A Great Place to Call ~ HOME ~
Living, working and playing in Prince Rupert is an option
Staying here in Prince Rupert is a choice.
I have chosen to make Prince Rupert my home with my son Jonathan as Prince Rupert:
* is a great place to raise your children;
* is affordable;
* is close to all amenities, regardless of where you live;
* has plenty of recreation activities for all members of the family to enjoy;
* the air is clean
* the water is great;
* the scenery is second to none; and
* the people here are the best. Businesses are incredibly supportive of the activities within this community and your friends make you feel like you are a part of their family.
I encourage you to consider making Prince Rupert and Area your choice too.
CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT - This site will have links that will take you to several of the Partner Links such as Prince Rupert Port Authority, Prince Rupert Airport, Prince Rupert Library, Prince Rupert School District 52, Chamber of Commerce, Maher Terminals Canada, Economic Development Corporation, Prince Rupert Arts Council, and Tourism Prince Rupert.
Rotary Club of Prince Rupert is the second oldest Rotary Club in BC. Visitors are welcome to join the lunch meeting at the North Coast Convention Centre at 12:15 pm. Visit their website:
The Prince Rupert Curling Club offers curling enthusiasts an opportunity to enjoy the sport on Tuesday evenings for the Ladies, Wednesday evenings for the more competitive minded, Friday evenings for the Mixed League, and Juniors from ages 5 up come out on Sunday afternoons. The club is run solely by volunteers - without their efforts and support, there would be no curling in Prince Rupert.
There are six sheets of ice, a viewing lounge and hall. Curling starts at the beginning of October and ends after the Marine (Men’s) Bonspiel in March. Aside from the Men’s Bonspiel, there is the Fisherman’s, the Ladies, and the Mixed Bonspiels.
The hall and lounge are available to rent to the public for their activities, events.
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