Saturday, January 2, 2021

North Coast Community Notes 2021



Our items of note for the North Coast on community events, activities and other items of a newsworthy nature that don't fit into one of our specialized categories.

For items related to Municipal Government and development across the region, see our archive here. 


Community Notes for the North Coast 2021




October

October 1 -- Landslide closes popular Prince Rupert area Tall Trees Trail NCR


September

September 1 -- Community Registration Night set for Civic Centre on September 9th. NCR
September 1 -- Tour de North journey begins in mid September as riders travel from Prince George to Prince Rupert in support of Canadian Cancer Society. NCR

August 

August 9 -- BC Transit set to introduce free passage for children 12 and under NCR

July 


June

June 3 -- McChesney to migrate east, as former Rainmaker joins the Illinois State Redbirds basketball program  NCR
June 1 -- Moe the Pro, Prince Rupert's Gentleman of the Golf Course passes away, leaving behind a legacy of golf and camaraderie on the North Coast   NCR
June 1 -- Seafest Decorating Contest now underway celebrates the Sun  NCR

May

May 15 -- Safer and more inclusive playground now in place at Lax Kxeen School as part of PRPA investmentNCR
May 15 -- Seniors Tea Plans offer glimpse of potential blueprint for social distant Seafest planning NCR
May 14 -- Taylor Bachrach sets date for Virtual Community Town Hall on Rail Safety  NCR
May 13 -- Second Town Hall on Prince Rupert and area housing concerns set for May 15th NCR
May 12 -- Just a test .. nothing to see, move along, move along   NCR
May 12 -- Prince Rupert City Council to invite Northern Health reps to hear concerns over Health Care in region  NCR
May 7 -- BYOB days for Canada Safeway customers, as national retailer shifts away from plastic bag use NCR
May 5 -- Seniors Centre in Prince Rupert benefits from BCMEA contribution and training plans. NCR
May 5 -- Emergency Alert System test rings out across BC. NCR

April
April 1 -- Mount Hays, a natural wonder that could energize Prince Rupert's Industrial and Tourism sectors, if proposed development plans move forward over next 365 days  NCR


March


March 2 -- COVID Exposure brings a temporary closure for the Prince Rupert Library  NCR
March 1 -- And the Winners Are ... The Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce's Saturday online celebration revealed the 2021 Business Excellence Award winners   NCR


February 

February 12 -- Nothing but ... Silence   NCR
January 4 -- Prince Rupert and area residents rallied in support of Salvation Army  NCR

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