Editorials

IN OUR OPINION: Redesign the City of Prince Rupert

City gives Special Events Society and Arts Council the boot

  • Dec 12, 2019

COCULLO: What do you want Port Ed?

The District of Port Edward’s council meeting turned into the unwelcoming committee…

HAMILTON: Lies, damned lies and statistics

Out-of-towners get Prince Rupert wrong again

IN OUR OPINION: It’s Christmas all year round in Giving Prince Rupert

Rupertites already know what a supportive community we have but that deserves some reiterating

In Our Opinion: Wat-er you going to do about it?

Prince Rupert’s “water worse than Flint” sensationalized comparison

  • Nov 6, 2019
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HAMILTON: Something was wrong — really wrong, but there is hope

Hamilton shares a defining moment in his life for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

COCULLO: Newspapers go beyond the soundbite

Why #newspapersmatter to me #nowmorethanever

EDITORIAL: Is researched, reasoned journalism the next endangered species?

#Newspapersmatter now more than ever: “In print that privacy is yours to keep”

  • Oct 8, 2019

COCULLO: Run like a Rupertite

The running community in Prince Rupert is something special

COCULLO: Mental illness is not the new normal

With back to school, its time to deal with mental health again. Believe kids who are struggling

COCULLO: TBT (think before you type)

Social media is ruining thoughtful public discourse

COCULLO: “What does it matter if the NDP always win the riding?” Here’s why it matters.

With all the candidates for the Skeena-Bulkley riding announced, lets start paying attention

COCULLO: Let’s Redesign Rupert, sustainably

With our plan to reimagine the city, let’s reimagine one with no carbon footprint

COCULLO: Let the girls play

Women in sports are sitting on the sideline

COCULLO: Prince Rupert, more stop signs won’t kill you

Believe it or not, what irks me about driving in the city is not the potholes

COCULLO: Permanent residents deserve permanent voting rights

Permanent residents have to wait years before becoming citizens and participate in democracy