Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Googles of July 2008

Our listings of the Google Alert items that come across our mail server on a daily basis. Archived here for your viewing enjoyment. (Red are most recent additions, Blue are older items)

July 31-- Uncle Ted: Up close
July 30-- Oil Sands’ Byproduct: Dross to Gold
July 29-- BC Ferry Services claimed $61 million for insurance on sunken vessel
July 26-- Study Finds Booming Ports Industry In British Columbia
July 25-- $765 million sailing into B.C.
July 25-- Canadian official says faster imports could help Wal-Mart
July 25-- Suncor's coke solution? Ahoy, Port Alberta
July 24-- Fallen friend to spur riders
July 24-- Prince Rupert port boosts cargo, container volumes in first half
July 23-- Rupert port getting busier
July 23-- The Prince of intermodalism
July 23-- BC Ferry rates to rise again
July 23-- Officials happy with ambulance pilot project
July 23-- Envionmental filmmakers buzz Houston
July 23-- CN ready to drop Chicago track deal; would derail advantage for Memphis
July 22-- Prince Rupert RCMP respond to over 200 calls for service
July 22-- Auxiliary Constables wanted to assist local detachment
July 22-- Shoreworkers' shifts cut in worst sockeye season in 30 years
July 21-- Commercial gillnet coming to Skeena River
July 21-- Gas leak in Prince Rupert forces evacuation of dozens of homes
July 21-- Puget Sound competitor attracts second weekly containership
July 21-- Prince George To Host Yellowhead Highway Conference
July 19-- Rescuing Fantasy Island
July 19-- First, crush the 'general attitude of defeat'
July 18-- Puzzling predicament
July 18-- FER Building Solutions plans restoration for Prince Rupert’s historic CN building
July 18-- Don’t blame other ports for Halifax woes
July 18-- Upswing Potash creating a very favourable business climate in New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and Prince Rupert, B.C.
July 18-- Citizens learn about money laundering
July 17-- Commercial crab season begins in northern B.C.
July 16-- Making the community shine
July 16-- Sky's the limit for paramotoring researchers
July 15-- Claws come out as council considers cat control bylaw
July 15-- Pond pitches road
July 15-- Spirit Pole provides residents a chance to make their mark
July 15-- Lock it up or lose it, say Rupert RCMP
July 15-- Gaston to read from The Order of Good Cheer
July 14-- Elders Gathering a Boost
July 12-- Living in peril and boredom
July 12-- Gaston's parallel narratives work
July 12-- $350,000 for ferry dock work
July 11-- Theft from vehicles on the rise in Prince Rupert
July 11-- Invest more in native kids, Ottawa urged
July 10-- Falcon says the world's eyes are on Rupert
July 10-- Ocean shipping alliance to call on British Columbia port each week
July 10-- Times Are Tough In Prince Rupert In Spite Of New Port
July 9-- Too early to judge effect of new sailing, says CN
July 9-- COSCO Adds Second Ship To Prince Rupert Terminal
July 9-- CN welcomes added vessel call at Port of Prince Rupert container terminal
July 9-- Shell Faces Opposition to Canada Methane Operations, Globe Says
July 9-- Northern councils urge Shell to halt methane hunt
July 8-- Northern Expedition beginning to take shape in Europe
July 8-- First ship of new service delayed
July 8-- Council to look at a downtown curfew
July 8-- Government, Tsimshian talks well underway
July 8-- Second ship coming to Rupert
July 8-- Council passes increase to bus fares
July 8-- Spirit Pole makes a stop in Prince Rupert
July 7-- Hikers find human remains near Terrace
July 7-- Fortune Minerals Mulls Coal Slurry Pipe
July 7-- 'The Order of Good Cheer'
July 7-- Sea lice jump from prey to predator
July 7-- Canpotex Limited plans two British Columbia port terminals
July 5-- RCMP are warning people not smuggle good across the border
July 4-- Real Estate Market Cooling, More Listings, Fewer Sales
July 4-- Coast Tsimshian hopeful port talks moving ahead
July 3-- Rupert's port shipments top 10 million tonnes
July 3-- Targeting Asian traffic, Prince Rupert expands
July 2-- Prince Rupert ports had boom year
July 2-- Lax Kw'Alaams, Metlakatla Negotiating With Canada and the Prince Rupert Port Authority Over Port Expansion Issues; Separate Archaeological Table Also Underway
July 1-- Projects identified for transit funding
July 1-- Council endorses resolution against CBM development
July 1-- Construction of new residential care facility on track
July 1-- All parties thrilled with plans for potash export terminal
July 1-- Locals getting money
July 1-- 'Grow-op' nothing but tomatoes
July 1-- First Nations want pipeline review

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