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Operations Supervisor Kathleen Wick works at Ray-Mont Logistics in Prince Rupert.

Northern B.C. workers are an integral part of innovative Canadian supply chain solutions

Transloading creates jobs and new export opportunities for Canadian producers

  • Dec 6, 2021
Murray Rankin, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation with Louis De Jaeger, Métis Nation British Columbia Acting Vice-President, Director for Region 2 (Lower Mainland) and the Minister of Economic Development and Natural Resources at the Louis Riel Day proclamation, 2021. Derek Robitaille photo.

Métis building strong future, based on long history in BC

Over 22,000 Métis are registered in BC, with 90,000 self-identifying as Métis on the last census

  • Nov 29, 2021
Kyle Hes is a Gantry Crane Operator at DP World-Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal.

Prince Rupert’s marine and dock workers essential to Canada’s reputation for reliability

Port of Prince Rupert workforce has far-reaching impact across northern B.C. and beyond

  • Nov 22, 2021
Kyle Hes is a Gantry Crane Operator at DP World-Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal.
The not-for-profit BC Unclaimed Property Society serves as a "lost and found" for forgotten funds in the province. The Society works to put unclaimed money from dormant accounts back in the hands of the rightful owners.

B.C. has millions of dollars in unclaimed funds – some of it may be yours

Last year, retired Surrey, B.C. primary school teacher Sue Wallace received a…

  • Nov 21, 2021
The not-for-profit BC Unclaimed Property Society serves as a "lost and found" for forgotten funds in the province. The Society works to put unclaimed money from dormant accounts back in the hands of the rightful owners.
The B.C. Maritime Employers Association is working in partnership with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada and Ending Violence Association of B.C. to deliver training that will create safer and inclusive workplaces.

We must be more than a bystander to encourage safer, inclusive workplaces

By Mike Leonard They are the waterfront workers who unload ocean carriers,…

  • Nov 8, 2021
The B.C. Maritime Employers Association is working in partnership with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada and Ending Violence Association of B.C. to deliver training that will create safer and inclusive workplaces.
Dangerous Goods Officer, John Nicoletti, lives and works in his hometown of Prince George.

Port traffic propels rail workforce across northern B.C. transportation corridor

Meet two people working in rail safety and logistics, supporting jobs across western Canada

  • Nov 8, 2021
Dangerous Goods Officer, John Nicoletti, lives and works in his hometown of Prince George.
Dr. Tania de Klerk is excited to present her latest professional endeavour, Aveline MediClinic, to complement her thriving family medical practice in Prince Rupert, BC.

Big city skin care, right here in Prince Rupert!

Family doctor expands skincare services to meet growing demand

  • Nov 1, 2021
Dr. Tania de Klerk is excited to present her latest professional endeavour, Aveline MediClinic, to complement her thriving family medical practice in Prince Rupert, BC.
Jessica Hochins - Woodlands Operations Supervisor, Skeena Sawmills, Terrace

Northwest women working to bring B.C. wood products to the world

Meet a pair of women supporting natural resource supply chains in Northern B.C.

  • Nov 1, 2021
Jessica Hochins - Woodlands Operations Supervisor, Skeena Sawmills, Terrace
Sue Stewart and Riley Severinski. After years of relying on the hospital for Riley (and for a few visits for her brothers), Sue felt it was important to give back through a legacy gift to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Jeff Weddell Photography.

20-year hospital journey inspires a legacy

Riley was just a six-week-old infant when her mom, Sue, was told…

  • Oct 25, 2021
Sue Stewart and Riley Severinski. After years of relying on the hospital for Riley (and for a few visits for her brothers), Sue felt it was important to give back through a legacy gift to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Jeff Weddell Photography.
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The Northern View is hiring freelance writers, photographers and videographers.
The B.C. Maritime Employers Association is partnering with Minerva BC to host an important virtual workshop aimed at connecting business leaders to discuss and learn about gender equality, inclusion and equity.

When we advance gender equality, we create thriving communities

By Mike Leonard Schools are reopening, a federal election is underway and…

  • Sep 14, 2021
The B.C. Maritime Employers Association is partnering with Minerva BC to host an important virtual workshop aimed at connecting business leaders to discuss and learn about gender equality, inclusion and equity.
ECO Canada’s BEAHR training program provides customizable environmental training programming for Indigenous communities that uniquely braids traditional ecological knowledge with Western science.

Why braiding traditional ecological knowledge with Western science is so important – and how ECO Canada’s BEAHR program is helping

Training program helps Indigenous youth engage in a meaningful career in the environmental sector

  • Sep 13, 2021
ECO Canada’s BEAHR training program provides customizable environmental training programming for Indigenous communities that uniquely braids traditional ecological knowledge with Western science.
Jason Scherr, PRPA’s Manager of Environmental Sustainability, has spearheaded the shore power project at Fairview Terminal.

Shore power will reduce container vessel emissions at Port of Prince Rupert

Vessels berthed at Fairview Terminal will be able to switch to electric power

  • Jul 5, 2021
Jason Scherr, PRPA’s Manager of Environmental Sustainability, has spearheaded the shore power project at Fairview Terminal.
Toboggan Hatchery Manager Kris Bulloch. With support and guidance from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Skeena River Salmon Enhancement Program, the Toboggan Creek Salmon & Steelhead Enhancement Society is restoring the hatchery.

Hatchery modernization supports wild salmon stocks in Skeena watershed

Upgrades will enhance ability to raise Coho and Chinook fry at Northwest BC facility

  • Jun 28, 2021
Toboggan Hatchery Manager Kris Bulloch. With support and guidance from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Skeena River Salmon Enhancement Program, the Toboggan Creek Salmon & Steelhead Enhancement Society is restoring the hatchery.
Giuliana Hauknes is on a team of Gateway Operators who monitor marine traffic in and around the Port of Prince Rupert, to help maintain the highest standards of safety and security. (Photo: Michael Ambach)

Gateway Operators monitor marine traffic and conditions 24/7

Helping vessels big and small safely navigate the Port of Prince Rupert

  • Jun 21, 2021
Giuliana Hauknes is on a team of Gateway Operators who monitor marine traffic in and around the Port of Prince Rupert, to help maintain the highest standards of safety and security. (Photo: Michael Ambach)
Adam Simons is the Environmental Coordinator at PRPA. The Environmental Sustainability team collects and shares information related to emissions, noise, and water quality from around the Prince Rupert Gateway, to mitigate the Port’s impact on the environment and the community. (Photo: Michael Ambach)

Air and water quality at the Port measured around-the-clock

Port Authority is eyes and ears along the coast tracking conditions above ground and underwater

  • Jun 14, 2021
Adam Simons is the Environmental Coordinator at PRPA. The Environmental Sustainability team collects and shares information related to emissions, noise, and water quality from around the Prince Rupert Gateway, to mitigate the Port’s impact on the environment and the community. (Photo: Michael Ambach)
An eight-day Rafting Glamping Adventure with Bear Camp is part of an amazing prize package highlighting the rugged beauty and incredible wildlife that drew the producers of the hit History Channel show <em>Alone</em> to the remote Chilcotin region.

Win Adventures to the Filming Location of the HISTORY Channel’s “Alone” Season 8!

The HISTORY® Channel’s hit survival series Alone is back like never before…

  • Jun 7, 2021
An eight-day Rafting Glamping Adventure with Bear Camp is part of an amazing prize package highlighting the rugged beauty and incredible wildlife that drew the producers of the hit History Channel show <em>Alone</em> to the remote Chilcotin region.
(Photo: Michael Ambach)

Students collaborate with Port Authority to preserve North Coast marine life

Coast Mountain College students gain first-hand experience at the Port of Prince Rupert

  • Jun 7, 2021
(Photo: Michael Ambach)
PRPA Project and Field Services Technologist Khalid Elmourci stands above Seal Cove Salt Marsh, the site of a new habitat restoration project.

Seal Cove Salt Marsh project on schedule for summer opening

Restoration project creates places for wildlife to thrive and people to relax

  • May 31, 2021
PRPA Project and Field Services Technologist Khalid Elmourci stands above Seal Cove Salt Marsh, the site of a new habitat restoration project.