Year in Review

The Northern View’s 2019 Sports in Review: July - December

Prince Rupert 2019: Sports part 2

The Northern View’s 2019 Sports in Review: July-December

  • Dec 31, 2019

 

The Northern View’s 2019 Sports in Review: January - June

Prince Rupert 2019: Sports part 1

The Northern View’s 2019 Sports in Review: January - June

  • Dec 29, 2019

 

Vince Sampare is a Friendship House youth inclusion coordinator who offers safe rides to youths on the Sunshine Coach. By mid-January, the association will have a 15-passenger van to offer safe rides to Terrace. (Kevin Campbell / The Northern View)

Year in Review: December 2017

More jobs coming to the port, a recovery house proposed and a $5 bus to Terrace in December

 

A cairn dedicated to Allan Olsen, the only soldier known to be killed while on duty in Prince Rupert in the Second World War. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Year in Review: November 2017

Tent city, a forgotten WWII monument discovered and Pembina announces LPG project

A cairn dedicated to Allan Olsen, the only soldier known to be killed while on duty in Prince Rupert in the Second World War. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
People who support the occupation of Lelu Island, and opposed the Pacific NorthWest LNG project from being built on the site, joined in raising a totem pole on Oct. 20 to deepen the Gitwilgyoots’ claim to the land. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Year in Review: October 2017

Suspected herbicide use by CN, Wolverine open house and Canada C3’s epic 150-day voyage

People who support the occupation of Lelu Island, and opposed the Pacific NorthWest LNG project from being built on the site, joined in raising a totem pole on Oct. 20 to deepen the Gitwilgyoots’ claim to the land. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Tamara’s Walk began on the morning of Sept. 21 in Prince Rupert and will end in Smithers for the National Inquiry of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Year in Review: September 2017

Port CEO retires, tourist bus stolen and a walk in memory of MMIWG ends at Smithers inquiry

Tamara’s Walk began on the morning of Sept. 21 in Prince Rupert and will end in Smithers for the National Inquiry of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Fireworks. Photo by Shannon Lough

Year in Review: July 2017

The city becomes the involuntary owner of Watson Island, Pacific NorthWest LNG pulls out

Fireworks. Photo by Shannon Lough
Firefighters battle the blaze at a multi-family home on the 800 block of Fulton Street on Tuesday, June 6. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Year in Review: June 2017

Multiple fires, MLA Jennifer Rice sworn in and other Prince Rupert news from June

Firefighters battle the blaze at a multi-family home on the 800 block of Fulton Street on Tuesday, June 6. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
A marijuana grow-op was discovered at 6th Avenue East and West in May 2017. (File photo)

Year in Review: May 2017

A drug raid, end-of-life care upgrades and other Prince Rupert news for May

A marijuana grow-op was discovered at 6th Avenue East and West in May 2017. (File photo)
Year in Review: April 2017

Year in Review: April 2017

New flights and changes to airport authority board are highlights from April 2017 Prince Rupert news

Year in Review: April 2017
The luminary ceremony in Prince Rupert had several bags dedicated to Sheryl Sadorski-Gordon, who was a significant advocate for Relay for Life the previous two years, and who recently passed from cancer. Shannon Lough photo.

Year in Review: March 2017

Rupertite awarded Medal of Courage and Watson Island mostly decommissioned

The luminary ceremony in Prince Rupert had several bags dedicated to Sheryl Sadorski-Gordon, who was a significant advocate for Relay for Life the previous two years, and who recently passed from cancer. Shannon Lough photo.
Jewel Jerstad, Patty Forman, Lonnie Bryant, Crystal Lorette, Shauna Muir perform “With a little help from my friends” during the finale of Mermaid Cafe at the Lester Centre The Centre celebrated its 30th Anniversary as well. (File photo)

Year in Review: February 2017

LNG benefits agreement signed, gas leak and pot bylaw appear in news highlights

Jewel Jerstad, Patty Forman, Lonnie Bryant, Crystal Lorette, Shauna Muir perform “With a little help from my friends” during the finale of Mermaid Cafe at the Lester Centre The Centre celebrated its 30th Anniversary as well. (File photo)
B.C. Premier Christy Clark made the first visit of a sitting premier to Lax Kw’alaams since 1999 in January. (File photo)

Year in Review: January 2017

From AltaGas on Ridley to a Rupertite on Broadway, here are the news highlights from Prince Rupert

B.C. Premier Christy Clark made the first visit of a sitting premier to Lax Kw’alaams since 1999 in January. (File photo)