Kaitlyn Bailey

Old Massett Village Council received 21,000 pounds of potatoes, which they are distributing to residents on Haida Gwaii. (Photo: Christopher David Horner)

The hot potato drop hits Haida Gwaii with 20,000 lbs of spuds

A bag of potatoes will be given to each household

Old Massett Village Council received 21,000 pounds of potatoes, which they are distributing to residents on Haida Gwaii. (Photo: Christopher David Horner)
Prince Rupert basketballer, Liam McChesney, accepted an invitation to training camp being held prior to the GLOBL Fives tournament in Toronto, Basketball Canada announced on June 14. (The Northern View file photo)

Prince Rupert basketball prodigy Liam McChesney makes Team Canada

Northcoast star debuted with Team Canada in international GLOBL JAM July 5

Prince Rupert basketballer, Liam McChesney, accepted an invitation to training camp being held prior to the GLOBL Fives tournament in Toronto, Basketball Canada announced on June 14. (The Northern View file photo)
Samantha Smith, a graduate student at UNBC, will be working at the new research centre in Prince George. (Photo: supplied)

Universities, health authority open medical research centre in Prince George

Centre hopes to improve care for northerners

Samantha Smith, a graduate student at UNBC, will be working at the new research centre in Prince George. (Photo: supplied)
Robert and Reg Davidson were recognized by the Order of Canada on June 29, 2022. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey/Haida Gwaii Observer)

Haida Gwaii brothers appointed to the Order of Canada

Recognized for their artistic accomplishments and advancement of Haida culture

Robert and Reg Davidson were recognized by the Order of Canada on June 29, 2022. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey/Haida Gwaii Observer)
The Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation announced the establishment of a new Marine Protected Area in their traditional territory. (Photo: Tavish Campbell/Moonfish Media)

Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation creates their own Marine Protected Area in Great Bear Rainforest

After decades of talks with governments they couldn’t wait any longer

The Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation announced the establishment of a new Marine Protected Area in their traditional territory. (Photo: Tavish Campbell/Moonfish Media)
Coast Mountain College opened their first residence last October in Terrace. They submitted a proposal to build student housing at their Smithers and Prince Rupert campuses next. (Photo: supplied)

CMTN submits proposal to build student housing in Prince Rupert and Smithers

A new residence opened in Terrace last fall

Coast Mountain College opened their first residence last October in Terrace. They submitted a proposal to build student housing at their Smithers and Prince Rupert campuses next. (Photo: supplied)
Haida artist, Jaalen Edenshaw has designed an emoji for Twitter to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples month in June.

Twitter partners with Haida artist to celebrate Indigenous History Month

Jaalen Edenshaw’s custom emoji will appear beside hashtags for the month of June

Haida artist, Jaalen Edenshaw has designed an emoji for Twitter to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples month in June.
Coast Mountain College opened their first residence last October in Terrace. They submitted a proposal to build student housing at their Smithers and Prince Rupert campuses next. (Photo: supplied)

College seeks to build student housing in Smithers and Prince Rupert

A new residence opened in Terrace last fall

Coast Mountain College opened their first residence last October in Terrace. They submitted a proposal to build student housing at their Smithers and Prince Rupert campuses next. (Photo: supplied)
A research team aboard the J. P. Tully departs from Sydney B.C. on a deep-sea expedition June 16. (Photo: Shelton Dupreez/Fisheries and Oceans Canada)

Deep-sea expedition heads north to Haida Gwaii coast

Explore the wonder and mystery of the deep-sea firsthand through their live-stream

A research team aboard the J. P. Tully departs from Sydney B.C. on a deep-sea expedition June 16. (Photo: Shelton Dupreez/Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
Prince Rupert couple helped save over 35 laying hens during a fire in Topley on June 6, 2021. (Photo: supplied)

Prince Rupert hero couple saves chickens and vehicles from fire

The couple moved cars and released birds from burning coop

Prince Rupert couple helped save over 35 laying hens during a fire in Topley on June 6, 2021. (Photo: supplied)
DFO have announced closures and decreased daily limits on chinook salmon fishing around Canada’s North Coast. Pictured is an adult Chinook salmon swimming in Ship Creek, Anchorage. (Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

DFO closes chinook salmon fishing around Prince Rupert

Daily limits decreased for Haida Gwaii

DFO have announced closures and decreased daily limits on chinook salmon fishing around Canada’s North Coast. Pictured is an adult Chinook salmon swimming in Ship Creek, Anchorage. (Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Taylor Bachrach stands up to speak in the Chamber during Question Period on 11 February, 2022. (Photo: Bernard Thibodeau, House of Commons Photo Services)

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP disappointed HOC rejected bill addressing opioid crisis

Decriminalization is just one piece of the puzzle, Bachrach said

Taylor Bachrach stands up to speak in the Chamber during Question Period on 11 February, 2022. (Photo: Bernard Thibodeau, House of Commons Photo Services)
A rail safety report speaking to frustrations felt in the Northwest was released on June 2 and welcomed by Skeena Bulkley MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey)

Skeena Bulkley MP Bachrach welcomes release of rail safety report

Report voices frustrations felt in Northwest B.C. with increased rail traffic

A rail safety report speaking to frustrations felt in the Northwest was released on June 2 and welcomed by Skeena Bulkley MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey)
Emergency vehicles along Hwy16 between Topley and Houston at the spot where a fibre optics line was damaged, resulting in a widespread internet outage June 7. (Laura Blackwell photo)

Beaver takes down tree and Northwest B.C. phone and internet service

The service outage lasted for than eight hours in B.C.’s northwest June 7

Emergency vehicles along Hwy16 between Topley and Houston at the spot where a fibre optics line was damaged, resulting in a widespread internet outage June 7. (Laura Blackwell photo)
The DFO estimates that fewer than 22,000 chinook will return to the Skeena River this year. (Photo: Yukon News/file)

DFO closes Skeena watershed to chinook salmon fishing

Fewer than 22,000 chinook salmon are expected to return, less than one-fifth of historical levels

The DFO estimates that fewer than 22,000 chinook will return to the Skeena River this year. (Photo: Yukon News/file)
A rail safety report speaking to frustrations felt in the Northwest was released on June 2 and welcomed by Skeena Bulkley MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey/The Northern View)

Skeena Bulkley MP Bachrach welcomes release of rail safety report

Report voices frustrations felt in Northwest B.C. with increased rail traffic

A rail safety report speaking to frustrations felt in the Northwest was released on June 2 and welcomed by Skeena Bulkley MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo: Kaitlyn Bailey/The Northern View)
A solar panel farm project for Haida Gwaii received more than $3 million in federal funding through the CleanBC Communities Fund, the B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy announced on May 27. Solar panels can be seen on the school grounds on Lasqueti Island, B.C. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)

More than $3 million received by Haida Gwaii solar energy farm

Construction may begin in July

A solar panel farm project for Haida Gwaii received more than $3 million in federal funding through the CleanBC Communities Fund, the B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy announced on May 27. Solar panels can be seen on the school grounds on Lasqueti Island, B.C. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)
New regulations will impact moose hunting in the Peace region, among other changes. (File photo)

Regulation changes drastically impact moose hunting in B.C.’s northeast

Changes will support reconciliation and improve habitat conservation, says ministry

New regulations will impact moose hunting in the Peace region, among other changes. (File photo)
New regulations will impact moose hunting in the Peace region, among other changes. (File photo)

Regulation changes drastically impact moose hunting in B.C.’s northeast

Changes will support reconciliation and improve habitat conservation, says ministry

New regulations will impact moose hunting in the Peace region, among other changes. (File photo)
The Village of Queen Charlotte offices. (Haida Gwaii Observer file photo)

Village of Queen Charlotte votes to restore ancestral Haida name

“Maybe this will start spreading east and more communities will look at doing what we’re doing”

The Village of Queen Charlotte offices. (Haida Gwaii Observer file photo)