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Shaun Stevenson was named the Port of Prince Rupert’s new president and CEO on June 19. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Port of Prince Rupert names Shaun Stevenson as new CEO

Stevenson has worked for the port for 21 years as vice president of trade development

Shaun Stevenson was named the Port of Prince Rupert’s new president and CEO on June 19. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Testing, testing: Prince Rupert to try new emergency app

Testing, testing: Prince Rupert to try new emergency app

Trial run of alert system coming to a mobile phone near you on June 26

Testing, testing: Prince Rupert to try new emergency app
Northwest Community College officially changes its name to Coast Mountain College. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

NWCC officially becomes Coast Mountain College

Northwest Community College’s new name has been two and a half years in the making

Northwest Community College officially changes its name to Coast Mountain College. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
BC Hydro is investigating the cause of a power outage in Prince Rupert on June 18. (File photo)

Power goes out for more than 2,300 in Prince Rupert

Many lost power briefly overnight on June 18

BC Hydro is investigating the cause of a power outage in Prince Rupert on June 18. (File photo)
New minister joins Prince Rupert’s Anglican parish

New minister joins Prince Rupert’s Anglican parish

Paul Williams moved south to lead St. Andrew’s Anglican Cathedral

New minister joins Prince Rupert’s Anglican parish
(Contributed photo)

Horgan: With more opportunities, we succeed together

People in B.C. work hard every day. The way I see it,…

(Contributed photo)
What is your favourite part of Seafest?

What is your favourite part of Seafest?

During the 40th annual Seafest, the Northern View asked kids their opinion

What is your favourite part of Seafest?
CityWest was awarded for their Next Generation Network in School District 52. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

CityWest school project earns an innovation award from B.C.

School District 52’s internet and network was upgraded for easier access

CityWest was awarded for their Next Generation Network in School District 52. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Volunteers stand where their garden plots will be once the Overlook St. community garden is built. (Transition Prince Rupert photo)

Growing together: Overlook Street gets a community garden

Almost $5,000 in seed funding was donated by Northern Health

Volunteers stand where their garden plots will be once the Overlook St. community garden is built. (Transition Prince Rupert photo)
Nine-year-old Alexander Fast is cleaning up the world, one trip to the recycling depot at a time. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Nine-year-old launches recycling business in northwest B.C.

With no curb-side pick up recycling in Prince Rupert, one young boy found his niche

Nine-year-old Alexander Fast is cleaning up the world, one trip to the recycling depot at a time. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
The Earl Mah Aquatic Centre will be closed from July 1 - October this year. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Council Briefs: Developing a more sustainable city, pool problems and new voting date

Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain presented his Sustainable 2030 draft to council on June 11

The Earl Mah Aquatic Centre will be closed from July 1 - October this year. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
This Week Podcast — Episode 89

This Week Podcast — Episode 89

Cruise ship season is upon us, and special guests talk about the upcoming Bushwacker dinner

This Week Podcast — Episode 89
CN Rail changes its stance on submitting a spray management plan to the province. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

CN changes its position on sharing spraying methods with B.C. government

Chief legal officer for CN Rail says the company is now cooperating with the province

CN Rail changes its stance on submitting a spray management plan to the province. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Sandy Beckwith, an Aboriginal Resource Worker with Charles Hays Secondary School, serves soup at the Luulgit. (Submitted)

Welcoming new students to high school with a traditional feast

Second annual Tsimshian feast was hosted by Prince Rupert’s Charles Hays Secondary School

Sandy Beckwith, an Aboriginal Resource Worker with Charles Hays Secondary School, serves soup at the Luulgit. (Submitted)
Thirty-four people on the City of Prince Rupert payroll were making more than $100,000 a year in 2017. (File photo)

City adds three more to $100,000 club

Top earner Prince Rupert city manager helped bring in $16.5M in grants and donations in five years

Thirty-four people on the City of Prince Rupert payroll were making more than $100,000 a year in 2017. (File photo)
McBride water main break to disrupt traffic for another six weeks

McBride water main break to disrupt traffic for another six weeks

Road restrictions remain as City of Prince Rupert crews continue to work on Highway 16

McBride water main break to disrupt traffic for another six weeks
Sally Marr was honoured with the National Inclusive Education Award on May 25, 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert teacher honoured with national education award

Sally Marr has worked in learning services in northern B.C. for decades

Sally Marr was honoured with the National Inclusive Education Award on May 25, 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
New events added to 40th Seafest

New events added to 40th Seafest

Prince Rupert’s annual festival welcomes new activities to “the Way It Was”

New events added to 40th Seafest
Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain was appointed to a committee for a 20-month planning project to bring electric vehicle charging stations to Northern B.C. (Mayor Lee Brain Twitter)

Mapping an electric vehicle charging network across northern B.C.

Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain named a member of Electric Vehicle Highway 16-97 advisory council

Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain was appointed to a committee for a 20-month planning project to bring electric vehicle charging stations to Northern B.C. (Mayor Lee Brain Twitter)
CN announced $340 million in upgrades to rail infrastructure is coming to B.C. in 2018. (File photo)

CN Rail to invest $340M in B.C. in 2018

Upgrades to track infrastructure planned between Prince Rupert and Jasper

CN announced $340 million in upgrades to rail infrastructure is coming to B.C. in 2018. (File photo)