Top Comments: On commute times and bus to Terrace

Online opinions from our readers on Prince Rupert news

Re: Average commute 11.4 minutes

“I’ve got that beat from Dodge Cove!”

Matt Anderson

“Takes about three minutes if I hit the lights right. It’s nice to have that luxury.”

Karen Hastings Parker

“For 23 years I walked to work and back every day, rain, snow, sleet, enjoyed every minute of it.”

Cliff Warburton

Re: $5 twice-a-week bus to Terrace

“Going to need a bigger vehicle. There’s going to be a lot of people making use of this.”

Roberta Barker

“This is amazing. Great job Friendship House. Excellent business opportunity!”

Krysta Maja Ostrom

Re: Report on Nathan E Stewart spill

“It only takes one error, one miscalculation.”

Deanna Peterson

“Should be mandatory for two people to be on watch. Especially vessels transporting dangerous cargo.”

Tyler Main

Re: 5,400 new jobs expected at the port

“Port Edward is honoured to be in support of all this environmental safe developments in our region.

We waited along time for prosperity and an economic boost. Way to go (Prince Rupert Port Authority) PRPA and all levels of governments for the great support.”

James W. Brown

“Great news time for the Diaspora to end.”

Andrew Haigh

“Would be nice if the Rupert resident’s are give priority in hiring.”

Marilyn Little



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