North Pacific Cannery

Ann Leach general manager of North Pacific Cannery Museum said on Aug. 5 a donation from world-renowned master carver Dempsey Bob is extra special because he embodies the canneries and the lives of the people who lived and worked there. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Dempsey Bob donates artistic residency to North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward

World-renowned artist will carve cannery history to preserve the past for the future

 

Port Edward: This historic site was built on something fishy

Port Edward: This historic site was built on something fishy

Massive salmon stocks on the North Coast fueled this industry for nearly a century

 

Braiden Ramsey and his daughter Ashlynn teamed up to create a Mario themed costume combo at Halloween Fest on Oct. 31 at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. (Matthew Allen photo)

You won’t boo-lieve what Prince Rupert has in store for Halloween

Thrills and chills await Prince Rupert’s kids — and adults — this spooky season

 

Spencer Hodam ran the 10k with a time of 48:13 in The Northern View Cannery Road Race 2019. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

The Northern View Cannery Road Race: Photos and video

The Northern View’s 2019 Cannery Road Race draws hundreds of runners from Prince Rupert to Terrace

Spencer Hodam ran the 10k with a time of 48:13 in The Northern View Cannery Road Race 2019. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Prince Rupert’s Rhonda Stoik gets some encouragement from some of her biggest fans as she finishes off her half-marathon at the Northern View Cannery Road Race. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Rupert sees its runners bolt to top times at The Northern View Cannery Road Race

Richard Elkington wins half-marathon, while Katie Beach takes top mark in women’s 5K

Prince Rupert’s Rhonda Stoik gets some encouragement from some of her biggest fans as she finishes off her half-marathon at the Northern View Cannery Road Race. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Heart of Our City: Sharing a piece of history

Heart of Our City: Sharing a piece of history

Mona Izumi volunteers at the North Pacific Cannery to share the story of her Japanese heritage

Heart of Our City: Sharing a piece of history
Visitors examine the cannery equipment used in the canning process. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

STORY, PHOTOS, VIDEO: North Pacific Cannery celebrates special milestone

Festivities featured food and tours of the site

Visitors examine the cannery equipment used in the canning process. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Michael Jordan of Smithers took was the first place finisher in the Cannery Road Race half marathon on Sept. 15. Jordan finished with a time of 1:20:39. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

More than 125 runners take part in Northern View Cannery Road Race

Teen Terrace runners first to finish 5km and 10km, Prince Rupert runner wins 21km race.

Michael Jordan of Smithers took was the first place finisher in the Cannery Road Race half marathon on Sept. 15. Jordan finished with a time of 1:20:39. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Orion Dantzer, shows off his moves at the Intertidal Music Festival in Port Edward. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Intertidal Music Festival wrap up

Video and photos from the full-day festival held at the North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward, B.C.

Orion Dantzer, shows off his moves at the Intertidal Music Festival in Port Edward. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Festival goers get ready, Intertidal Music Festival is back for another year. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Intertidal Music Festival back for round two

More than 20 performances throughout the day at the North Pacific Cannery on July 21

Festival goers get ready, Intertidal Music Festival is back for another year. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Allen Lewis, Job Creation Partnership participant, from Gitxaala Nation. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

$1.4M for cannery’s biggest restoration project

North Pacific Cannery celebrates the completion of its biggest restoration project in 10 years

Allen Lewis, Job Creation Partnership participant, from Gitxaala Nation. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Port Edward council is applying for funding to replace the North Pacific Cannery’s bunkhouse roof. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Port Edward council is applying for funding to replace the North Pacific Cannery’s bunkhouse roof. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Treena Decker. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)                                Zombies took over Third Avenue in Prince Rupert last weekend. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

VIDEO slideshow — Highlights from Halloween on the North Coast

Best of photos from the Zombie Walk, Terror At The Cannery and Hallowe’enfest

Treena Decker. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)                                Zombies took over Third Avenue in Prince Rupert last weekend. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Elijah Larsen and Simon Stockner, and Stephen deWitt (not shown) of The Racket light up the main stage at the North Pacific Cannery’s inaugural Intertidal Music Festival. More than 700 people and 100 volunteers showed up on Saturday, July 16 where artists played in the newly renovated historic cannery. Shannon Lough photo

VIDEO and Photos: Intertidal Music Festival

The North Pacific Cannery hosts after a decade of renovation work

Elijah Larsen and Simon Stockner, and Stephen deWitt (not shown) of The Racket light up the main stage at the North Pacific Cannery’s inaugural Intertidal Music Festival. More than 700 people and 100 volunteers showed up on Saturday, July 16 where artists played in the newly renovated historic cannery. Shannon Lough photo
Joseph Jack/The Northern View                                Laurie Davie, general manager of the North Coast Pacific Cannery says they’re ready to host this weekend’s first annual Intertidal Music Festival.                                 The Intertidal festival has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Rolling on The River Festival that ran from 2002-2007 and had to stop because of dock and facility degradation.                                Peter Ricq (left) and Robbie Slade make up HUMANS, an indie electropop duo based out of Vancouver. They will bring their catchy beats and lyrics to the first annual Intertidal Music Festival taking place Friday July 15 at the North Pacific Cannery. (Photo Lauren D Zbarsky)

A sneak peak at Saturday’s Intertidal festival

Learn about some of the bands playing at the cannery’s Intertidal Music Festival

  • Jul 10, 2017
Joseph Jack/The Northern View                                Laurie Davie, general manager of the North Coast Pacific Cannery says they’re ready to host this weekend’s first annual Intertidal Music Festival.                                 The Intertidal festival has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Rolling on The River Festival that ran from 2002-2007 and had to stop because of dock and facility degradation.                                Peter Ricq (left) and Robbie Slade make up HUMANS, an indie electropop duo based out of Vancouver. They will bring their catchy beats and lyrics to the first annual Intertidal Music Festival taking place Friday July 15 at the North Pacific Cannery. (Photo Lauren D Zbarsky)
North Pacific Cannery ready to rock out once again

North Pacific Cannery ready to rock out once again

Inaugural Intertidal Music Festival celebrates Canada 150 and 150 years of West Coast canning

North Pacific Cannery ready to rock out once again