Karissa Gall

RCMP borrow dog crate to rescue bald eagle from B.C. road

RCMP borrow dog crate to rescue bald eagle from B.C. road

Logan Lake RCMP borrowed a dog crate from a cell guard to make the roadside rescue

RCMP borrow dog crate to rescue bald eagle from B.C. road
Community members in Ashcroft getting active as part of the annual Skip’s Run in 2015. (File photo)

Residents in B.C.’s wildfire zone raise cash for fire-ravaged northern Alberta

Community centre in Ashcroft donating proceeds from ParticipACTION walk to fire relief effort

Community members in Ashcroft getting active as part of the annual Skip’s Run in 2015. (File photo)
Artist’s rendition of LNG Canada’s proposed Kitimat liquefied natural gas plant. (Image supplied)

Okanagan company wins contract for LNG Canada project in Kitimat

SK Form & Finish will work with equivalent of 4,000 fully loaded concrete trucks

Artist’s rendition of LNG Canada’s proposed Kitimat liquefied natural gas plant. (Image supplied)
(File photo)

Toddler seriously injured after falling from Okanagan balcony

RCMP are investigating after a two-year-old boy fell from the balcony of an apartment in Kelowna

(File photo)
How to pair hotdogs with wine: Okanagan sommelier

How to pair hotdogs with wine: Okanagan sommelier

The Happy Gourmand pairs hotdogs with wine for barbecue season in the Okanagan

How to pair hotdogs with wine: Okanagan sommelier
The Province of B.C. has announced that the B.C. Bus North service will continue until at least the fall.

BC Bus North service extended to September

Transportation ministers have extended the service, which was set to expire at the end of May

The Province of B.C. has announced that the B.C. Bus North service will continue until at least the fall.
(B.C. Transit)

BC Bus North service extended to September

Transportation ministers have extended the service, which was set to expire at the end of May

(B.C. Transit)
PHOTOS: Inside the ‘shoe house’ in Northern B.C.

PHOTOS: Inside the ‘shoe house’ in Northern B.C.

A rare look inside the famous Kitseguecla Lake Road shoe house, with a tour led by owner Toby Walsh

PHOTOS: Inside the ‘shoe house’ in Northern B.C.
Rupert Square Mall manager Maggie Viviers stands in the proposed location on the north side of the Prince Rupert Square Mall for the A&W restaurant. Viviers said many of the cars that park there currently do so illegally. Inset, a rendering of the proposed drive-thru restaurant.

Plans to bring A&W to Prince Rupert go cold

The city has closed the permit application due to traffic, parking and view cone concerns

Rupert Square Mall manager Maggie Viviers stands in the proposed location on the north side of the Prince Rupert Square Mall for the A&W restaurant. Viviers said many of the cars that park there currently do so illegally. Inset, a rendering of the proposed drive-thru restaurant.
Brian Lutz, one of Prince Rupert’s few electric vehicle owners, wants to see fast chargers installed in the city. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)

EV owner wants faster charging stations in the city

Long drives between northern communities mean longer charging times, says Brian Lutz

Brian Lutz, one of Prince Rupert’s few electric vehicle owners, wants to see fast chargers installed in the city. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)
Prints Rupert Camera Club president Lauren Miller at the opening for the club’s 2019 exhibition at the Museum of Northern British Columbia on March 22. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)

Prints Rupert Camera Club opens 2019 exhibition

The show is dedicated to the memory of long-time member Chris Green

Prints Rupert Camera Club president Lauren Miller at the opening for the club’s 2019 exhibition at the Museum of Northern British Columbia on March 22. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)
Vancouver-based broadcaster and author Grant Lawrence will perform stories and songs at the Tom Rooney Theatre on April 13 along with musical guests Luke Wallace and Rachelle van Zanten. (Facebook photo)

Grant Lawrence brings stories and songs to Rupert

Luke Wallace, Rachelle van Zanten will support April 13 event as musical guests

Vancouver-based broadcaster and author Grant Lawrence will perform stories and songs at the Tom Rooney Theatre on April 13 along with musical guests Luke Wallace and Rachelle van Zanten. (Facebook photo)
Rupert’s Taylor Northcott, 17, has accepted an offer to play for Arizona State’s women’s hockey team the Sun Devils in the 2019-2020 season. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)

Taylor Northcott will help build Arizona State hockey

Prince Rupert hockey star was a Seawolf before moving south for sports school

Rupert’s Taylor Northcott, 17, has accepted an offer to play for Arizona State’s women’s hockey team the Sun Devils in the 2019-2020 season. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)
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Three people from Prince Rupert area recovering from shellfish poisoning

Butter clams harvested in November 2018 could cause paralytic shellfish poisoning

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Karissa Gall / The Northern View                                Cowpuccino’s manager Alley McCulloch cooks eggs using the steam of their espresso machine in about 30 seconds.

Video: Rupert cafe uses espresso machine to make “eggspresso” eggs

Owner Judson Rowse says they experimented with steam from the machine due to lack of space

Karissa Gall / The Northern View                                Cowpuccino’s manager Alley McCulloch cooks eggs using the steam of their espresso machine in about 30 seconds.
(Northern View file)

Lax Kxeen rises in Fraser Institute elementary schools rankings

Public Lax Kxeen and Roosevelt Park schools get first passing grades in over 10 years

(Northern View file)
The Prince Rupert U17 Tribesmen were undefeated in the 2018 Junior All Native Tournament. (Facebook photo)

Prince Rupert Tribesmen set to defend Junior All Native title

The top-seeded U17 team plays their first game of the 2019 tournament on March 19

The Prince Rupert U17 Tribesmen were undefeated in the 2018 Junior All Native Tournament. (Facebook photo)
Seven-year-old Tess Edwards and eight-year-old Quayen Toyeoech set up an iced tea stand on March 18, a warm, record-breaking winter day. The girls are also planning to sell lemonade and cookies on March 19. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)

Entrepreneurial girls cash in on record-breaking Rupert weather

Elementary students set up iced tea, lemonade stands before first day of spring

Seven-year-old Tess Edwards and eight-year-old Quayen Toyeoech set up an iced tea stand on March 18, a warm, record-breaking winter day. The girls are also planning to sell lemonade and cookies on March 19. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)
One of two Coast Tsimshian cedar hat-inspired rooftops has been placed on the Metlakatla seniors’ housing development at 700 Green St. The second one is ready to be placed as soon as the necessary framing is finished. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)

Metlakatla raise the roof on seniors’ housing development

One of two Coast Tsimshian cedar hat-inspired rooftops has been placed on the project

One of two Coast Tsimshian cedar hat-inspired rooftops has been placed on the Metlakatla seniors’ housing development at 700 Green St. The second one is ready to be placed as soon as the necessary framing is finished. (Karissa Gall/The Northern View)
Laurie Chan (left) participates in a First Nations Food, Nutrition & Environment Study workshop in Thunder Bay in November 2014. Chan is the corresponding author of a new study on the potential impacts of climate-related seafood decline on coastal B.C. First Nations’ nutrition. (FNFNES Facebook photo)

B.C. First Nations’ intake of essential nutrients to drop by 31 per cent: study

Professors project the nutrient decrease by 2050 if climate change mitigation continues as is

Laurie Chan (left) participates in a First Nations Food, Nutrition & Environment Study workshop in Thunder Bay in November 2014. Chan is the corresponding author of a new study on the potential impacts of climate-related seafood decline on coastal B.C. First Nations’ nutrition. (FNFNES Facebook photo)