Jenna Cocullo

Jaalen Edenshaw with his father Guujaaw and young companion inspecting the grey whale carcass found south of Jungle Beach in May 2019. Three whales washed ashore Haida Gwaii in the span of two weeks. (Archie Stocker Sr.)

Haida Gwaii sees fourth grey whale washed ashore, eighth for B.C.’s coast

A total of 171 grey whales have been found dead on the west coast from Mexico to Alaska

Jaalen Edenshaw with his father Guujaaw and young companion inspecting the grey whale carcass found south of Jungle Beach in May 2019. Three whales washed ashore Haida Gwaii in the span of two weeks. (Archie Stocker Sr.)
Mama bear, Blondie, gave birth to triplet cubs 1.5 years ago. They are the first healthy and safe trio to survive in Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary in 13 years, after Blondie’s first set of triplets were killed by a male bear hoping she would go in heat. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

VIDEO: World’s largest grizzly bear sanctuary sees first set of safe triplet cubs in 13 years

Prince Rupert tourists voyaged to Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary and got a special surprise

Mama bear, Blondie, gave birth to triplet cubs 1.5 years ago. They are the first healthy and safe trio to survive in Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary in 13 years, after Blondie’s first set of triplets were killed by a male bear hoping she would go in heat. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
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RCMP take Skidgate, Haida Gwaii, resident in custody following assault

A man has been medevacked to Vancouver following the assault

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A seiner with herring in its net. (Ian McAllister)

Historic win for B.C. fishermen now bargaining under labour code

Seine boat fishermen are now their own collective bargaining unit

A seiner with herring in its net. (Ian McAllister)
Leslie and Don Richardson of Richardson Ranch brought their Polled Herefords all the way from Haida Gwaii for the 82th annual Williams Lake Bull Show and Sale.

Richardson Ranch celebrating 100 years of family and ranching in Haida Gwaii

Tlell Polled Hereford’s continue to win awards while the ranch becomes a popular spot for visitors

Leslie and Don Richardson of Richardson Ranch brought their Polled Herefords all the way from Haida Gwaii for the 82th annual Williams Lake Bull Show and Sale.
Wife of the late Robert Tait, Edna Tait (right of mortuary pole), standing with their children and grand children after they unveiled the first mortuary pole at the Fairview Cemetery, Prince Rupert on Saturday, June 15, in honour of Robert Tait’s memory and legacy as a carver. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

First ever Nisga’a mortuary totem pole unveiled in Prince Rupert cemetery on Father’s Day weekend

The pole was unveiled at Fairview Cemetery in honour of the late Robert Tait, renowned carver

Wife of the late Robert Tait, Edna Tait (right of mortuary pole), standing with their children and grand children after they unveiled the first mortuary pole at the Fairview Cemetery, Prince Rupert on Saturday, June 15, in honour of Robert Tait’s memory and legacy as a carver. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
A Great Spirit Bear captured on camera in the Great Bear Rainforest. Images like these are now part of a resource that fits B.C.’s Grade 7-9, touching on topics such as conservation. Photography by Natalie Bowes

Sustainable economy flourishing in Haida Gwaii and Great Bear Rainforest thanks to First Nations investments

From 2008-2018, funding initiatives led to more than $286 million in new investments

A Great Spirit Bear captured on camera in the Great Bear Rainforest. Images like these are now part of a resource that fits B.C.’s Grade 7-9, touching on topics such as conservation. Photography by Natalie Bowes
Haida Gwaii Sea Cadets posing with the trophy before second annual Seafest 2019 Cardboard Boat Regatta competition.

From cardboard to cardboat: Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii sea cadets compete at Seafest

The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps pair off in race by the harbour at Seafest 2019

Haida Gwaii Sea Cadets posing with the trophy before second annual Seafest 2019 Cardboard Boat Regatta competition.
Port of Prince Rupert came third place with their Cor-Pirate boat. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert Seafest Parade 2019

The Northern View’s photo collection of the float winners, bikers, mascots, dancers and more

Port of Prince Rupert came third place with their Cor-Pirate boat. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Metlakatla coastline. (File photo)

Coast Tsimshian release demands and shared solutions on land dispute with Nisga’a

Nine Tribes say they are prepared to share the benefits of an LNG project with the Nisga’a Nation

Metlakatla coastline. (File photo)
Chef Shane Chartrand from the Enoch Cree Nation films his cooking show from inside the North Pacific Cannery on Aug. 24 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Documentary series now airing episode featuring Nisga’a cuisine, Ts’msyen and Gingolx

North Pacific Cannery and Prince Rupert were featured in Red Chef Revival

Chef Shane Chartrand from the Enoch Cree Nation films his cooking show from inside the North Pacific Cannery on Aug. 24 2018. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
The property on 333 11th Avenue East received a donation to help facility upgrades. (Google Maps)

Prince Rupert’s Men’s Recovery facility receiving upgrade after getting donation

Prince Rupert’s Trinity Recovery house offers supportive living for men from Terrace to Haida Gwaii

The property on 333 11th Avenue East received a donation to help facility upgrades. (Google Maps)
Highway 16 between Prince Rupert and Terrace along the Skeena River. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Scenic Route 16 receives funding for tourism promotion

The collaborative project with Tourism Prince George has $40,000 in funding

Highway 16 between Prince Rupert and Terrace along the Skeena River. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Jaalen Edenshaw with his father Guujaaw and young companion inspecting the grey whale carcass found south of Jungle Beach (Archie Stocker Sr.).

PHOTOS: Stranded grey whale on Jungle Beach

The dead grey whale on Haida Gwaii was reportedly in very bad shape and the stench was overpowering

Jaalen Edenshaw with his father Guujaaw and young companion inspecting the grey whale carcass found south of Jungle Beach (Archie Stocker Sr.).
Former president of the Haida Nation joins Prince Rupert Port Authority’s board of directors

Former president of the Haida Nation joins Prince Rupert Port Authority’s board of directors

PRPA’s board bids farewell to former member, Bud Smith, as Peter Lantin takes over the position

Former president of the Haida Nation joins Prince Rupert Port Authority’s board of directors
The first two HeliJets choppers are back at the Masset airport to transfer fishermen to the outlying fishing lodges. (Archie Stocker Sr.)

Haida Gwaii Masset airport receives $479,877 in funding for improvements

The Masset airport will use the grant funding for the replacement of an underground fuel tank

The first two HeliJets choppers are back at the Masset airport to transfer fishermen to the outlying fishing lodges. (Archie Stocker Sr.)
British Columbia and parts of the prairies are facing drought this summer. (The Canadian Drought Monitor)

Dry conditions on Haida Gwaii causes water restrictions

Level 1 water restrictions in place in the Village of Queen Charlotte as of May 31

British Columbia and parts of the prairies are facing drought this summer. (The Canadian Drought Monitor)
First Nations and Prince Rupert community celebrate arrival of salmon

First Nations and Prince Rupert community celebrate arrival of salmon

The North Coast Indigenous event returned for its seventh year at the Civic Centre

First Nations and Prince Rupert community celebrate arrival of salmon
Totem poles outside the Haida Heritage Centre in Skidegate (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Haida Gwaii and Bella Bella organizations receive funding for arts and culture

The Community Resilience Through Arts and Culture funded 83 organizations across B.C. this year

Totem poles outside the Haida Heritage Centre in Skidegate (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Red cedars dying in northwestern B.C. from drought

Red cedars dying in northwestern B.C. from drought

There was a 75 per cent decline in precipitation for the months of February and April

Red cedars dying in northwestern B.C. from drought