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 what route you are interested in with your name, address and phone number.

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