For Moneysense magazine it probably makes no sense to live in Prince Rupert

As we all know by now, every year Prince Rupert parents, teachers and school officials express their thoughts on the rankings of the Fraser Institute which regularly records Prince Rupert’s educational to be in the lower rankings across the province.

It may be time however for School District 52 to move over, as there’s a new list of woe for Prince Rupert as the city finds itself recorded in a less than flattering light by a national publication when it comes to our spot as a place to live in Canada.

The latest blow for the city’s ego comes as the City of Prince Rupert finds itself listed very close to the bottom of a number of categories on the Moneysense magazine listings of the Best Places to live in Canada…

(from  the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article … html  )