The Tour de North continues on towards Rupert, The Port embraces a green project and the latest news from the School District fill out our Tuesday roster of news items.
The Northern View
Riding with the Cops for Cancer Tour de North - Day five-- Shaun Thomas continues on with his travels with the Cops for Cancer tour de North as they make the trek across Northern BC towards Prince Rupert (see article here)
CFTK TV 7
Port of Prince Rupert is going green -- Details of a 3.6 million dollar project at the Port of Prince Rupert to provide shore power to visiting container ships and reduce the impact of those vessels on the environment (see article here) (view TV 7 report from Sahar Nassimdoost here)
CFTK TV 7
SD# 52 Enrollment down-- The tally is seventy less students attending school in SD 52 as the School District reviews its early enrolment figures (see article here)
CFTK TV 7 News
Middle School Information Session-- An information session is set for October to examine the plans to introduce a middle school and merge the city's two high schools in the 2011-12 school year. (see article here)
Sandspit committee members ousted-- A bit of political turmoil on Haida Gwaii after some changes to the line up of the Moresby Island Management Committee (see article here)
KRBD Radio Ketchikan
Farmed Geoducks sold at market for first time -- A first for Alaska fish farming, as a harvest of Geoducks goes off to market for the first time since the farming industry introduced them to the state (listen to KRBD feature here)
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