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Respiratory Therapist Curtis Cheslock being immunized by Nurse Immunizer Jacque Wilkinson (MMH Med-Surg Unit Manager). NH photo

Terrace administers its first COVID-19 vaccines

Fern Enlow (95) and Chester Haizimsque (77) were the first two of 20 residents vaccinated at Terraceview Lodge with the Moderna vaccine

Respiratory Therapist Curtis Cheslock being immunized by Nurse Immunizer Jacque Wilkinson (MMH Med-Surg Unit Manager). NH photo
While Southern B.C. veterans and active military will receive free trips on Remembrance Day, North Coast seniors, vets, cadets and active military will have to pay. (Northern View file photo)

BC Ferries snubs North Coast veterans, seniors and active duty military

Complimentary Remembrance Day ferry rides for southern routes only

While Southern B.C. veterans and active military will receive free trips on Remembrance Day, North Coast seniors, vets, cadets and active military will have to pay. (Northern View file photo)
Dr. Marius Pienaar posted on social media that Prince Rupert has its first presumptive case of COVID-19. Doctors of B.C. photo                                Dr. Marius Pienaar posted on social media that Prince Rupert has its first presumptive case of COVID-19. Doctors of B.C. photo

UPDATE: First presumptive case of COVID-19 in Prince Rupert

Doctor says it was a visitor, Northern Health won’t confirm

Dr. Marius Pienaar posted on social media that Prince Rupert has its first presumptive case of COVID-19. Doctors of B.C. photo                                Dr. Marius Pienaar posted on social media that Prince Rupert has its first presumptive case of COVID-19. Doctors of B.C. photo
Five rescued from sinking boat west of Naden Harbour

Five rescued from sinking boat west of Naden Harbour

Masset Marine Rescue deploys fast-response vessel Tagwaal

Five rescued from sinking boat west of Naden Harbour
Rainbow Yarnbombing takes over

Rainbow Yarnbombing takes over

Haida Gwaii Knitting Group surprise the islands

Rainbow Yarnbombing takes over
Northern Health photo                                John and his dog Pipyr enjoying a visit to one of the local beaches in Masset.

I came for … and I stayed because … with John Short

John Short, site manager for the Northern Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre in Masset came for a short time but has now been on Haida Gwaii for more than a decade.

Northern Health photo                                John and his dog Pipyr enjoying a visit to one of the local beaches in Masset.
A Varied thrush was spotted on the annual Breeding Bird Survey.

On the Wing : Singing Birds, Bears and Muddy Roads

Sandhill Crane chicks have hatched; tiny, golden birds run around their parent’s ankles as they feed

A Varied thrush was spotted on the annual Breeding Bird Survey.
Former Prince Rupert mayor Herb Pond has won the B.C. Liberal North Coast riding nomination

Herb Pond wins B.C. Liberal North Coast nomination

Former Prince Rupert Mayor defeats Rodney Proskiw to take on NDP incumbent Jennifer Rice

Former Prince Rupert mayor Herb Pond has won the B.C. Liberal North Coast riding nomination
Residents take turns using the OnIt Ability Board

Adapted recreation: making the inaccessible accessible

Islanders are learning to use a trail-adapted wheelchair and a wheelchair-ready paddleboard thanks to the Borserio family and supporters.

Residents take turns using the OnIt Ability Board
With shelves bare and everything remaining up for sale

Sam and Shirley say goodbye to Haida Gwaii

After 26 years running Sam & Shirley's Grocery, the Leungs are getting ready to leave Haida Gwaii for Hong Kong.

With shelves bare and everything remaining up for sale

Fines to increase for passing school buses

The B.C. government is preparing to increase penalties for drivers who pass school buses while children get on and off.

RCMP release quarterly reports

Haida Gwaii RCMP release quarterly reports to village councils.

Cullen frustrated with tanker ban progress

Nathan Cullen says the new Liberal government isn’t doing enough to formalize its intentions on the oil-taker ban

Peter Lantin re-elected CHN president

Appeal of results prompted by close race declared invalid

B.C. Premier Christy Clark spends some time with the children at Chief Matthews Elementary in Old Massett

Partnership pushes school expansion forward

Premier Christy Clark announces feasibility study to co-pay for Chief Matthews Elementary project with federal government.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark spends some time with the children at Chief Matthews Elementary in Old Massett

Federal government sues former head of Haida Dental Project

Attorney General alleges Dr. Zed and UBC fraudulently misused millions for personal use