Honourable Judith Guichon met with First Nations elders, Murray Smith, Murphy Gouchie and Bill White at the Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert on Monday morning and then continued her official visit to meet with mayor and council. Shannon Lough / The Northern View

Honourable Judith Guichon met with First Nations elders, Murray Smith, Murphy Gouchie and Bill White at the Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert on Monday morning and then continued her official visit to meet with mayor and council. Shannon Lough / The Northern View

B.C.’s Lieutenant Governor pays her first official visit to the city

Lieutenant Governor meets with First Nations elders at the Friendship House of Prince Rupert.

The Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia paid her first visit to Prince Rupert on May 1.

Honourable Judith Guichon met with First Nations elders Murray Smith, Murphy Gouchie and Bill White at the Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert in the morning and then continued her official visit to meet with mayor and council.

Guichon was sworn in as the 29th Lieutenant Governor of B.C. in Nov. 2, 2012 and during her term she will try to visit all the regions of the province at least once. In Prince Rupert she has plans to visit a couple of schools, the scouts, the seniors’ centre, as well as the Port of Prince Rupert.

Judith GuichonLieutenant Governor of British Columbia