Keili Bartlett

Clearing has been completed on South Kaien Island for the Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port warns residents of upcoming controlled burn

Two weeks mid-July, the Port of Prince Rupert will burn materials cleared for its connector corridor

Clearing has been completed on South Kaien Island for the Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
On July 1, the bins at the recycling depot in Prince Rupert were overflowing. (Katherine Spong photo)

Despite extended hours, North Coast recycling bins overflow

Many dumped recycling at the depot when it was closed over Canada Day long weekend

On July 1, the bins at the recycling depot in Prince Rupert were overflowing. (Katherine Spong photo)
Map of the area near Kitkatla where Weyl Power Ltd has applied to explore tidal energy. (Weyl Power Ltd)

Investigating tidal turbines near Kitkatla

Weyl Power Ltd has applied to measure tides in a 340-hectare area

Map of the area near Kitkatla where Weyl Power Ltd has applied to explore tidal energy. (Weyl Power Ltd)
Prince Rupert’s Recreation Complex evacuated on July 4 after an ammonia leak. (File Photo)                                City council completed first, second and third reading of a proposed amendment to the Recreation Fees and Charges Bylaw. (File Photo)

Two taken to hospital after ammonia leak at recreation centre

Jim Ciccone Civic Centre reopens after Prince Rupert fire crews ensure the site is safe

Prince Rupert’s Recreation Complex evacuated on July 4 after an ammonia leak. (File Photo)                                City council completed first, second and third reading of a proposed amendment to the Recreation Fees and Charges Bylaw. (File Photo)
Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain and Rupert’s Marine Search and Rescue volunteers represented in Ketchikan’s July 4th parade. (Mayor Lee Brain / Twitter)

Prince Rupert mayor joins July 4 celebrations in Alaska

Lee Brain made the annual trip to Ketchikan for Independence Day

Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain and Rupert’s Marine Search and Rescue volunteers represented in Ketchikan’s July 4th parade. (Mayor Lee Brain / Twitter)
An adult male grizzly bear was put down in Lax Kw’alaams on July 4. (Sharon Sampson / Facebook)

Grizzly bear put down in Lax Kw’alaams after it showed no fear

Male bear shot after entering the First Nation village on July 4

An adult male grizzly bear was put down in Lax Kw’alaams on July 4. (Sharon Sampson / Facebook)
Prince Rupert RCMP responded to 40 calls of public intoxication June 25 - July 3. (File photo)

RCMP Briefs: Alleged assault, man dents police car door while being arrested

Prince Rupert police prepare for legalization of marijuana and other files for June 25 to July 2

Prince Rupert RCMP responded to 40 calls of public intoxication June 25 - July 3. (File photo)
The Prince Rupert RCMP detachment operated with fewer members than normal in 2017. (File photo)

Fewer calls to Prince Rupert police in 2017: report

Prince Rupert RCMP annual review for 2017 shows decrease in service calls

The Prince Rupert RCMP detachment operated with fewer members than normal in 2017. (File photo)
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh speaks at a press conference as he unveils the NDP’s top priorities ahead of the federal budget on February 13, 2018. Singh has retracted the punishment meted out to a veteran New Democrat MP for after facing a backlash from NDP caucus members. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle)

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Cullen to tour Northern B.C.

Three-day trip to visit Smithers, Terrace and Prince Rupert early July

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh speaks at a press conference as he unveils the NDP’s top priorities ahead of the federal budget on February 13, 2018. Singh has retracted the punishment meted out to a veteran New Democrat MP for after facing a backlash from NDP caucus members. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Patrick Doyle)
Seven and a half ounces of marijuana and 29 grams of magic mushrooms were found in a speeding car in Prince Rupert on June 26. (Pixabay photo)

RCMP Briefs: near-collision in crosswalk, drugs found in speeding vehicle

Pedestrian almost hit in crosswalk on Second Avenue in Prince Rupert on June 24

Seven and a half ounces of marijuana and 29 grams of magic mushrooms were found in a speeding car in Prince Rupert on June 26. (Pixabay photo)
Glenn Reece has been studying the Tsimshian language for 16 years. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Heart of Our City: Glenn Reece is a dedicated student

Glenn Reece has been studying an Indigenous language for 16 years and will for years to come

Glenn Reece has been studying the Tsimshian language for 16 years. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert police officers were allegedly assaulted while responding to reports of fighting on June 23. (File photo)

Prince Rupert police officers allegedly assaulted on duty

RCMP was responding to reports of multiple fights on June 23

Prince Rupert police officers were allegedly assaulted while responding to reports of fighting on June 23. (File photo)
Prince Rupert city council bringing owner-operator discussion to UBCM. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert council calls for parity with East Coast fisheries

Resolution to UBCM asks for owner-operator licences on B.C.’s coast

Prince Rupert city council bringing owner-operator discussion to UBCM. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The location of BC Housing’s new units in Prince Rupert will be on Park Street next to the Transition House. (City of Prince Rupert)

Development permit issued for 36 BC Housing units next to Transition House

Prince Rupert council approved the permit for new homeless housing on June 25

The location of BC Housing’s new units in Prince Rupert will be on Park Street next to the Transition House. (City of Prince Rupert)
Young cyclists bike down Second and Third Avenue West during the 40th annual Seafest parade in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Complete Streets survey finds Prince Rupert wants protected bike paths

99 people took the survey in the 40th annual Seafest

Young cyclists bike down Second and Third Avenue West during the 40th annual Seafest parade in Prince Rupert. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Spectrum City Dancers show off their moves and vocal chords in their year-end performance of “Another Land” on June 23. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Spectrum City Dancers show off their moves and vocal chords in their year-end performance of “Another Land” on June 23. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Charles Hays Secondary School earned fourth place on the Fraser Institute’s top 10 fastest-improving list. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Charles Hays Secondary School earns spot on Fraser Institutes most improved list

SD52 superintendent Ken Minette said he looks at other data to reflect how the schools are doing

Charles Hays Secondary School earned fourth place on the Fraser Institute’s top 10 fastest-improving list. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was at the Coast Guard base in Prince Rupert to announce the Ocean Protection Plan. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Trudeau announces bioregional oceans protection agreement in Prince Rupert

Agreement announced in partnership with 14 central and north coast First Nations

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was at the Coast Guard base in Prince Rupert to announce the Ocean Protection Plan. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Heart of Our City: Bringing back the culture

Heart of Our City: Bringing back the culture

Through teaching children how to harvest cedar, Fanny Nelson passes on traditional knowledge

Heart of Our City: Bringing back the culture
The Port of Prince Rupert’s Atlin Promenade officially opened on June 20. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Walk this way: Port officially opens Atlin Promenade

Prince Rupert’s waterfront access was extended with a ribbon cutting ceremony June 20

The Port of Prince Rupert’s Atlin Promenade officially opened on June 20. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)