Todd Hamilton

In Our Opinion: Wrong people for the job

Why Rupert needs a conservation officer in the community

The Guns of 1917: Newfoundland at the Somme

A special six part series of columns by William Roubicek on Vimy Ridge

Bear conflicts on the rise throughout B.C.

Ministry of Environment no longer considers translocation a viable option

Small campfires permitted in Rupert

Backyard cooking fires are allowed within the city limits

North Coast received what they voted for by electing NDP

Most could see the bad news coming. Petronas and its partners announced…

Petronas decision due to more than market conditions

Editor: I was listening to BC NDP minister of energy Michelle Mungall…

What is Fletcher’s thesis on climate change?

Editor: Response to Tom Fletcher’s opinion article in the July 21 Northern…

Wildfires force suspension of print operations

As of next week The Northern View will be delivered on Thursdays

Scheer wins leadership, CN reaches tentative deal

News briefs for the week on the Conservative Party of Canada and CN’s potential strike

Port of Prince Rupert exploring ‘gas station’, not oil terminal

The port confirmed that they are exploring options to build a bunkering facility

Herb Pond wins B.C. Liberals’ nomination nod

Herb Pond will take on incumbent NDP MLA Jennifer Rice for the North Coast riding after winning the B.C. Liberal nomination

Herb Pond wins B.C. Liberal North Coast nomination

Former Prince Rupert Mayor defeats Rodney Proskiw to take on NDP incumbent Jennifer Rice

Prince Rupert propane export terminal’s AltaGas in merger talks

AltaGas confirms report that it is in merger talks with U.S. company

Lest We Forget

Prince Rupert holds its Remembrance Day ceremonies on Nov. 11 at the cenotaph

65-pound Tyee landed by Alberta angler

Alberta angler Ian Conklin landed what might be the largest chinook salmon caught so far this year on the North Coast.

Witnesses sought following arrest by Rupert RCMP

A civilian-led police oversight committee has launched an investigation into Prince Rupert RCMP members following an arrest on June 23.

What would Rupert do without the PRPA?

The City of Prince Rupert council and citizens all around this community should thank their lucky stars there is a Port of Prince Rupert

A blind ace for Hays

Hays, an 8-handicap, said it was the second time he had picked up a hole-in-one and the second time he had done it in a tournament.

Robinson defends Jubilee title

Ian Robinson defended his Men’s Jubilee title with a one-stroke victory over Dylan Kerbrat at the Centennial Course in Prince Rupert.