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The Haisla team from Kitamaat are champions for the third straight year following a thorough win over Hazelton. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Kitamaat women complete the three-peat at All Native

Haisla team unstoppable in final as they rout Hazelton; Adelia Paul back to back MVP

The Haisla team from Kitamaat are champions for the third straight year following a thorough win over Hazelton. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The summit of Sleeping Beauty Trail outside of Queen Charlotte. (Flavien Mabit photo)

Haida Gwaii makes New York Times 52 Places list

Newspaper includes the islands on its annual list

The summit of Sleeping Beauty Trail outside of Queen Charlotte. (Flavien Mabit photo)
Micheala Marentette and Alan Moore were last known to be hiking in the Yakoun Lake Area. (Facebook photos)

UPDATE: Missing hikers found safe

Micheala Marentette and Alan Moore have been found after going missing two days ago

Micheala Marentette and Alan Moore were last known to be hiking in the Yakoun Lake Area. (Facebook photos)
Jared Meers got the scoring started with a shorthanded goal 8:12 into the game, his first goal of the year. Here, he and teammate Logan Morris keep an eye on Kitimat captain Derek Wakita. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Rampage exercise their demons

Offence goes to work as Prince Rupert scores 6-3 win to even season series with Kitimat

Jared Meers got the scoring started with a shorthanded goal 8:12 into the game, his first goal of the year. Here, he and teammate Logan Morris keep an eye on Kitimat captain Derek Wakita. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Haana Edenshaw speaks at the Vancouver climate rally, accompanied by her fellow plaintiffs and Greta Thunberg. (Robin Loznak photo)

Haida Gwaii youth joins federal climate lawsuit

Haana Edenshaw takes a leading role in the fight for a safe and clean future

Haana Edenshaw speaks at the Vancouver climate rally, accompanied by her fellow plaintiffs and Greta Thunberg. (Robin Loznak photo)
The Kitimat Orange explode in celebration as the horn sounds on the final game. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Kitimat takes the gold at Atom House hockey tournament

Kitimat Orange go unbeaten to claim championship; Kitimat Purple medal winners as well with bronze

The Kitimat Orange explode in celebration as the horn sounds on the final game. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Riley Murphy brings the puck up ice for Prince Rupert Red in a group stage game against Smithers. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert and Kitimat set for a showdown in Atom Tournament final

Rupert Red and Kitimat Orange each bring unbeaten records to Sunday’s championship game

Riley Murphy brings the puck up ice for Prince Rupert Red in a group stage game against Smithers. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The puck dropped on the Atom House Tournament on Friday night at the Civic Centre. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Pair of wins for Prince Rupert on opening day of Atom House Tournament

Kitimat grabs big win over Terrace Red in Friday finale

The puck dropped on the Atom House Tournament on Friday night at the Civic Centre. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Marisca Bakker / Smithers Interior News                                New Democrat Taylor Bachrach will be headed to Ottawa as the new MP for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley. He was declared the winner at approximately 8:30 p.m. Below: Bachrach enjoyed his win with family and friends at the Smithers Brewing Co.

Skeena-Bulkley Valley once again goes NDP

Smithers mayor Taylor Bachrach set to follow in Nathan Cullen’s footsteps

Marisca Bakker / Smithers Interior News                                New Democrat Taylor Bachrach will be headed to Ottawa as the new MP for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley. He was declared the winner at approximately 8:30 p.m. Below: Bachrach enjoyed his win with family and friends at the Smithers Brewing Co.
Taylor Bachrach will be headed to Ottawa as the new MP for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley. He was declared the winner at approximately 8:30 p.m. Bachrach ended up winning by more than 3,000 votes over Conservative candidate Claire Rattee. (Marisca Bakker / Smithers Interior News)

Skeena-Bulkley Valley once again goes NDP

Smithers mayor Taylor Bachrach set to follow in Nathan Cullen’s footsteps

Taylor Bachrach will be headed to Ottawa as the new MP for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley. He was declared the winner at approximately 8:30 p.m. Bachrach ended up winning by more than 3,000 votes over Conservative candidate Claire Rattee. (Marisca Bakker / Smithers Interior News)
Logging on Graham Island. (Archie Stocker Sr. / Haida Gwaii Observer)

Logging moves forward as court rules against Haida Gwaii protesters

Injunction won against activists seeking to protect culturally and archaeologically significant site

Logging on Graham Island. (Archie Stocker Sr. / Haida Gwaii Observer)
Cedar logs in a working cutblock at Collison Point/St’alaa Kun. (Andrew Hudson photo)

Haida artist and protesters fight to protect cedar forest in Masset, court decision looms

Robert Davidson filed an affidavit seeking to stop the cutting, while protesters form blockade

Cedar logs in a working cutblock at Collison Point/St’alaa Kun. (Andrew Hudson photo)
Humpback whales off of Gil Island. (NFB photo)

Hartley Bay documentary set to premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival

The Whale and the Raven examines the effects of tanker traffic on the rich Kitimat fjord ecosystem

Humpback whales off of Gil Island. (NFB photo)
(File photo)

Police shoot and kill aggressive dog in Prince Rupert

Police and the City said the dog posed an immediate threat toward members of the public

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(Joel Krahn / Black Press File)                                (Joel Krahn / Black Press File)

Central Coast Coho Limited Entry Demonstration Fishery set to close

All fish caught in the affected areas to undergo inspection

(Joel Krahn / Black Press File)                                (Joel Krahn / Black Press File)
The first totem pole raising in almost a century took place in Old Massett in August 1969. (NFB photo)

VIDEO: Doc on historic Haida Gwaii totem pole-raising heads to TIFF

Old Massett totem pole raising revisited in Christopher Auchter’s documentary Now Is The Time

The first totem pole raising in almost a century took place in Old Massett in August 1969. (NFB photo)
Firefighters are battling what is now a 58-hectare wildfire burning four kilometres south of Bell II, and 75 kilometres north of Meziadin Junction. (BC Wildfire Service)

Firefighting reinforcements being sent to battle blaze

Mehan Lake Fire along Highway 37 grew overnight

Firefighters are battling what is now a 58-hectare wildfire burning four kilometres south of Bell II, and 75 kilometres north of Meziadin Junction. (BC Wildfire Service)
An image of the two men during the suspicious occurrence. (RCMP photo)

RCMP hoping to identify pair of men over suspicious incident

Damage caused to a building before the duo took off in a truck

An image of the two men during the suspicious occurrence. (RCMP photo)
The Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Port employment jumps by 1,000 in two years

1.5 billion dollars worth of economic activity created in the region in 2018

The Port of Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Ray-Mont Logistics gearing up for operations at the Fairview Container Terminal. (Photo contributed by Ray-Mont Logistics)

New plastic pellet export facility to be built at Prince Rupert Port

Ray-Mont Logistics and CN Rail collaborating to improve pellet bagging efficiency

Ray-Mont Logistics gearing up for operations at the Fairview Container Terminal. (Photo contributed by Ray-Mont Logistics)