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(Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
(Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
It’s smooth sailing now on Wantage Road after being deemed one of the worst streets in the city and undergoing repaving in July 2019. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

WEB POLL: Do you agree with the City of Prince Rupert’s choice to pave Wantage Road over residential streets in need of repair?

14 major roads in Prince Rupert to be paved by end of summer, should Wantage have been on the list?

  • Jul 25, 2019
It’s smooth sailing now on Wantage Road after being deemed one of the worst streets in the city and undergoing repaving in July 2019. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
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WEB POLL: Would you like to see more stop signs in the downtown core?

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  • Jul 19, 2019
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WEB POLL: Would you like to see ride hailing services come to Kaien Island?

ICBC insurance category for ride hailing vehicles set for September

  • Jul 14, 2019
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, 2017, virtually one year ago today. (Black Press files)

WEB POLL: Do you think National Indigenous Peoples Day should be a statutory holiday?

Monday is a statuatory holiday. Should National Indigenous Peoples Day, in June, be included as one?

  • Jun 21, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Perry Bellegarde, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, 2017, virtually one year ago today. (Black Press files)
The Zorba’s Tavern mural was painted over last week to make way for new business. The Greek restaurant, established in 1985, will be closing down at the end of June, one year shy of their 35th anniversary. (Google Street View)

WEB POLL: Would you like to see another mural go up where Zorba’s Taverna’s old one used to be?

The iconic quirky mural from Prince Rupert’s Greek restaurant was painted over this week

  • Jun 15, 2019
The Zorba’s Tavern mural was painted over last week to make way for new business. The Greek restaurant, established in 1985, will be closing down at the end of June, one year shy of their 35th anniversary. (Google Street View)
Seafest 2019 parade (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

WEB POLL: What were your top 3 favourite Seafest 2019 events other than the parade?

Prince Rupert Seafest, so little time so much to do: Tell us your favourite activities

  • Jun 9, 2019
Seafest 2019 parade (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The owner of the Moby Dick Inn in Prince Rupert purchased two goats to help her tame the weeds on her property. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

WEB POLL: Do you think Moby Dick Inn should be allowed to keep their goats, Tanny and Hanny?

For the goats to be allowed in Prince Rupert the bylaw would have to be changed by council

The owner of the Moby Dick Inn in Prince Rupert purchased two goats to help her tame the weeds on her property. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Jim Ciccone civic centre where the Prince Rupert outdoor gym used to be (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

WEB POLL: Will you miss Prince Rupert’s outdoor gym?

Will you miss Rupert's outdoor gym?

  • May 24, 2019
Jim Ciccone civic centre where the Prince Rupert outdoor gym used to be (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
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POLL: Were you satisfied with the Game of Thrones series finale?

HBO has ended the game forever, how do you feel about it?

  • May 19, 2019
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Nick Pirillo tees-off from the first tee at Prince Rupert Golf Club (Gareth MIllroy | The Northern View)
Nick Pirillo tees-off from the first tee at Prince Rupert Golf Club (Gareth MIllroy | The Northern View)
WEB POLL: Would you like to see locally grown produce to support residents at risk of food insecurity?

WEB POLL: Would you like to see locally grown produce to support residents at risk of food insecurity?

Nisga’a Society is working on a pilot project to provide fresh veggies to members in Prince Rupert

  • Apr 25, 2019
WEB POLL: Would you like to see locally grown produce to support residents at risk of food insecurity?
Approximately 30 people gathered outside the Best Western Inn in Terrace in support of Bill C-48, a legislative ban preventing oil tankers from travelling along B.C.’s North Coast. Just down the sidewalk, another group of protestors against the ban were gathered, some carrying “I love oil” signs. (Taylor Bachrach photo)

WEB POLL: Do you support Bill C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act?

Senate hearings held in Prince Rupert and Terrace showed a strong divide over the tanker ban

  • Apr 19, 2019
Approximately 30 people gathered outside the Best Western Inn in Terrace in support of Bill C-48, a legislative ban preventing oil tankers from travelling along B.C.’s North Coast. Just down the sidewalk, another group of protestors against the ban were gathered, some carrying “I love oil” signs. (Taylor Bachrach photo)
A rendering of the drive-thru A&W restaurant proposed for the north side of the Prince Rupert Square Mall. (Submitted photo)

WEB POLL: Do you think the upper lot in the mall is the right location for an A&W drive-thru in Prince Rupert?

The City of Prince Rupert wants A&W to find another location in the city

  • Apr 11, 2019
A rendering of the drive-thru A&W restaurant proposed for the north side of the Prince Rupert Square Mall. (Submitted photo)
Transition Prince Rupert director, Sarah Dantzer, speaks to the Northern View about the city’s first official ‘Sustainability Month’ and what activities residents can get involved in to benefit the community and the environment. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Will you participate in a community clean-up for Sustainability month?

Will you participate in a community clean-up for Sustainability month?

Transition Prince Rupert director, Sarah Dantzer, speaks to the Northern View about the city’s first official ‘Sustainability Month’ and what activities residents can get involved in to benefit the community and the environment. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Coast Tsimshian people are opposing DFO’s decision to open the commercial fishery for herring roe on kelp. (Greg Schechter/Flickr)
Coast Tsimshian people are opposing DFO’s decision to open the commercial fishery for herring roe on kelp. (Greg Schechter/Flickr)
In this May 2008 photo, the ferry Malaspina heads up Lynn Canal toward Haines and Skagway, Alaska, from Juneau. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

POLL: Have you every used the Alaska ferry from Prince Rupert?

Budget cuts could mean ending service to the only Canadian stop on the Alaska Marine Highway

  • Mar 21, 2019
In this May 2008 photo, the ferry Malaspina heads up Lynn Canal toward Haines and Skagway, Alaska, from Juneau. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
(Northern View file)
(Northern View file)
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POLL: Do you think the province should require mandatory vaccines (with medical exemptions)?

There has been a total of 17 measles cases in British Columbia since January

  • Mar 7, 2019
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POLL: Are you disappointed Nathan Cullen is not seeking re-election?

POLL: Are you disappointed Nathan Cullen is not seeking re-election?

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP decides he’s not running again after 15 years with the NDP

  • Mar 2, 2019
POLL: Are you disappointed Nathan Cullen is not seeking re-election?