Norman Galimski, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

The Atlantic Eagle aided the adrift Champion Concept until it could be transferred to a commercial towing vessel, which is taking it to the U.S. (File photo)

Tanker stranded adrift off Haida Gwaii coast now in tow

Vessel carrying a full load of canola oil on its way to U.S.

The Atlantic Eagle aided the adrift Champion Concept until it could be transferred to a commercial towing vessel, which is taking it to the U.S. (File photo)
The Nov. 1 departure from Prince Rupert has been pushed back to Nov. 3. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Prince Rupert to Skidegate BC Ferries sailing delayed

Adverse weather conditions push departure to Nov. 3

The Nov. 1 departure from Prince Rupert has been pushed back to Nov. 3. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
BC Emergency Health Services has not announced any new changes for the community of Sandspit. (File photo)

Ambulance service changes coming to Haida Gwaii

New staffing model to be implemented in November

BC Emergency Health Services has not announced any new changes for the community of Sandspit. (File photo)
Prince Rupert resident, Jan Loroff, was the lucky winner of the Canada-wide contest. Loroff walked away with his new vehicle on Oct. 15. (Photo: Rainbow Chrysler)

Prince Rupert resident wins Sportsnet Hockey Predictor Contest

Winner drives away with new Dodge Ram in national hockey contest

Prince Rupert resident, Jan Loroff, was the lucky winner of the Canada-wide contest. Loroff walked away with his new vehicle on Oct. 15. (Photo: Rainbow Chrysler)
Taylor Bachrach, MP for Skeena-Bulkley, addressed the Rotary Club of Prince Rupert on Oct. 14.

Bachrach visits Washington D.C. to discuss salmon crisis and remedies

We need to restore the abundance and diversity of our wild stocks - Bachrach

Taylor Bachrach, MP for Skeena-Bulkley, addressed the Rotary Club of Prince Rupert on Oct. 14.
The village of Queen Charlotte will sound its tsunami siren for three minutes on Oct. 21 as part of the BC Shakeout program. (File photo)

Queen Charlotte to test tsunami siren

Emergency notification system capabilities to be explored

The village of Queen Charlotte will sound its tsunami siren for three minutes on Oct. 21 as part of the BC Shakeout program. (File photo)
Taylor Bachrach is on his way to Washington to speak to Alaskan officials. (File photo)

Taylor Bachrach heads to Washington for the future B.C. salmon

The urgency of this crisis requires immediate action — Bachrach

Taylor Bachrach is on his way to Washington to speak to Alaskan officials. (File photo)
Juanita Parnell won big with her ticket she purchased in Prince Rupert. (Facebook screenshot)

Prince Rupert resident wins $5.8 million Lotto

Lotto 6/49 winner bought ticket at West End Grocery

Juanita Parnell won big with her ticket she purchased in Prince Rupert. (Facebook screenshot)
The Northern Expedition has been delayed due to adverse weather conditions. (File photo)

Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii BC Ferries sailings delayed again

Adverse weather conditions continue to delay sailings

The Northern Expedition has been delayed due to adverse weather conditions. (File photo)
BC Ferries will release an update for the sailings at approximately 8 p.m. on Oct 18. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii sailings delayed

Schedules to be revised upon changing conditions

BC Ferries will release an update for the sailings at approximately 8 p.m. on Oct 18. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
The 62nd All Native Basketball Tournament for Feb. 2021 has been cancelled. Port Simpson Strike Force battles the Haida Gwaii team in the 2020 61st ANBT at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre in Prince Rupert. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Shooting for nothing but net with All Native Basketball Tournament return

Tournament set to begin Feb. 13, 2022, may be extended longer than a week if demand exists

The 62nd All Native Basketball Tournament for Feb. 2021 has been cancelled. Port Simpson Strike Force battles the Haida Gwaii team in the 2020 61st ANBT at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre in Prince Rupert. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
The second phase of Fish Harvesters Benefits is currently open and includes self-employed commercial and freshwater fish harvesters, Indigenous harvesters with communal commercial fishing licences designated by their communities, and sharepersons crews. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
The second phase of Fish Harvesters Benefits is currently open and includes self-employed commercial and freshwater fish harvesters, Indigenous harvesters with communal commercial fishing licences designated by their communities, and sharepersons crews. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
The Northern Adventure sails from Prince Rupert in June 2021. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Prince Rupert BC Ferry departure schedule revised

Oct. 7 sailing to Haida Gwaii will leave at 8 a.m.

The Northern Adventure sails from Prince Rupert in June 2021. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
BC Ferries announced the cancelled sailing of the The MV Kwuna from Alliford Bay due to high winds on Oct. 1. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Remaining sailings for Alliford Bay cancelled

Adverse weather conditions: high winds

BC Ferries announced the cancelled sailing of the The MV Kwuna from Alliford Bay due to high winds on Oct. 1. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)
Waves of three metres increasing to between five and seven metres are expected out at sea in the evening of Sept. 30 with waves forecasted on Oct. 1 for five to seven metres building up to between eight and 11 metres by Friday evening. (Photo: Environment Canada)

Hurricane force winds forecasted for North Coast

Prince Rupert and Haida Gwaii to expect lesser, but strong, winds

Waves of three metres increasing to between five and seven metres are expected out at sea in the evening of Sept. 30 with waves forecasted on Oct. 1 for five to seven metres building up to between eight and 11 metres by Friday evening. (Photo: Environment Canada)
A man holds a fish at Shingle Bay. (Photo courtesy Bill Rieger)

Third weekend of the Sandspits 68th Coho Derby starts

Skidegate angler walks away with top spot in week two

A man holds a fish at Shingle Bay. (Photo courtesy Bill Rieger)
Adeana Young with her husband and four children at home during election night, on Sept. 20 (Photo courtesy Adeana Young)

Truth and Reconciliation: Adeana Young

Use and implement the 94 calls to action

Adeana Young with her husband and four children at home during election night, on Sept. 20 (Photo courtesy Adeana Young)
Jim Henry was a key volunteer organizer of the annual Coho Derby for the past 20 years. (Photo: Facebook)

The 68th Annual Sandspit Coho Derby remembers Jim Henry

Good tides and great turnout continue

Jim Henry was a key volunteer organizer of the annual Coho Derby for the past 20 years. (Photo: Facebook)
Jim Henry was a key volunteer organizer of the annual Coho Derby for the past 20 years. (Photo: Facebook)

Second weekend of the Sandspit 68th Annual Coho Derby begins

Long-time volunteer and organizer will be missed

Jim Henry was a key volunteer organizer of the annual Coho Derby for the past 20 years. (Photo: Facebook)
The army unit constructing a temporary wooden bypass bridge to allow for continued access across the waterway during the construction of the new ACROW bridge. (Photo courtesy Lt.-Col. Jim Julien)

Haida Gwaii military exercises will improve access

One hundred military personnel in Masset

The army unit constructing a temporary wooden bypass bridge to allow for continued access across the waterway during the construction of the new ACROW bridge. (Photo courtesy Lt.-Col. Jim Julien)