Thursday, May 07, 2009

Googles of May 2009

We continue on with our relay of the links for those newsworthy items that magically appear on our email account...

May 29-- Aboriginal group walking to Pickton farm, and then to Prince Rupert to highlight missing women
May 28-- Fairview Terminal Phase II Expansion Project - Availability of $100,000 to Participate in the Environmental Assessment
May 28-- The Ridley Terminals debate: Privatization still the best option
May 28-- Literacy policy passed at provincial commerce meeting
May 27-- Pace of job loss in Prince Rupert lowest in Western Canada
May 27-- Getting a sense of how things work upon arrival in China
May 27-- Homecoming organizers open office for centennial event
May 26-- Local accepted to Performing Arts college
May 26-- Ridley reducing operating hours
May 26-- Fairview Terminal Phase II Expansion Project -
May 26-- Border closure could 'devastate' economy
May 25-- Council Approves Community Garden
May 23-- Chamber speaks to challenges
May 22-- Pond disappointed, but moving on
May 22-- 'Ksan Village a regional jewel
May 21-- Prince Rupert GM dealership not amongst those being closed
May 21-- Time for feds to take stand on Ridley Terminal's direction
May 20-- Jay Hill is trying to protect Northeast Coal
May 20-- Prince Rupert hosts BC Chamber of Commerce AGM
May 20-- Western Coal to buyout Cambrian
May 20-- Mayor's farm heavily damaged by Bulkley River flooding
May 20-- Sale of bloated BC Rail relieved taxpayers of financial burden
May 19-- Addressing full landfill concerns
May 18-- Prince Rupert Has Not Escaped Impact of the Global Recession
May 18-- New adventures in Prince Rupert
May 15-- Fort Mac man killed by train
May 15-- CN promises Alberta heavy oil producers billions in savings.
May 15-- Alberta man identified as victim of train accident in Prince George, B.C.
May 14-- Coal lets down Prince Rupert
May 13-- Tanker cars could replace pipelines, says CN
May 13-- Our neighbor to the north: Welcome to Canada
May 12-- Prince Rupert Placings
May 12-- Northern Adventure to Resume Service
May 11-- Candidates in northwest riding face unique challenges
May 10-- Swine flu suspected in crew member on cruise ship
May 10-- Mechanical problem docks Queen Charlotte Islands ferry
May 8-- Ferry could remain on ocean floor
May 8-- Prince Rupert steers for the horizon
May 6-- Campbell takes aim at NDP in north
May 6-- Job creation tops agendas of B.C. Liberals and NDP
May 6-- Riding the rails from Jasper to Prince Rupert
May 6-- Port buoys Liberal hopes in B.C.'s northwest
May 6-- Campbell touts container port recovery
May 5-- RCMP continue to crack down on breach and DUI crimes
May 5-- City told to keep Sunday opening
May 4-- Containers up, coal down at Port of Prince Rupert
May 4-- Prince Rupert Tonnage Falls 24.5 Percent
May 1-- Tanker traffic, offshore oil major issues in North Coast riding

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