Hadley and Kyli Seier deliver the newspaper as a family in Prince Rupert. Join our team, make some money and pick up a carrier route today. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Delivering the paper as a family

The Northern View is looking for newspaper carriers in Prince Rupert, join our team today

The Northern View is looking for newspaper carriers.

The Seier family started delivering papers a couple months ago so their daughter, Hadley, can save money for a shield and a bus.

Maybe you don’t want to save up for a bus, but whatever you’re saving for, new hockey skates, a trip to Vancouver, or university, here is an opportunity to get outside, get some exercise and make some money by sharing the news… literally.

Learn how you can pick up one of our open routes by contacting the newsroom today 250-624-8088.

Or CLICK HERE to reach us online.



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