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B.C. signs agreement recognizing Haida Nation’s title over Haida Gwaii

B.C. signs agreement recognizing Haida Nation’s title over Haida Gwaii

First-of-its-kind agreement affirms Nation’s right over region, but not power over private land
Still Standing: Prince Rupert welcomes popular CBC program

Still Standing: Prince Rupert welcomes popular CBC program

Free stand-up comedy show scheduled for Civic Centre Sunday (April 14) evening
MP Bachrach is calling on Canada Post to address closure of rural post offices

MP Bachrach is calling on Canada Post to address closure of rural post offices

MP Bachrach questioned officials on closure of 600 post offices since 1994
Baptiste Nickel Project in northern B.C. is an opportunity to transition to decarbonization, says CEO

Baptiste Nickel Project in northern B.C. is an opportunity to transition to decarbonization, says CEO

The mining project by FPX Nickel is based near Fort St. James
Former Prince Rupert mayor Lee Brain appointed to PRPA board of directors

Former Prince Rupert mayor Lee Brain appointed to PRPA board of directors

Hilary Cassady also named to port’s board by Minister of Transport
Police watchdog probes incident that left 2 dead, 1 injured in northern B.C.

Police watchdog probes incident that left 2 dead, 1 injured in northern B.C.

Incident took place in Tsay Keh Dene, located north of Prince George.
Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Goats welcomed back to downtown Prince Rupert after council overturns ban

Moby Dick Inn owner Teresa Lee is planning to open up petting sessions for families this summer
UPDATE: Evacuation order lifted for Kitimat’s Service Centre

UPDATE: Evacuation order lifted for Kitimat’s Service Centre

UPDATE: Wildfire west of Merritt confirmed to be human-caused

UPDATE: Wildfire west of Merritt confirmed to be human-caused

The blaze was found Tuesday afternoon
Open burning ban now in effect for parts of Northwest Fire Centre

Open burning ban now in effect for parts of Northwest Fire Centre

Fireworks and burn barrels are included in the ban, small campfires are still allowed