Keili Bartlett

A transport truck has tipped over in the industrial park in Prince Rupert on July 31. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Concrete truck flips on Kaien Island Road

Incident closed road in Prince Rupert’s industrial park on July 31

A transport truck has tipped over in the industrial park in Prince Rupert on July 31. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
A vehicle hit a gas pump at the Hays Cove Petro-Canada on July 28. (File photo)

RCMP Briefs: Vehicle hits gas pump, man steals cheese

Prince Rupert RCMP briefs from July 25-29

A vehicle hit a gas pump at the Hays Cove Petro-Canada on July 28. (File photo)
Barry Marcotte prepares his gillnetter at the Port Edward Harbour for the sockeye opening on the Skeena River. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Skeena recreational, seine fishing may open early August

Gillnetters had two more opportunities to catch sockeye in Area 4 on July 29 and 30

Barry Marcotte prepares his gillnetter at the Port Edward Harbour for the sockeye opening on the Skeena River. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society was denied a tax exemption for low-income units in the former Anchor Inn. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Low-income housing denied tax exemption in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society and the Friendship House applied in July 23 council

Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society was denied a tax exemption for low-income units in the former Anchor Inn. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Karen Buchanan demonstrates how to juggle pins. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Juggling is Prince Rupert’s new happy hour

Karen Buchanan teaches people of all ages how to clown around in a free juggling class

Karen Buchanan demonstrates how to juggle pins. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Sockeye return estimate on Skeena nearly triples

Sockeye return estimate on Skeena nearly triples

First open commercial fishing for wild B.C. sockeye on the Skeena River 2018 began July 24

Sockeye return estimate on Skeena nearly triples
Prince Rupert awards $3M landfill contract

Prince Rupert awards $3M landfill contract

City landfill only has space until April 2019

Prince Rupert awards $3M landfill contract
Eden Robinson and her latest award-winning novel, Son of a Trickster. (File photo)

Film crews to shoot Monkey Beach in Kitimat and Kitamaat Village

Award-winning Haisla author Eden Robinson talks about her first novel’s adaptation to the screen

Eden Robinson and her latest award-winning novel, Son of a Trickster. (File photo)
The Islander Hall Society chairman Terry Sawka (middle) presented $9,000 to hospital administrator Heidi John and hospital chief of staff Dr. Gillaume Coetzee. (Judy Fraser photo)

New lung clinic to be named after Nelson Kinney

Fundraising for the Prince Rupert clinic is only $2,750 shy of its $20,000 goal

The Islander Hall Society chairman Terry Sawka (middle) presented $9,000 to hospital administrator Heidi John and hospital chief of staff Dr. Gillaume Coetzee. (Judy Fraser photo)
A Prince Rupert woman was declared dead on Shingle Beach during the 2018 Diversity Festival on Texada Island. (Diversity Festival / Facebook)

Prince Rupert woman died at Texada Island music festival

23-year-old woman believed to have drowned on July 21 at Shingle Beach

A Prince Rupert woman was declared dead on Shingle Beach during the 2018 Diversity Festival on Texada Island. (Diversity Festival / Facebook)
Jean-Jacque Ruest became CN Rail’s interim president and CEO on March 5, and took on the position permanently on July 24.(Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Jean-Jacques Ruest named CN Rail’s president and CEO

After serving in the interim position since March, Ruest took over the Canadian company on July 24

Jean-Jacque Ruest became CN Rail’s interim president and CEO on March 5, and took on the position permanently on July 24.(Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Pembina broke ground on its Watson Island propane terminal on July 23, 2018. (City of Prince Rupert)

Pembina to begin construction on Watson Island

Work on propane export facility on City of Prince Rupert land can start as of June 23

Pembina broke ground on its Watson Island propane terminal on July 23, 2018. (City of Prince Rupert)
Add fun to your kid’s reading list this summer

Add fun to your kid’s reading list this summer

Prince Rupert Regional Library’s free programs are making summer reading fun for kids of all ages

Add fun to your kid’s reading list this summer
Julie Enman has been teaching the foundation carpentry program for Coast Mountain College in Prince Rupert, and shares her skills with other women around the world. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Julie Enman shares tools of empowerment

Coast Mountain College instructor teaches carpentry and confidence in Prince Rupert and abroad

Julie Enman has been teaching the foundation carpentry program for Coast Mountain College in Prince Rupert, and shares her skills with other women around the world. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
The Kitimat River (Gerry Leibel / Northern Sentinel)

Alberta man missing on B.C. river found dead

Body found on July 11 after going missing on July 7

The Kitimat River (Gerry Leibel / Northern Sentinel)
Fire crews responded to a reported fire in Kitimat on July 10, only to discover someone was smoking salmon. (Submitted)

Reported fire in Kitimat turns out to be smoking salmon

Fire reported at apartment on Albatross Street on July 10

Fire crews responded to a reported fire in Kitimat on July 10, only to discover someone was smoking salmon. (Submitted)
A geoduck harvesting closure was announced for Area 2 and 24 by DFO on July 10. (Andy Hobbs /The Olympian via AP)

DFO announces shellfish harvesting closure off northern B.C.

Areas 2 and 24 cannot be harvested for geoduck or horse clams as of July 10

A geoduck harvesting closure was announced for Area 2 and 24 by DFO on July 10. (Andy Hobbs /The Olympian via AP)
Electric vehicle charging stations cover southern B.C. from the Alberta border to Tofino. (BC Hydro)

BC Hydro’s electric vehicle charging network eyes the North Coast

Fast charging stations stretch from Alberta to Tofino, with plans to move north

Electric vehicle charging stations cover southern B.C. from the Alberta border to Tofino. (BC Hydro)
Crystal Symphony is the largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Biggest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018

922 people visited Prince Rupert on July 5 via Crystal Symphony

Crystal Symphony is the largest cruise ship to call on Prince Rupert in 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Connie Jack has helped organize Cow Bay Days for several years. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Connie Jack is a moover and shaker

One of the organizers behind Cow Bay Days talks about how she brings it all together

Connie Jack has helped organize Cow Bay Days for several years. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)