Keili Bartlett

Questioning the fishing disparity between coasts

Questioning the fishing disparity between coasts

Why is the Canadian government playing by different rules in the same country?

Questioning the fishing disparity between coasts
Armed officer on Frederick Street as RCMP have blocked off section of road in Prince Rupert, Sept. 5. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)

Two men arrested in Prince Rupert after police blockade on Frederick Street

A section of Prince Rupert East was closed to traffic for several hours on Sept. 5

Armed officer on Frederick Street as RCMP have blocked off section of road in Prince Rupert, Sept. 5. (Ed Evans / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert’s school district broke an enrolment record in the 2017-18 school year, with more kids in French Immersion than the provincial average. (Canadian Parents for French BC and Yukon)

Prince Rupert school district sets record French immersion enrolment

More students are enrolled in the program in SD52 than the average B.C. classroom

Prince Rupert’s school district broke an enrolment record in the 2017-18 school year, with more kids in French Immersion than the provincial average. (Canadian Parents for French BC and Yukon)
A man is in serious condition after being assaulted in Prince Rupert on Sept. 2, 2018. (File photo)

Assault on Third Ave West leaves man in serious condition

Prince Rupert RCMP say public is not at risk

A man is in serious condition after being assaulted in Prince Rupert on Sept. 2, 2018. (File photo)
Prince Rupert mayor announces run for re-election

Prince Rupert mayor announces run for re-election

Sept. 4 is the first day to submit nominations in the 2018 municipal elections

Prince Rupert mayor announces run for re-election
An excavator was spotted on fire at Roosevelt Park in Prince Rupert on Sept. 1, 2018. (Alex Morrison / Facebook)

Suspicious fire at Roosevelt Elementary school

Excavator found on fire on Sept. 1 in Prince Rupert resulting in more than $5,000 in damages

An excavator was spotted on fire at Roosevelt Park in Prince Rupert on Sept. 1, 2018. (Alex Morrison / Facebook)
The economic region of Northern B.C. covers two-thirds of the province. (Government of Canada)

$189M seasonal EI extension doesn’t apply to West Coast

MP Nathan Cullen and Prince Rupert fishermen’s union responds to five-week EI support for East Coast

The economic region of Northern B.C. covers two-thirds of the province. (Government of Canada)
Canned sockeye can keep well for years. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Canning sockeye by hand in North Coast B.C.

Arnie Nagy teaches the Northern View how to can salmon in Prince Rupert

Canned sockeye can keep well for years. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Do you think Prince Rupert should have more pop-up markets?

Do you think Prince Rupert should have more pop-up markets?

We asked Rupertites what they thought about the market on Third Ave

Do you think Prince Rupert should have more pop-up markets?
A reported break-and-enter at the Prince Rupert Racquet Centre turned out to be an early morning yoga class on Aug. 21. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

RCMP briefs: Reported break-and-enter actually yoga class

Files from Prince Rupert police for Aug. 21 to 28

A reported break-and-enter at the Prince Rupert Racquet Centre turned out to be an early morning yoga class on Aug. 21. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Chinese Consul General visits Rupert

Consul General Tong Xiaoling paid a visit to the Chinese Association in North Coast B.C.

Devon Clifton, leads the Wii Gisigwilgwelk, also known as the Big Northern Lights Dancers.

Heart of Our City: By the beat of Devon Clifton’s drum

Clifton began Prince Rupert’s Big Northern Lights dancing group in 2010

Devon Clifton, leads the Wii Gisigwilgwelk, also known as the Big Northern Lights Dancers.
Nearly half of the seafood sold in Canada is mislabelled, states a new study by an ocean protection group. But a fish processing plant in Prince Rupert takes its own measures to ensure proper labelling. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Stringent seafood labelling system at North Coast fish plant

Aero Trading and Fukasaku respond to Oceana study that states 44% of fish products are mislabelled

Nearly half of the seafood sold in Canada is mislabelled, states a new study by an ocean protection group. But a fish processing plant in Prince Rupert takes its own measures to ensure proper labelling. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Warren DeVorkin, Moe Berrigan, Ryan White, sister Kyah, his grandmother and Amie DeVorkin are spending quality family time together on Ryan’s Make A Wish trip to North Coast B.C. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Teen’s Children’s Wish to fish explores North Coast life

Ryan White wanted to go fishing with his uncle in Prince Rupert

Warren DeVorkin, Moe Berrigan, Ryan White, sister Kyah, his grandmother and Amie DeVorkin are spending quality family time together on Ryan’s Make A Wish trip to North Coast B.C. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Indigenous chef Shane Chartrand films part of his cooking show across the Prince Rupert harbour on Aug. 22. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Chef explores Indigenous cultures in cooking show

Shane Chartrand’s Red Chef Revival filmed its fifth episode in Prince Rupert and Gingolx

Indigenous chef Shane Chartrand films part of his cooking show across the Prince Rupert harbour on Aug. 22. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
WEBPOLL: Do you think the pop-up fair is a step in the right direction for Redesign Rupert?

WEBPOLL: Do you think the pop-up fair is a step in the right direction for Redesign Rupert?

Aug. 24 pop-up fair will transform a section of Prince Rupert into a market

WEBPOLL: Do you think the pop-up fair is a step in the right direction for Redesign Rupert?
Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council

Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council

B.C. coal terminal presents plans to expand its berth to City of Prince Rupert

Potential sale of Ridley Terminals concerning to Rupert council
Tannis Calder joined cadets at 12 years old, and is now the commanding officer of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp 7 Captain Cook. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Duty calls on Tannis Calder

Tannis Calder joined the Cadet Instructor Cadre to lead the Prince Rupert sea cadets

Tannis Calder joined cadets at 12 years old, and is now the commanding officer of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp 7 Captain Cook. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
There are two occupied mobile homes on a lot owned by Anh Le in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Last mobile home owners in Prince Rupert fighting eviction

Property owner calls agreement with the tenants ‘unfair’

There are two occupied mobile homes on a lot owned by Anh Le in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Owner John Turpin aboard MV Gikumi, B.C.’s first whale watching boat, in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

B.C.’s first whale watching boat now calls Prince Rupert home

MV Gikumi pioneered the whale watching industry in B.C. and has been upgraded for 2019

Owner John Turpin aboard MV Gikumi, B.C.’s first whale watching boat, in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)