Jenna Cocullo

City of Prince Rupert Photo                                The City of Prince Rupert has issued a boil water advisory for Section 2 of the city..

UPDATE: Boil water notice for section of Prince Rupert removed

Residents living in Section 2 were advised to heat their water before drinking

City of Prince Rupert Photo                                The City of Prince Rupert has issued a boil water advisory for Section 2 of the city..
2018 file photo of Joy Thorkelson cross examining government officials at the Northern Gateway Hearings in Prince Rupert. (File photo)                                Joy Thorkelson cross examines government officials at the Northern Gateway Hearings in Prince Rupert. On June 15, Thorkelson was appointed to the new Wild Salmon Advisory Council alongside James Lawson and Tasha Sutcliffe. (File photo)

Net comes up empty for UFAWU-Unifor fishermen seeking disaster relief, city council offers help

Also in council briefs: New policy to better communicate with media and public

2018 file photo of Joy Thorkelson cross examining government officials at the Northern Gateway Hearings in Prince Rupert. (File photo)                                Joy Thorkelson cross examines government officials at the Northern Gateway Hearings in Prince Rupert. On June 15, Thorkelson was appointed to the new Wild Salmon Advisory Council alongside James Lawson and Tasha Sutcliffe. (File photo)
The Northern View would like to thank all our readers for the trust and support they have given us for more than a decade. (The Northern View file photo)
The Northern View would like to thank all our readers for the trust and support they have given us for more than a decade. (The Northern View file photo)
National Newspaper Week ramps up with the Prince Rupert Rampage. Newspapers matter “because local newspapers get our story out and we really appreciate it,” said Kory Movold, captain of the Rampage. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
National Newspaper Week ramps up with the Prince Rupert Rampage. Newspapers matter “because local newspapers get our story out and we really appreciate it,” said Kory Movold, captain of the Rampage. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
WATCH: Wolf spotted roaming on residential street in Prince Rupert twice in two days

WATCH: Wolf spotted roaming on residential street in Prince Rupert twice in two days

Resident warns neighbours of wolf sighted on 800-block of Eleventh Ave. East.

WATCH: Wolf spotted roaming on residential street in Prince Rupert twice in two days
District of Port Edward councillors James Brown, Murray Kristoff, Christine Mackenzie and Dan Franzen (back row) and mayor Knut Bjorndal (front) held their first regular meeting on Nov. 13. (Photo submitted by Polly Pereira)

Mayor Bjorndal says rural grant program suspension was “right thing to do”

B.C. Premier John Horgan says mill closures are an urgent priority

District of Port Edward councillors James Brown, Murray Kristoff, Christine Mackenzie and Dan Franzen (back row) and mayor Knut Bjorndal (front) held their first regular meeting on Nov. 13. (Photo submitted by Polly Pereira)
Prince Rupert final Canadian stop in first successful shipment of semi-solid bitumen, what are the impacts?

Prince Rupert final Canadian stop in first successful shipment of semi-solid bitumen, what are the impacts?

Company says shipment proves the viability of the BitCrude transportation

Prince Rupert final Canadian stop in first successful shipment of semi-solid bitumen, what are the impacts?
The Prince Rupert Seamen and Rainmakers gathered at the Wheelhouse on Thursday night excited to watch a pre-recorded game of Canada and Italy facing off in the World Cup as part of their fundraising initiative. The goal is to raise money for the Rainmakers upcoming season and bond with the community over the big league rugby. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

WATCH: Canada’s national rugby team surprise Rainmakers with a special message from Japan

Prince Rupert Seamen and Charles Hays Rainmakers are fundraising throughout the Rugby World Cup

The Prince Rupert Seamen and Rainmakers gathered at the Wheelhouse on Thursday night excited to watch a pre-recorded game of Canada and Italy facing off in the World Cup as part of their fundraising initiative. The goal is to raise money for the Rainmakers upcoming season and bond with the community over the big league rugby. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

WATCH: Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union rally outside MLA Rice’s Office

The union is asking for a fair deal as they negotiate a new contract

Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert and Port Edward residents will now have to recycle during operating hours only. (The Northern View/File photo)

Prince Rupert and Port Edward must say goodbye to their 24/7 recycling station

Residents will now have to recycle during operating hours only

Prince Rupert and Port Edward residents will now have to recycle during operating hours only. (The Northern View/File photo)
Across the globe students are protesting in the streets demanding climate action now. Students from Prince Rupert Middle School and Charles Hays Secondary took part in the worldwide action. Calum Wesley (left) and Xavier Robinson (right) from CHSS were part of Fridays demonstration. Two strikes were held on Sept. 20 and 27, as the UN emergency climate summit took place on Sept. 23. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert’s students aren’t backing down

Charles Hays Secondary School and Prince Rupert Middle School students want climate action

Across the globe students are protesting in the streets demanding climate action now. Students from Prince Rupert Middle School and Charles Hays Secondary took part in the worldwide action. Calum Wesley (left) and Xavier Robinson (right) from CHSS were part of Fridays demonstration. Two strikes were held on Sept. 20 and 27, as the UN emergency climate summit took place on Sept. 23. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
The Nisga’a Hall was filled to capacity on Saturday night as the Luso Portuguese Club of Prince Rupert held Vindimas (harvest) 2019. More than 150 people — both Portuguese and non-Portuguese — danced the night away and ate traditional dishes from the European country, including their famous octopus salad. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Vindimas 2019: The Portuguese club harvests up some fun in Prince Rupert

Luso Portuguese Club of Prince Rupert celebrates their culture through food and dance

The Nisga’a Hall was filled to capacity on Saturday night as the Luso Portuguese Club of Prince Rupert held Vindimas (harvest) 2019. More than 150 people — both Portuguese and non-Portuguese — danced the night away and ate traditional dishes from the European country, including their famous octopus salad. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
The Grade 3 and 7 students at Annunciation School are trying to bake a difference for those affected by Hurricane Dorian. (photo courtesy of Rose Ciotoli)

Prince Rupert students are baking a difference

Students at Annunciation are doing their part in Hurricane Dorian relief in the Bahamas

The Grade 3 and 7 students at Annunciation School are trying to bake a difference for those affected by Hurricane Dorian. (photo courtesy of Rose Ciotoli)
Hundreds of students from Prince Rupert Middle School, a several skipping class at Charles Hays Secondary School in solidarity, protest outside city hall demanding climate action now. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

COCULLO: The climate strike is far from fact-challenged

A response to Tom Fletcher’s B.C. Views column

Hundreds of students from Prince Rupert Middle School, a several skipping class at Charles Hays Secondary School in solidarity, protest outside city hall demanding climate action now. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Bus schedule change in effect for Prince Rupert and Port Edward

Bus schedule change in effect for Prince Rupert and Port Edward

Route 60 is stopping service to North Pacific Cannery until the summer

Bus schedule change in effect for Prince Rupert and Port Edward
Left to right: Dayna Mastre, a former employee at the Extreme Weather Shelter, Veronica Fenton, a volunteer and supporter of the protest, and Victor Loyie, who is living on the streets, all say that the homeless in Prince Rupert are mistreated and verbally abused at the shelter. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Weekend-long tent city protest comes to an end, here’s what happened

Homeless people and supporters camped at Prince Rupert’s city hall protesting Extreme Weather Shelter

Left to right: Dayna Mastre, a former employee at the Extreme Weather Shelter, Veronica Fenton, a volunteer and supporter of the protest, and Victor Loyie, who is living on the streets, all say that the homeless in Prince Rupert are mistreated and verbally abused at the shelter. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Rampage assistant captain, Tyler Ostrom waits to steal the puck from a Steelheads player.

VIDEO AND STORY: Rampage v. Steelheads

Weir scores natural hat trick to take Rampage to first victory of CIHL season

Rampage assistant captain, Tyler Ostrom waits to steal the puck from a Steelheads player.
More than 8,500 lbs of food was collected from residents in Prince Rupert and Port Edward in this year’s BC Thanksgiving Food Drive. (photo courtesy of Aisa Smithanik)
More than 8,500 lbs of food was collected from residents in Prince Rupert and Port Edward in this year’s BC Thanksgiving Food Drive. (photo courtesy of Aisa Smithanik)
Left to right: Dayna Mastre, former employee at the Extreme Weather Shelter, Veronica Fenton, a volunteer and supporter of the protest, and Victor Loyie, who is living on the streets, all say that the homeless in Prince Rupert are mistreated and verbally abused at the shelter. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Tents pitched outside City Hall to protest treatment of Prince Rupert’s homeless

Former Extreme Weather Shelter worker and the homeless say employees treat them with no respect

Left to right: Dayna Mastre, former employee at the Extreme Weather Shelter, Veronica Fenton, a volunteer and supporter of the protest, and Victor Loyie, who is living on the streets, all say that the homeless in Prince Rupert are mistreated and verbally abused at the shelter. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Sheri Pringle has been working at Rupert Lawn and Garden for more than a decade. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: It’s not work when you love your job… all three of them

Sheri Pringle will be retiring from Prince Rupert’s figure skating scene

Sheri Pringle has been working at Rupert Lawn and Garden for more than a decade. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)