Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Googles of February 2009

We continue to highlight those google alerts that we receive at Podunkian central, missives received that focus in on Prince Rupert and the North coast.

Feb 28-- CanSpell spelling bee champion
Feb 28-- Hazelton, B.C., resident unearths WWI artillery
Feb 26-- School board names Acting Superintendent
Feb 26-- Start of Environmental Assessment for Fairview expansion nearing
Feb 26-- Rio Tinto holds local contractors forum on smelter project
Feb 26-- Questions raised over conflicts
Feb 24-- $4 million provided for Aboriginal employment
Feb 23-- Strange Bedfellows
Feb 23-- ON THE WATERFRONT: Port offers incentives for rail use
Feb 23-- Slowdown puts a hold on Rupert expansion
Feb 20-- New Board appointments - British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.
Feb 19-- Prince Rupert Superintendent leaving 'effective immediately'
Feb 19-- Employment opportunities for Aboriginal communities
Feb 19-- Medical Health Officers Support Safe Injection Sites
Feb 17-- B.C. Longshoremen Reach Tentative Contract
Feb 18-- Mayor says Prince Rupert Fire Hall, RCMP detachment may need replacing
Feb 17-- Throne speech commits to pursuing Prince Rupert port development
Feb 16-- Spellers to converge on Prince George
Feb 16-- Premier Gordon Campbell's pre-election plans for B.C.
Feb 16-- Tentative deal averts strike at B.C. ports
Feb 15-- B.C. ship and dock foremen reach tentative agreement
Feb 15-- Hop on a boat to experience Western Canada's finest scenery by the sea
Feb 13-- $7.9 million for PRSS seismic upgrades
Feb 13-- Talks with port foremen continue
Feb 13-- These Women Are Not Forgotten
Feb 12-- Gastro Illness Cropping Up Across Northwest
Feb 9-- Rangers brave the North for training
Feb 9-- An insider's guide to road, rail and cruise holidays
Feb 8-- Debt of Olympic proportions
Feb 8-- Prince Rupert Poised To Make Big Dent In West Coast Volumes
Feb 7-- B.C. communities to celebrate countdown to Olympics
Feb 6-- New parents, 60, ecstatic
Feb 6-- Government of Canada provides training and Job opportunities for Aboriginal people
Feb 5-- Mayor updates city's financial status and proposed projects list
Feb 5-- Strike fears wane at city's Port
Feb 5-- B.C. teachers will administer controversial test
Feb 3-- Ambassadors now at airport
Feb 3-- Artists told to vacate carving shed to allow renovations
Feb 3-- Cruise cutbacks shouldn't hurt B.C. tourism: Experts
Feb 3-- Attorney general appoints Prince George and regional lawyers as Queen's counsel
Feb 2-- It's obscene that our courts are now too costly for us to use

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