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City Manager Rob Buchan addressed the luncheon crowd at the first Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce meeting of 2022 on Jan. 19. Buchan stressed the importance of working collaboratively with the city’s entrepreneurs and reiterated the city’s commitment to openness and transparency. Being able to communicate and hear the issues is part of how he will do that, he said. “It takes a village,” Buchan told The Northern View. “We have to do our business with all the partners in the communi
Popular crafting Youtuber Melanie Ham, who was open about her cancer diagnosis and treatment, died on Jan. 12
Atlanta police on Tuesday arrested a 22-year-old man in the shooting death of a 6-month-old baby a day earlier. Grayson Fleming-Gray was shot just after 2:30 p.m. Monday while riding in a vehicle, police said. Mayor Andre Dickens announced the arrest during a news conference Tuesday afternoon, praising police for their quick work in making an arrest.
Governor Ron DeSantis criticized the decision by the FDA to revise authorizations for two monoclonal antibody treatments, which led the state to close all monoclonal sites "until further notice."
Expansion and progress are in the works at city hall with the hiring of two new Prince Rupert city planners under the initiative of city manager, Rob Buchan. The newest addition to the city hall staff is Myfannwy Pope who has already moved into the role on Jan. 17 and was closely followed by Daniel Rajasooriar on Jan. 24. “We’re excited to have them,” Buchan told The Northern View, on Jan. 19 The new hires are recent graduates from Simon Fraser University’s planning program and will be put to wo
RHOC's Shannon Beador talks about being hurt by what everyone was saying behind her back
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"Ah, what if one day I could assemble my dream cast?" John Krasinski teased of his new film, which will include his The Office costar Steve Carell
High-profile TikTokers have taken the unusual step of publicizing how much — or in this case, how little — they are making from the fund.
GoFundMe has frozen access to the more than $4.7 million in funds raised by the trucker convoy now wending its way across the country toward Ottawa in a protest against vaccine mandates. "We require that fundraisers be transparent about the flow of funds and have a clear plan for how those funds will be spent. In this case, we are in touch with the organizer to verify that information," Rachel Hollis, a spokeswoman for the crowdfunding platform, said in an email. "Funds will be safely held until
Roughly 20 children were on the Northside Elementary School playground for an afterschool program.
The Rupert Rampage won 8-5 against the Kitimat Ice Demons in their last road game of the season on Jan. 22. In the hotly contested match, the Ice Demons out-shot the Rampage 42 to 35 with attempts aimed at the goal. “The game was pretty upbeat,” Ron German, Rampage general manager, said. “We went in there short [on players] and stuck to our game plan and played smart hockey.” The Rampage was first on the scoreboard thanks to a goal from number 17, Hunter Johnson, and ended the first period with
The new documentary follows Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Green New Deal activists as they fight against cynicism and intransigence.
The parliamentary budget officer has found the cost of cleaning up orphaned oil and gas wells in Alberta and Saskatchewan already dwarfs the money collected from industry to pay for it. But critics immediately called Yves Giroux's projected price tag of $1 billion by 2025 a massive underestimate of the industry's total environmental liability. "It's a great disappointment," said Regan Boychuk of the Alberta Liabilities Disclosure Project, a group whose research was cited in Giroux's report. "The
TOKYO — Another volatile bout of trading on Wall Street ended with a broad pullback for stocks Tuesday, as investors grapple with economic red flags and uncertainty over how aggressive the Federal Reserve will be in fighting rising inflation. Stock indexes fell sharply to start the day, then came well off their lows by late afternoon. Another burst of selling in the final hour of trading pulled them lower again. Technology stocks were the biggest drag on the market. The S&P 500 fell 1.2% after h
OMAHA, Neb., January 25, 2022--Yellowstone Acquisition Company (NYSE: YSAC, YSACU, YSACW) ("Yellowstone") and Sky Harbour LLC today that they have closed their previously announced business combination.
The Federal Reserve plans on exploring opportunities to create a fully digital U.S. dollar, which could serve as an alternative to cryptocurrency
A New York appeals judge left the state’s indoor mask mandate in place Tuesday while Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration appeals a lower court’s decision to overturn it. Judge Robert Miller granted the state’s request for a stay of a Long Island judge’s ruling Monday that the governor and health officials lacked authority to require masks. Arguing before Miller Tuesday, Judith Vale, an attorney for the state, said judge Thomas Rademaker’s ruling would “radically disrupt the status quo” and endang
“There was blood that’s pouring out of my head, getting into my eyes, but it was one of the first times we see Cal not in the driver’s seat,” the HBO Max series' actor told TheWrap
MIAMI (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard searched on Tuesday for 39 people missing for several days after a boat believed to be used for human smuggling capsized off Florida’s coast en route from the Bahamas. A good Samaritan called the Coast Guard early Tuesday after rescuing a man clinging to the boat 45 miles (72 kilometers) east of Fort Pierce, the maritime security agency reported on Twitter. The man said he was with a group of 39 others that left the island of Bimini in the Bahamas on Saturday ni