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Maggie Wesley once needed help, and now she spends her time helping others
Captain Gary Shiels retires from his duties at the Prince Rupert Salvation Army
Karen Buchanaon was once a tree dweller in Cape Breton before moving to Prince Rupert
While waiting to become a Canadian resident, Daniela Cappelli volunteered with her daughter in tow
Danny Sklapsky’s songs speak to life on the North Coast of B.C.
Ed McCarter the younger is a survivalist, military veteran and Canadian Ranger in Prince Rupert.
Dale Campbell has been a female carver for 45 years, and she continues to share her work globally.
Erin Seidemann was born with a rare disability but that doesn’t stop her from volunteering.
Born and raised in Prince Rupert, Keehn’s parents moved to Victoria in 1965, and he moved with them.
For some it may be fate, chance, synchronicity or God’s actions that explain how life unfolds in the most unexpected ways
The world may be your oyster, but the North Coast is his playground.
Altruistic acts in the community can be found in all sizes and forms — even the shape of a kidney.
When she was only 12-years-old, the Museum of Northern B.C. hosted her first art show — and every piece of her work sold
Shelby O'Brien came to Prince Rupert to work at the port, but since then she's joined Toastmasters and marine search and rescue.
International Women’s Day on March 8 celebrates female achievements and rallies for gender equality in all corners of the Earth
Travelling by boat to First Nations coastal communities was part of her job description when she joined the Prince Rupert police detachment.
By the end of January, fitness resolutions begin to wither but for one couple there’s no such thing as a rest day.
Don Holkestad, the recently retired CEO of CityWest, reflects on his 37-year career at the telecommunications company.
Linda Scott, the trap-neuter-release coordinator for the Prince Rupert BCSPCA describes the works she's doing to help the Kaien Island cats.
Todd Stephens is a Nisga’a artist who grew up in Prince Rupert. In each of his pieces, he often incorporates his own human element.