heading to Port Edward on vacation from Alberta performed an C-section on deceased doe on the side of the road.

$9 million for Tsimshian skills training, LNG or no LNG

The B.C. government has committed to spending $9 million dollars on Tsimshian people for skills training.

Minister of Transport holds consultations in Prince Rupert on the moratorium on crude-oil tankers, video and story

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau went to Prince Rupert to meet stakeholders regarding the moratorium on crude-oil tankers (with video)