Letters to the Editor
Readers respond to Tom Fletcher, questioning effectiveness of carbon tax, rate of warming and promotion of oil sands
Last week's LNG in BC conference drew hundreds of delegates from around the world for the latest update on the B.C. LNG opportunity.
The T. Buck Suzuki Foundation wrongly implied that the Prince Rupert Port Authority is "part of a scheme that could ship oil by rail".
Lax Kw’alaams members do not support the proposed construction of a pipeline or proposed refinery by Eagle Spirit Energy in our territory.
I have been closely following the debate about the LNG industry.
On behalf of Westview Terminal, we thought it would be a good time to reach out to residents in the local area.
The Province's 2004 Port Property Tax Act capped the mill rate on new heavy industry.
It seems elitist to institute an academy for a sport known to be one of the most expensive offered in our community.
I wanted to compliment the organizing committee of the 2015 Northwest Growth Conference for a job well done!
My name is Tom Spiller. I’ve lived in Dodge Cove for most of 43 years.
The trade war over who makes the steel for the renovation of the Alaska ferry terminal in Prince Rupert is a tale of two economies.
I am pleased to take an opportunity to respond to Shaun Thomas’s piece (Jobs not the focus of the NDP) in last week’s edition.
I wish to publicly praise Charles Hays Secondary School’s recent musical production, The Pirates of Penzance.
The spectacular Prince Rupert Harbour with its many communities is without question the finest harbour on the B.C. coast.
The cancellation of the bid process on the Alaska Marine Highway ferry terminal in Prince Rupert should be a major concern.
This letter is regarding Nexen Energy’s proposed Aurora LNG project for Digby Island across from Prince Rupert.
I was admitted to the Prince Rupert Regional Hospital with a life-threatening blood clot. The care I received was exceptional.
Prince Rupert’s affordable housing sector is approaching a crisis, some say we’re already there and the problem is only going to get worse.
Prince Rupert is in need of affordable housing. The new mayor's election platform was on affordable housing.
The B.C. Guide Outfitting industry and their foreign trophy hunting clients have become the subject of much controversy.
I am not usually one to defend a politician but your editorial of Nov. 26 is so shockingly wrong in so many ways that I have to respond.
Our justice system has disconnected from the real world and is spiralling out of control.
If the Northern View had returned our calls your readers would know that, providing its done right, John supports LNG development.
By now both you and your readers should be aware of Nexen Energy's proposed Aurora LNG project slated for the south end of Digby Island.
When I was in Prince Rupert two weeks ago, one thing was clear. The city had changed.