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Eleanor Watts sells two handmaid eagle hats to Naomi White (second from right) who bought them as a gift for her twin granddaughters as Elaine Hughes (right) and Brenda Laidely (centre) look at her materials also on sale. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society inaugural market hopes to add to the community

The market took place at the Git Lach M’oon hall over the weekend

Eleanor Watts sells two handmaid eagle hats to Naomi White (second from right) who bought them as a gift for her twin granddaughters as Elaine Hughes (right) and Brenda Laidely (centre) look at her materials also on sale. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Nolan Stave (left) and Ashton Shepert won’t let Keromodes forward, Bryton Gaudet, get to the puck that easy. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Nolan Stave (left) and Ashton Shepert won’t let Keromodes forward, Bryton Gaudet, get to the puck that easy. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

PRMS Grade 8 girls welcome Coast Tsimshian Academy for first home volleyball game

Sportsmanship was on display in Prince Rupert over the weekend

Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Students at Conrad Elementary School celebrated Thanksgiving early by taking part in a Friday feast on Oct. 4. Ham, potatoes, vegetables and jello were all part of the offerings, which the students and teachers enjoyed seated at decorated paper ‘tables’ placed on the gym floor. The food was made by volunteers, and served by teachers and students alike. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Conrad is giving thanks

Conrad students celebrate the holiday with a special meal

Students at Conrad Elementary School celebrated Thanksgiving early by taking part in a Friday feast on Oct. 4. Ham, potatoes, vegetables and jello were all part of the offerings, which the students and teachers enjoyed seated at decorated paper ‘tables’ placed on the gym floor. The food was made by volunteers, and served by teachers and students alike. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Residents on a rubber boat are rescued as they were stranded by Typhoon Hagibis, in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan, Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. Rescue efforts for people stranded in flooded areas are in full force after a powerful typhoon dashed heavy rainfall and winds through a widespread area of Japan, including Tokyo.(Kyodo News via AP)

Rescue efforts underway after typhoon rains flood Japan

Typhoon Hagibis made landfall south of Tokyo Saturday and moved northward

Residents on a rubber boat are rescued as they were stranded by Typhoon Hagibis, in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan, Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. Rescue efforts for people stranded in flooded areas are in full force after a powerful typhoon dashed heavy rainfall and winds through a widespread area of Japan, including Tokyo.(Kyodo News via AP)
Eliud Kipchoge celebrates with the Kenyan flag after breaking the historic two hour barrier for a marathon in Vienna, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Eliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to run a marathon in less than two hours, although it will not count as a world record. The Olympic champion and world record holder from Kenya clocked 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds Saturday at the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, an event set up for the attempt. (Jed Leicester/The INEOS 1:59 Challenge via AP)

PHOTOS: Kipchoge becomes first runner to dip under 2 hours for marathon

Olympic champion and world record holder from Kenya clocks 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds

Eliud Kipchoge celebrates with the Kenyan flag after breaking the historic two hour barrier for a marathon in Vienna, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Eliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to run a marathon in less than two hours, although it will not count as a world record. The Olympic champion and world record holder from Kenya clocked 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds Saturday at the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, an event set up for the attempt. (Jed Leicester/The INEOS 1:59 Challenge via AP)
Curtis Zutz’s photo of a Cedar waxwing chewing on a berry was enough for him to win the top spot in the backyard habitats category. (Curtis Zutz)

PHOTOS: BC SPCA announces winners of Wildlife-In-Focus contest

Six pictures were selected from 640 submitted photographs

Curtis Zutz’s photo of a Cedar waxwing chewing on a berry was enough for him to win the top spot in the backyard habitats category. (Curtis Zutz)
Students of School District 27 hold up signs during Orange Shirt Day outside of the South Cariboo Recreation Centre in 100 Mile House. Brendan Kyle Jure photo.

Orange Shirt Day sheds light on dark history of Canada’s residential schools

Sept. 30 aims to remember the suffering of thousands of First Nations, Métis and Inuit children

Students of School District 27 hold up signs during Orange Shirt Day outside of the South Cariboo Recreation Centre in 100 Mile House. Brendan Kyle Jure photo.
Rampage assistant captain, Tyler Ostrom waits to steal the puck from a Steelheads player.

VIDEO AND STORY: Rampage v. Steelheads

Weir scores natural hat trick to take Rampage to first victory of CIHL season

Rampage assistant captain, Tyler Ostrom waits to steal the puck from a Steelheads player.
Young boy holds sign in Chilliwack, B.C. for Sept. 20, 2019 demonstration, demanding more action on climate change. (Paul Henderson/Chilliwack Progress)

PHOTOS: Young protesters in B.C. and beyond demand climate change action

Many demonstrators were kids and teens who skipped school to take part

Young boy holds sign in Chilliwack, B.C. for Sept. 20, 2019 demonstration, demanding more action on climate change. (Paul Henderson/Chilliwack Progress)
A New York Police Department officer wipes away a tear during the Sept. 11 memorial ceremony at Peace Arch Park on Wednesday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

PHOTOS: Canada, U.S. first responders remember 9/11 victims at Peace Arch Park

American and Canadian first responders shared grief at annual event

A New York Police Department officer wipes away a tear during the Sept. 11 memorial ceremony at Peace Arch Park on Wednesday. (Aaron Hinks photos)
BC Ferries volunteers collected about 1,725 kg of trash from B.C.’s beaches in the summer of 2019. (BC Ferries)

PHOTOS: BC Ferries’ beach-cleanup team finds baby stroller, canned ham

About 330 employees volunteered to clean up about 50 kilometres of shoreline

BC Ferries volunteers collected about 1,725 kg of trash from B.C.’s beaches in the summer of 2019. (BC Ferries)
Kazmay McLeod puts paint to paper to make her creation. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

PHOTO GALLERY: Rain doesn’t block the fun at Friendship House party

Annual Block Party offers activities, food and entertainment for all ages

Kazmay McLeod puts paint to paper to make her creation. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Guests at the tea party enjoyed a robust sampling of carefully prepared treats, along with tea and coffee. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

VIDEO, PHOTOS, STORY: Touring the gardens of Rupert’s best green thumbs

Garden Club fundraiser tours the town exploring Rupert’s best in show

Guests at the tea party enjoyed a robust sampling of carefully prepared treats, along with tea and coffee. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
PRFC women won their third tournament in a row at the Haisla Annual Soccer Tournament 2019 in Kitimat. (Gerry Leibel)

PHOTO GALLERY AND STORY: Women’s Prince Rupert Football Club scores a hat trick of championships

PRFC coming home from Kitimat with championship and four individual awards

PRFC women won their third tournament in a row at the Haisla Annual Soccer Tournament 2019 in Kitimat. (Gerry Leibel)
Canadians with dementia, their caregivers, and their U.S. counterparts met at the Peace Arch Park Wednesday to exchange pleasantries and gifts. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Canadians with dementia, their caregivers, and their U.S. counterparts met at the Peace Arch Park Wednesday to exchange pleasantries and gifts. (Aaron Hinks photo)
The Prince Rupert community celebrated Canada Day 2019 in style at Mariners Park. (Dana Cocullo / The Northern View)

PHOTO GALLERY: Prince Rupert celebrates Canada Day 2019

It was a jam-packed day at Mariners Park, full of music, dancing and play

The Prince Rupert community celebrated Canada Day 2019 in style at Mariners Park. (Dana Cocullo / The Northern View)
People arrive to attend the Stonewall 50 Pride Rally, Friday, June 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)

PHOTOS: 50 years of LGBTQ pride showcased in protests, parades

More than 2,000 people gathered outside the bar where patrons resisted the famous June 28, 1969, police raid

People arrive to attend the Stonewall 50 Pride Rally, Friday, June 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)
Spectrum City Dance recital, June 22, 2019 (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

PHOTO GALLERY AND STORY: Spectrum City Dance “cell”ebrates another successful season

“Cindy’s Cell” a comment on technology in the digital age through dance

Spectrum City Dance recital, June 22, 2019 (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert sea cadets voyage into a new chapter at their Annual Ceremonial Review

Mayor Lee Brain acted as review officer at the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corp 7 Captain Cook ACR

(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)