Editorials

When did you last sit and read a newspaper? National Newspaper Week is Oct. 1-7. (Wiki Commons)

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
When did you last sit and read a newspaper? National Newspaper Week is Oct. 1-7. (Wiki Commons)
Hand in hand, Kathy Murphy (left) and Gail Bennett (right) are determined to finish their 10k side by side at The Northern View Cannery Road Race 2019.

COCULLO: Run like a Rupertite

The running community in Prince Rupert is something special

Hand in hand, Kathy Murphy (left) and Gail Bennett (right) are determined to finish their 10k side by side at The Northern View Cannery Road Race 2019.
(stock photo Pixabay)

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

(stock photo Pixabay)
Port Edward was faced with a moral dilemma at Tuesday’s council meeting when a resident requested financial support to help spay, neuter, and nurse three cats in a colony of 20. (Courtesy photo)
Port Edward was faced with a moral dilemma at Tuesday’s council meeting when a resident requested financial support to help spay, neuter, and nurse three cats in a colony of 20. (Courtesy photo)
(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

COCULLO: TBT (think before you type)

Social media is ruining thoughtful public discourse

(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
The North Saanich by–election is being held to elect a Councillor. Eight candidates are battling it out to be elected. (Black Press File)

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

The North Saanich by–election is being held to elect a Councillor. Eight candidates are battling it out to be elected. (Black Press File)
Cowichan company GreenCoast Electric’s installation of 64 solar panels on the roof of the main building at a North Island resort will help the operators greatly reduce their dependence on hydro electricity.

COCULLO: Let’s Redesign Rupert, sustainably

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

Cowichan company GreenCoast Electric’s installation of 64 solar panels on the roof of the main building at a North Island resort will help the operators greatly reduce their dependence on hydro electricity.
PRFC women won their third tournament in a row at the Haisla Annual Soccer Tournament 2019 in Kitimat. (Gerry Leibel / The Northern Sentinel)

COCULLO: Let the girls play

Women in sports are sitting on the sideline

PRFC women won their third tournament in a row at the Haisla Annual Soccer Tournament 2019 in Kitimat. (Gerry Leibel / The Northern Sentinel)
COCULLO: Prince Rupert, more stop signs won’t kill you

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: Prince Rupert, more stop signs won’t kill you
Charles Hays Secondary School. (Shannon Lough/Northern View File)
Charles Hays Secondary School. (Shannon Lough/Northern View File)
(Stock photo)

COCULLO: Permanent residents deserve permanent voting rights

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

(Stock photo)
Janess Iverson, Bill Parmar and Steve Weir perform work on Parmar’s bike to make sure it is ready for the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

IN OUR OPINION: Support Team Prince Rupert

This will be the 11th year of the ride which should pass the $100 million mark in funds raised

  • Jun 27, 2019
Janess Iverson, Bill Parmar and Steve Weir perform work on Parmar’s bike to make sure it is ready for the upcoming Ride to Conquer Cancer. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
(Geoffrey Yue photo)

In Our Opinion: National Indigenous Day, could it not be a statutory holiday?

National Indigenous Peoples Day held June 21, coincides with the longest day of the year

  • Jun 21, 2019
(Geoffrey Yue photo)
Tanny and Hanny the goats outside the Moby Dick Inn, in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Tanny and Hanny the goats outside the Moby Dick Inn, in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

In Our Opinion: Enough of the reports, make a decision

Prince Rupert council to review the city’s livestock bylaw after urban goats caused a stir

  • Jun 13, 2019
Tanny and Hanny the goats outside the Moby Dick Inn, in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)                                Tanny and Hanny the goats outside the Moby Dick Inn, in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
The goats, Tanny and Hanny, living at the Moby Dick Inn will be given the boot by the city on Sunday, June 9 because of a no livestock bylaw. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

In Our Opinion: Baaad bylaw

Decades old Prince Rupert bylaw is in need of a refresher

  • Jun 6, 2019
The goats, Tanny and Hanny, living at the Moby Dick Inn will be given the boot by the city on Sunday, June 9 because of a no livestock bylaw. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Welcome to town Alex! (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

COLUMN: It’s good to be home in B.C.

Hello Prince Rupert, my name is Alexander Kurial and I’m the new sports reporter at the Northern View

Welcome to town Alex! (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
The Northern View welcomes its newest member, Jenna Cocullo, to the team. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Hello Beautiful B.C.

Hi my name is Jenna Cocullo and I am the new general reporter for the Northern View

The Northern View welcomes its newest member, Jenna Cocullo, to the team. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
An aerial shot of the AltaGas propane terminal construction on Ridley Island last June. (Submitted)

In Our Opinion: Propane, making small first steps

LNG was too big for Prince Rupert, but LPG seems to be moving along on the North Coast

  • May 30, 2019
An aerial shot of the AltaGas propane terminal construction on Ridley Island last June. (Submitted)
Phase II for Redesign Rupert is full of promise. (Northern View file photo)

In Our Opinion: Redesign Rupert, the superheroes

Strength in numbers, DP World, Port of Prince Rupert, Ray-Mont and RTI join revitalization project

  • May 23, 2019
Phase II for Redesign Rupert is full of promise. (Northern View file photo)
Why we urgently need an independent commission to implement a new system of fishing licensing on the West Coast

Why we urgently need an independent commission to implement a new system of fishing licensing on the West Coast

Parliament is realizing that what’s good for the East Coast would be good for the West Coast too

  • May 23, 2019
Why we urgently need an independent commission to implement a new system of fishing licensing on the West Coast