As an elected representative for the commercial fishing fleet, I want to caution the public not to accept a whitewash of this situation.
I want to back-up Danny Leighton's letter to the editor with regards to him asking his people of the community of Metlakatla to stand up.
The city's plan to expand Prince Rupert's municipal boundaries is just another land grab.
We have seven councillors at city hall. In the last election there were more than seven running for the position.
I wish to congratulate you all for the extensive article in the May 29 issue of the newspaper, B.C.'s new coal harbour.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to Carrie Coley, Bonnie Corey, the Skeena River Relay committee, and the dozens of volunteers.
I moved my family here in 2011 and the one thing we found most fascinating is the mural on McBride Street.
Jennifer Rice's landslide victory in the recent election not only gives Prince Rupert an excellent MLA.
Now that Ms. Rice has won a seat in the legislature, her focus should be the North Coast riding only.
Despite having been elected with the majority of the vote, no one voice is able to please everyone.
Recently I was in Kitimat for church business and, having some time to spare, I made my way to the City Centre Mall.
My congratulations to the BC Liberal Party, but more importantly to the BC Liberal voters.
Following the City of Prince Rupert's public meeting on Wed., May 8, I would like to make my following comments.
On May 8 at the civic centre, city council held a meeting concerning the budgetary problems facing Prince Rupert.
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I have been a police officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the last eight years.
I find Todd Hamilton's recent attack ads on Jennifer Rice, disguised as editorials, offensive.
I have used the library on a weekly basis since moving to Prince Rupert in 1987.
My colleague Nathan Cullen was recently quoted in these pages questioning the intended sale of Ridley Terminals.
Mr. Black's proposal fit nicely with the Right Honourable Stephen's plan to keep Canadians in their traditional 'place' in the world.
Now we have Jim Shepard promoting the Liberal pipe-dream of the Kitimat Oil Refinery concept to refine Northern Gateway Pipeline product.
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