Keili Bartlett

Hospital visits could rise in B.C. after pot legalization

Hospital visits could rise in B.C. after pot legalization

Island Health expects seniors and first-time stoners will lead to increase in service after Oct. 17

Hospital visits could rise in B.C. after pot legalization
Where there’s smoke, there’s fish

Where there’s smoke, there’s fish

Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society teaches youth in Prince Rupert how to smoke black cod

Where there’s smoke, there’s fish
Jessica Carew, a support worker at the North Coast Transition Society, is helping put on their first art show, which will explore addiction. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Art exhibit to explore addiction in Prince Rupert

North Coast Transition Society asks community to submit art by Oct. 30

Jessica Carew, a support worker at the North Coast Transition Society, is helping put on their first art show, which will explore addiction. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
A BC Ferries passenger filed a claim that her puppy ate marijuana it found onboard. (Alyx Speth Facebook)

Passenger files claim puppy ate pot on BC Ferries

BC Ferries shares cleaning protocols of public spaces onboard

A BC Ferries passenger filed a claim that her puppy ate marijuana it found onboard. (Alyx Speth Facebook)
Dr. Andrew Atwell, an oncologist for BC Cancer, gets emotional while talking about the newly-formed Carol Lalonde/Marlene Palmer Ovarian Cancer Research Fund on Sept. 25. (Keili Bartlett / News staff)

B.C. woman donates $250,000 to ovarian cancer research for friends

Two of Patty Pitts’s friends passed away from the disease within a year

Dr. Andrew Atwell, an oncologist for BC Cancer, gets emotional while talking about the newly-formed Carol Lalonde/Marlene Palmer Ovarian Cancer Research Fund on Sept. 25. (Keili Bartlett / News staff)
Dragon’s Den held auditions on Vancouver Island for its twelfth season on March 10 at the Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour. (Photo courtesy Dragon’s Den)

B.C.’s FATSO peanut butter to appear on Dragon’s Den

The Victoria company will be featured on the Sept. 27 episode of the popular show highlighting Canadian businesses

Dragon’s Den held auditions on Vancouver Island for its twelfth season on March 10 at the Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour. (Photo courtesy Dragon’s Den)
Sabrina Clifton outside a smokehouse after teaching youth how to smoke black cod in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Sabrina Clifton shares knowledge from sea to land

Sabrina Clifton teaches traditional harvesting and crafts in Prince Rupert

Sabrina Clifton outside a smokehouse after teaching youth how to smoke black cod in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Lorelle Sunduk teaches Roosevelt Elementary students about the life cycle of a salmon at the Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery. (File photo)

Hatching a plan for Prince Rupert’s salmon

Prince Rupert Salmonid Enhancement Society Annual General Meeting open to all on Sept. 20

Lorelle Sunduk teaches Roosevelt Elementary students about the life cycle of a salmon at the Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery. (File photo)
Cars fill the parking lot at the First Presbyterian Church of Prince Rupert for the congregation’s last service on May 30, 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

First Presbyterian Church of Prince Rupert named on at-risk heritage list

Heritage BC issued first watch list for provincial sites, including the 93-year-old church

Cars fill the parking lot at the First Presbyterian Church of Prince Rupert for the congregation’s last service on May 30, 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Mike Collins has built hundreds of ships that have sailed the North Coast of B.C. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Mike Collins builds dreams

Collins has built more than 480 boats in Prince Rupert, B.C.

Mike Collins has built hundreds of ships that have sailed the North Coast of B.C. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
The Northern View’s editorial staff, Keili Bartlett, Matthew Allen and Shannon Lough, deliver papers on Thursday, Oct. 5 for Carrier Appreciation Week. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)

COLUMN: Saying goodbye to Prince Rupert

Reporter Keili Bartlett gives thanks for a great year on the North Coast of B.C.

The Northern View’s editorial staff, Keili Bartlett, Matthew Allen and Shannon Lough, deliver papers on Thursday, Oct. 5 for Carrier Appreciation Week. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)
The start line of the 2018 Mount Robson Marathon. (Boosted Imagery photo)

Two top 10 finishers in women’s Mount Robson ultra

Five Prince Rupert athletes made the trek to run the 50 km, 21 km and 12 km routes

The start line of the 2018 Mount Robson Marathon. (Boosted Imagery photo)
A pedestrian was taken to the Prince Rupert Hospital after being hit by a car in the crosswalk on Second Avenue West. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)                                A pedestrian was taken to the Prince Rupert Hospital after being hit by a car in the crosswalk on Second Avenue West. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Pedestrian struck in crosswalk on Second Avenue

Another pedestrian hit by car in Prince Rupert, Sept. 11

A pedestrian was taken to the Prince Rupert Hospital after being hit by a car in the crosswalk on Second Avenue West. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)                                A pedestrian was taken to the Prince Rupert Hospital after being hit by a car in the crosswalk on Second Avenue West. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
UPDATE: Mechanical issue delays BC Ferries sailing to Prince Rupert

UPDATE: Mechanical issue delays BC Ferries sailing to Prince Rupert

Northern Expedition may be delayed for Sept. 11-13 voyage, Sept. 14 sailing pushed back 11 hours

UPDATE: Mechanical issue delays BC Ferries sailing to Prince Rupert
CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Retired Port of Prince Rupert CEO moves to Quebec Port Authority

Don Krusel announced his retirement in Sept. 2017

CEO and president of the Port of Prince Rupert, Don Krusel. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Cody Schaeffer at the airport as he says goodbye to his German host family for his 2016/2017 Rotary exchange. (Submitted)

Rotary international exchange opens to Prince Rupert students

Cody Schaeffer, a former exchange student, reflects on his one year exchange in Germany

Cody Schaeffer at the airport as he says goodbye to his German host family for his 2016/2017 Rotary exchange. (Submitted)
CN Rail crews were working on a kilometres-long section of track near Prince Rupert on the Labour Day weekend. (Submitted)

Large CN crew changes rail ties between Prince Rupert and Terrace

Upgrades part of CN’s $340M investment in the province this year

CN Rail crews were working on a kilometres-long section of track near Prince Rupert on the Labour Day weekend. (Submitted)
Jim Terrion (middle) with his mother Faye Terrion celebrate fundraising $730,000 for the Terry Fox Run with Stefan Delloch, branch manager at the Northern Savings Credit Union. (Submitted)

Prince Rupert man raises $730,000 for Terry Fox Run since 1991

Jim Terrion has been fundraising for the Terry Fox Run for 27 years

Jim Terrion (middle) with his mother Faye Terrion celebrate fundraising $730,000 for the Terry Fox Run with Stefan Delloch, branch manager at the Northern Savings Credit Union. (Submitted)
Driver in hospital after Highway 16 crash in Prince Rupert

Driver in hospital after Highway 16 crash in Prince Rupert

Police cordoned off the road for several hours early Sept. 6

Driver in hospital after Highway 16 crash in Prince Rupert
Heart of Our City: Arnie’s kitchen

Heart of Our City: Arnie’s kitchen

Arnie Nagy opens his doors for feasts, salmon canning and smoking lessons

Heart of Our City: Arnie’s kitchen