Fairview numbers dip for the month but still well ahead of 2009's, the last drills for the Rainmakers B ball camp and Haida Gwaii's politicians come home to share the word on their success at UBCM, some of the items of note for our Friday review.
The Northern View
Fairview sees slight drop in September, but still well above 2009 numbers -- The latest throughput figures from the Port of Prince Rupert show that Fairview is still ahead of its 2009 pace (see article here)
CFTK TV 7 News
Rainmakers host last Thanksgiving B-ball Camp-- The annual Thanksgiving weekend tradition of the PRSS Basketball camp is set to make its final run this weekend (see article here) (Sahar Nassimdoost provided this report for TV 7 News)
CFTK TV 7 News
Two more candidates enter Kitimat by-election -- With the closing date for nominations one week away the total rises to four as two more candidates for a vacant Kitimat council seat add their names to the list (see article here) (TV 7 had this video report for the evening news)
Help Fill the Bank-- Terrace residents are being asked to help stock up the city's Food Bank with a one week food drive from October 24 to 20 (see article here)
Queen Charlotte gains provincial support for anti-pipeline stand -- Haida Gwaii politicians return home with details on their successful bid to gain support against the Enbridge pipeline and tanker plans (see article here)
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