Nick Laws

Rampage skater Jean-Luc Fournier takes a look back at his coaches during a game (Submitted by/Gerry Leibel)

Undefeated Rampage face off against River Kings

Prince Rupert and Terrace are set to face off Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre

Rampage skater Jean-Luc Fournier takes a look back at his coaches during a game (Submitted by/Gerry Leibel)
Rainmakers’ girls volleyball teams played in Terrace over the weekend. (File photo)

Junior Girls Rainmakers gear up for volleyball zones

Charles Hays Secondary School volleyball team will travel to Terrace to compete in a play day

Rainmakers’ girls volleyball teams played in Terrace over the weekend. (File photo)
Community mailboxes – which already serve thousands of Abbotsford homes – are coming to the city’s urban core.

Web Poll: Should the government have stepped in earlier to resolve the strike?

The strike hit Prince Rupert on the morning of Friday, November 9

Community mailboxes – which already serve thousands of Abbotsford homes – are coming to the city’s urban core.
Carlotta Edwards back where it all began, the ice of the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)

North Coast figure skater to star in Dancing On Ice

Carlotta Edwards learned to skate in Prince Rupert, before becoming a star with millions of viewers

Carlotta Edwards back where it all began, the ice of the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert curling club is ready to rock. (Newsroom/ The Northern View)

Rupert curling club open for 2018

After a brief delay to the season, the ice is ready for use

The Prince Rupert curling club is ready to rock. (Newsroom/ The Northern View)
(Back row) Hereditary Chief Bill Turner, Gitanmaax Chief Councillor, Tracey Woods, Verna Howard, FNHA, Chief Madeek, Wet’suwet’en, Amber Wells, 2017 Northwest Recipient, Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach, DeWayne Robinson, I·SPARC Regional Lead, Northwest, Rick Brant, I·SPARC Executive Director, (Front row, Recipients) Jaimie Denny, Mackenzie Gladstone-Howard, Elie Morgan, Tyrell Harris, Honrei Morgan, Blaise Sakac, Dakota Price, Pasha Ormerod. (Submitted by/ Thomas Camus, Camus Photography)

Indigenous athletes honoured at Premier Awards

Regional awards were handed out to youths from Lax Kw’alaams, Haida and Nisga’a nations

(Back row) Hereditary Chief Bill Turner, Gitanmaax Chief Councillor, Tracey Woods, Verna Howard, FNHA, Chief Madeek, Wet’suwet’en, Amber Wells, 2017 Northwest Recipient, Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach, DeWayne Robinson, I·SPARC Regional Lead, Northwest, Rick Brant, I·SPARC Executive Director, (Front row, Recipients) Jaimie Denny, Mackenzie Gladstone-Howard, Elie Morgan, Tyrell Harris, Honrei Morgan, Blaise Sakac, Dakota Price, Pasha Ormerod. (Submitted by/ Thomas Camus, Camus Photography)
The Prince Rupert Raiders pose for their team photo at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Submitted by/ Troy O’Toole)

Smithers and Prince Rupert shine at Old Timers Tournament

The Raiders win the Women’s division while the Driller’s won first in both men’s divisions

The Prince Rupert Raiders pose for their team photo at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Submitted by/ Troy O’Toole)
Volunteer referee drops the puck in an exhibition game held over the weekend at the old timers hockey tournament. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert short on hockey referees

PRMHA fears that there won’t be enough referees at this year’ Bantam Provincial Championships

Volunteer referee drops the puck in an exhibition game held over the weekend at the old timers hockey tournament. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)
The Raiders face off against team DQ in an all-female matchup form this weekends action. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)

Old Timers are back and ready to rock

The old-timers’ annual tournament in honour of Carlo Paolinelli was held over the weekend.

The Raiders face off against team DQ in an all-female matchup form this weekends action. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)
Players from Prince Rupert break out of their zone towards the Haida Gwaii goaltender. (Nick Laws/The Northern View)

20th annual Old Timers Tournament kicks off

Hockey teams from Haida Gwaii and across British Columbia travelled to Prince Rupert to play

Players from Prince Rupert break out of their zone towards the Haida Gwaii goaltender. (Nick Laws/The Northern View)
The Northern View’s new sports reporter, Nick Laws. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

COLUMN: Getting to know the View’s new sports reporter

A look behind the curtain at the new journalist in Prince Rupert

The Northern View’s new sports reporter, Nick Laws. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Sims delivers a speech to the packed house at Chances hall Saturday night. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)

Minister Sims speaks on need for improved connectivity in northern B.C.

Jinny Sims stopped in Prince Rupert as part of a tour promoting a new cell tower in Witset

Sims delivers a speech to the packed house at Chances hall Saturday night. (Nick Laws/ The Northern View)
Prince Rupert Rampage celebrate after scoring their third goal against the Kitimat Ice Demons on Saturday night, Oct. 27. (Gerry Leibel / Black Press)

Six consecutive wins for Rupert Rampage

Prince Rupert Rampage beat the Kitimat Ice Demons to continue their perfect season

Prince Rupert Rampage celebrate after scoring their third goal against the Kitimat Ice Demons on Saturday night, Oct. 27. (Gerry Leibel / Black Press)
Pictured Left to Right are Prince Rupert’s medalists from the meet. Zach Dolan (gold medal), Heidi Bellis (Silver medal), and Jarred McMeekin (SIlver medal). Photo Courtesy: The PRASC

Rupert Rapids secure gold, silver in first swim meet

Five teams competed in Kitimat for the opening meet of the season

Pictured Left to Right are Prince Rupert’s medalists from the meet. Zach Dolan (gold medal), Heidi Bellis (Silver medal), and Jarred McMeekin (SIlver medal). Photo Courtesy: The PRASC