Carriers wanted for the Northern View

We have open routes for carriers all over Prince Rupert

The Northern View has open routes for newspaper carriers!

Route: #11004 1400 – 2000 Graham Ave and 1400 – 2000 Atlin Ave

Route: #11010 500 – 546 Pillsbury Ave, 1700 – 1855 Kootenay Ave, Kootenay Place and Parry Place

Route: #11012 500 – 624 Cassiar Ave and 543 – 651 Pillsbury Ave

Route: #11020 806 – 824 Smithers St, 628 – 646 Taylor St, 800 – 1145 Summit Ave and Omineca Ave

Route: #11030 914 – 1084 1st Ave W, 931 – 1069 2nd Ave W, 937 – 1062 3rd Ave W and 1402 – 1448 Park Ave

Route: #11032 100 – 539 6th W and 100 – 546 7th W

Route: #21006: 969 – 1211 7th Ave E, 902 – 1073 Hays Cove Ave, 800 – 1022 Conrad St, 1054 – 1166 10th Ave E, Claude St and Donald St.

Route: #21011 1800 – 1955 5th E, 1800 – 1943 6th E, 1800 – 1978 7th E, Jefferey St, Seal Cove Circle and 2185 – 2191 Seal Cove Rd

Route: #21021 101 – 726 11th E, Sherbrooke Ave, Alexandra Pl, Albert Ave and Brett Pl

Come by the Northern View office or email circulation@thenorthernview.com what route you are interested in with your name, address and phone number.

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