K-J Millar

Prince Rupert RCMP Const. Jacque Van Wyngaardt is riding in the 2023 Cops for Cancer Tour de North to honour the life of his dad, who recently died from the illness. He is riding from Prince George to Prince Rupert Sept. 15 to 21 to raise funds for childhood cancer research.

Prince Rupert police officer to ride 800km to raise funds for kids’ cancer research

Die’ een is vir jou, Pappa, This one is for you, Dad - Const. Jacque Van Wyngaardt

Prince Rupert RCMP Const. Jacque Van Wyngaardt is riding in the 2023 Cops for Cancer Tour de North to honour the life of his dad, who recently died from the illness. He is riding from Prince George to Prince Rupert Sept. 15 to 21 to raise funds for childhood cancer research.
Are there brakes on this thing? An eager speeder in the soapbox derby hoons down Third Ave. on June 11, revving it up at the 44th Seafest held in Prince Rupert.

Prince Rupert 45th Seafest reconnects community to the water

Loved classic ‘Quick and the Daring’ returns to festival with new events as fresh elements

Are there brakes on this thing? An eager speeder in the soapbox derby hoons down Third Ave. on June 11, revving it up at the 44th Seafest held in Prince Rupert.
Misty Melons, Grade 7 bridge builders from Annunciation School won first place in their age category at the April 22 Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia popsicle stick contest for students across the province.

Prince Rupert Annunciation students stick to success with wins at model bridge building competition

Three teams from the school won 1st & 2nd place at provincial contest

Misty Melons, Grade 7 bridge builders from Annunciation School won first place in their age category at the April 22 Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia popsicle stick contest for students across the province.
Annunciation Knights Grade 7 Soccer team brought home the Terry Wilson Memorial Cup from the annual soccer tournament in Prince George on May 26.(Photo: Supplied)

Prince Rupert Annunciation Knights sip on success after winning Soccer cup

Terry Wilson Memorial 1oth anniversary tournament played for first time in 4 years

Annunciation Knights Grade 7 Soccer team brought home the Terry Wilson Memorial Cup from the annual soccer tournament in Prince George on May 26.(Photo: Supplied)
Prince Rupert Middle School Jazz and Concert bands travelled to the MusicFest Canada competitions in Niagara Falls earlier in the month and returned home as the first bands from British Columbia to win gold at the festival. See story on page XX (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Students hit a high note with first-ever B.C. gold at MusicFest

Gold is the colour of success for the Prince Rupert Middle School…

Prince Rupert Middle School Jazz and Concert bands travelled to the MusicFest Canada competitions in Niagara Falls earlier in the month and returned home as the first bands from British Columbia to win gold at the festival. See story on page XX (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Waters of the B.C. north and central coasts, as seen in the Khutzeymateen and near the Great Bear Rain Forest, will be better protected and clean after a part of a $25 million investment boosts the Coastal First Nations - Great Bear Initiative to offer stewardship under the Clean Coast, Clean Waters program. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

$25M funding boost to better protect and clean North and Central Coast waters

Coastal First Nations Great Bear Initiative rec.’s $4M under Clean Coast, Clean Waters program

Waters of the B.C. north and central coasts, as seen in the Khutzeymateen and near the Great Bear Rain Forest, will be better protected and clean after a part of a $25 million investment boosts the Coastal First Nations - Great Bear Initiative to offer stewardship under the Clean Coast, Clean Waters program. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Joseph Allen Hall-Grandison is wanted by the Prince Rupert RCMP on May 31 for outstanding warrants. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Prince Rupert RCMP Wanted Wednesday: Joseph Allen Hall-Grandison

RCMP request public assistance in locating 29-year-old male

Joseph Allen Hall-Grandison is wanted by the Prince Rupert RCMP on May 31 for outstanding warrants. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Metlkatla First Nation celebrated the official re-opening of the Wilderness Trail on May 25, after storm damage closed it more than five years ago. (Photo: PRPA website)

Metlakatla Wilderness Trail reopening celebrated near Prince Rupert

Trail opens June 6 to public with twice weekly ferry available for visitors

Metlkatla First Nation celebrated the official re-opening of the Wilderness Trail on May 25, after storm damage closed it more than five years ago. (Photo: PRPA website)
A Kaleb Dahlgren number 16 hockey jersey, worn by the Humboldt crash survivor, was the highest auctioned bid of the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association in partnership with Prince Rupert Regional Hospital, evening gala on May 27. The jersey scored the winning $8,000 bid. (Photo: Thom Barker/Black Press)

Humboldt Broncos jersey scores $8,000 at minor hockey & hospital auction in Prince Rupert

More than $50K raised, ‘Live Big’ — Kaleb Dahlgren, Humbolt hockey bus crash survivor and new author

A Kaleb Dahlgren number 16 hockey jersey, worn by the Humboldt crash survivor, was the highest auctioned bid of the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association in partnership with Prince Rupert Regional Hospital, evening gala on May 27. The jersey scored the winning $8,000 bid. (Photo: Thom Barker/Black Press)
North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice announced more than $7 million in transportation funding for the BC Bus North program on May 29. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

$7.75M secures BC Bus North and other transportation programs until 2027

Prioritizing northern transportation is ‘essenitial’ North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice said

North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice announced more than $7 million in transportation funding for the BC Bus North program on May 29. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
The treed lot at the corner of Hays Cove Ave. and Frederick St. on May 24, proposed for a 34-unit complex to be built under the Rapid Housing Initiative. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Prince Rupert City Council approves development for 34-unit low-income housing

Hay Cove Ave. site clearing to start immediately, occupancy req. 18 months after funding approval

The treed lot at the corner of Hays Cove Ave. and Frederick St. on May 24, proposed for a 34-unit complex to be built under the Rapid Housing Initiative. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Juno award-winning Canadian band 54-40 will play at the Lester Center as part of the 2023-2024 season lineup on Oct. 20, 21. (Photo: Supplied)

54-40 on its way for 2023-2024 season at Lester Centre in Prince Rupert

Juno Award winners to play in city on Oct. 20, 21

Juno award-winning Canadian band 54-40 will play at the Lester Center as part of the 2023-2024 season lineup on Oct. 20, 21. (Photo: Supplied)
A sign on 9th Ave. West on May 24, notifies residents of a proposed zoning bylaw change to allow for a multi-unit housing development project.

Zoning bylaws amendments proposed for 40-unit residential complex in Prince Rupert

Type of housing unknown for proposed five-story building next to golf course & middle school

A sign on 9th Ave. West on May 24, notifies residents of a proposed zoning bylaw change to allow for a multi-unit housing development project.
RCMP Const. Bryce Saunders and Const. Brody Hemrich stand in front of the brass memorial plaque in Service Park, which honours two Prince Rupert police officers slain in the line of duty. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
RCMP Const. Bryce Saunders and Const. Brody Hemrich stand in front of the brass memorial plaque in Service Park, which honours two Prince Rupert police officers slain in the line of duty. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
RCMP celebrates its 150 anniversary on May 23. Prince Rupert RCMP has many staff and vehicle assets which contribute to community policing. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

150th Anniversary – Assets of RCMP on the North Coast

Many staff, vehicles and vessels make up community policing

RCMP celebrates its 150 anniversary on May 23. Prince Rupert RCMP has many staff and vehicle assets which contribute to community policing. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Cole Pauls, Tahltan comic author offers writers workshop participants helpful hints in creating youth focussed graphic novels on May 13. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Graphic novelists and authors held writing workshops in Prince Rupert

Events were sponsored by Arts Council grant

Cole Pauls, Tahltan comic author offers writers workshop participants helpful hints in creating youth focussed graphic novels on May 13. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Marvin Grant Quock is the subject of the Prince Rupert RCMP's Wanted Wednesday for May 31. (Photo: Supplied)

Prince Rupert RCMP issue Wanted Wednesday: Marvin Grant Quock Jnr.

35-year old male is wanted on outstanding warrants

Marvin Grant Quock is the subject of the Prince Rupert RCMP's Wanted Wednesday for May 31. (Photo: Supplied)
Trigon Pacific Terminals CEO Rob Booker stands with Port Edward Mayor Kunt Bjorndal and Fire Chief Jason Geishbrecht after a $75,000 to the district for a new fire truck. (Photo: Supplied)

Trigon Pacific invests $75 K into new fire truck for Port Edward

District and area to benefit from new increased safety once full funding has been secured

Trigon Pacific Terminals CEO Rob Booker stands with Port Edward Mayor Kunt Bjorndal and Fire Chief Jason Geishbrecht after a $75,000 to the district for a new fire truck. (Photo: Supplied)
Humbolt bus crash survivor Kaleb Dahlgren will address a Prince Rupert audience on May 27 for a partnered fundraising event hosted by Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association and Prince Rupert Cancer Group. (Photo: supplied)

Humbolt bus crash survivor to address his crossroads journey at Prince Rupert fundraiser

Minor Hockey Association teams up with Prince Rupert Cancer Group for evening gala, May 27

Humbolt bus crash survivor Kaleb Dahlgren will address a Prince Rupert audience on May 27 for a partnered fundraising event hosted by Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association and Prince Rupert Cancer Group. (Photo: supplied)
Residents of Port Edwards stayed true to the municipal motto of “Clean, Neat and Green” on May 13, when the 2nd annual Community Clean Up Day bagged hundreds of kilograms of garbage. (Photo: Supplied)

Port Edward stays true to ‘Clean, Neat and Green’

2nd annual community clean-up day bags hundreds of kgs garbage

Residents of Port Edwards stayed true to the municipal motto of “Clean, Neat and Green” on May 13, when the 2nd annual Community Clean Up Day bagged hundreds of kilograms of garbage. (Photo: Supplied)