Letters Policy:

All Point Bulletin welcomes letters to the editor.

Please include name, address and daytime telephone number for verification. Letters are limited to 450 words and may be edited or rejected for reasons of legality, length and good taste. Thank-you letters are limited to ten individuals or groups.

A fresh viewpoint on matters of general interest to local readers will increase the likelihood of publication. Writers should avoid personal invective. Unsigned letters will not be accepted for publication. Requests for withholding names will be considered on an individual basis.

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Letters
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Letters to the Edittor – December

The Editor: This letter is to express a huge amount of gratitude for all those who stopped by Clover Blossom Farm this year and to those who had flowers delivered to their homes. We appreciate … more

Letters to the Editor – November

The Editor: As a retired educator who worked in the Bellingham school district for most of my career, I have met many incredible students and families. One family stands out – a mother … more

Lettters to the Editor – September

The Editor: Yikes! The story of the cyclist collapsing in eart distress! I have lived on Cape Cod, Massachusetts since 1985, but as a teen living in Tsawwassen in the ’70s, I often rode my … more

Letters to the Editor – July

The Editor: The Point Roberts Taxpayers Association (PRTA) will be holding its annual general meeting (AGM) this month, on Thursday, July 21, at 5 p.m., at Kiniski’s Reef Tavern (outside … more

Letters to the Editor – June

The Editor and Whatcom County Council: I am a 10-year homeowner in Point Roberts and thankful to be back. The All Point Bulletin recently ran a detailed article on Whatcom County’s ongoing … more

Letters to the Editor – May

The Editor: Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Tilbury Terminal Expansion Project – risk of catastrophic explosion related to tanker traffic on the Fraser River – a warning. This … more

Letters to the Editor – April

The Editor: I am writing to pay tribute and wish a fond farewell to a wonderful friend and a true community leader, Jennifer Urquhart. Jennifer will be heading back to her Tidewater, Virginia … more

Letters To The Editor – March

The Editor: The Canadian Cancer Society deserves praise for its Dry Feb campaign: it shines light on the role that alcohol – wine, whisky, champagne, beer et al – plays in the … more

Letters to the Editor – February

The Editor and Dave Armstrong: Sorry to hear about your missing cat. I have a fabulous cat too; I would hate to have him go missing. But why do you have a collar with a bell on her? … more

Letters to the Editor – January

The Editor: Circle of Care could use a little help. Over the past year I have been ferrying people from the Point to various medical locations throughout Whatcom County. I have picked up … more

Letters to the Editor – Deceember

The Editor: Some of my first memories of attending services at Trinity Church (Icelandic Lutheran in those days) were Christmas in the 1930s. I remember the scent of fir boughs, which decorated … more

Letters to the Editor – November

The Editor and Senator Patty Murray: Allowing Canadian property owners vehicular access to Point Roberts to attend to their property should be part of your “narrow and tailored … more

Letters to the Editor – October

The Editor and our dear Point Roberts friends: Goodbye, Autumn! Thank you for all the kind words and offers of help this past two weeks. Thank you for the beautiful cards, and flowers, and … more

Letters to the Editor – September

The Editor: Primary care providers, listen up! This is something you must hear. Results from a large retrospective analysis found that over 80 percent of patients nationwide had not had … more

Letters – August 2021

The Editor: We have an issue with residents and visitors dumping garbage and trash onto our county-owned beaches and parks. We have seen several instances of people dumping onto their own … more

Letters – July 2021

The Editor: We are not a ghost town. What happens in Point Roberts, stays in Point Roberts ... and that’s sometimes a problem. We are not a ghost town, as some have suggested, but we … more

Letter – June 2021

The Editor: It saddens me to see and hear people cutting down mature trees here. This is especially the case because our community values our natural setting so much. There are many good … more

Letters – May 2021

The Editor: My name is Sheena Durflinger, I have been a resident of Point Roberts for six years and I love planning events. I moved here from Chilliwack, B.C. where I was the event planner for the … more

Letters – March 2021

The Editor: I grew up playing in the woods by Baker Field and I was saddened to see bright orange paint on the trees and cheap tchotchkes nailed to the trunks. I know that many children might … more

Letter to the Editor – February 2021

The Editor: Personally, I don’t like seeing people promote Point Roberts on social media like Facebook where mega amounts of people get an insider view of our precious community. Why do you … more
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