Sunday, May 04, 2008

Googles of May 2008

Our listings of the Google Alert items that come across our mail server on a daily basis. Archived here for your viewing enjoyment.

May 31-- Presidential hopeful no threat to Port
May 31-- After fires and floods, Prince George sees nowhere to go but up
May 30-- America weighs in on the future of Prince Rupert super-port
May 30-- Where the wild things roam
May 30-- It's not the government's job to pay for forestry mills
May 30-- Courier's first publisher led varied life
May 29-- UNBC Grad Ceremonies Start Tomorrow
May 28-- New Nisga'a home
May 28-- CIHL notes Rupert team far from guaranteed
May 28-- Minister upset with Chinese over Rupert mill inactivity
May 27-- VIA Rail plans to hike rates
May 27-- Ridley Terminals makes major changes to management
May 27-- Ridley Terminals shakeup brings changes at top
May 26-- Alaska Ferries dock re-opened, repairs still needed
May 23-- CN notes intermodal business boost from ongoing container train service
May 23-- Halifax eyes link to Memphis
May 22-- Draft budget shows extent of educational cuts in Prince Rupert
May 22-- Bear collides with vehicle
May 22-- CN's Prince Rupert-U.S. Midwest Container Trains Showing Solid Performance
May 22-- B.C. port's ship may have come in
May 21-- Prince Rupert terminal starting to make waves
May 21-- CIHL welcomes new prez, team
May 21-- Lack of licence prolongs suffering for animals
May 21-- Forestry Roundtable Need to Take Long Look at Mackenzie
May 21-- Tree planting season reminder of missing people
May 21-- Area shines in online spotlight
May 21-- Skilled people working on Tears cases
May 21-- Indie rocker looks back to a murder
May 21-- Canadian potash firms plot expansion
May 21-- Prince Rupert casts a wary eye on Chicago
May 20-- Skating Around the Tanker Issue
May 17-- Great food at the end of the line
May 16-- Ferries cancels four sailings from Port Hardy
May 16-- Tracking the Queen of the North Sea Disaster: What Went Wrong
May 16-- Liberals could lose office over tax, councillor says
May 15-- Prince Rupert RCMP seize drugs from business and residence
May 14-- Women take earnings hit
May 14-- Making sense of life
May 13-- Prince Rupert district must cut $1 million in staff costs
May 13-- Canada: B.C. Supreme Court Dismisses Aboriginal Claim For Right To Commercial Fishery Near Prince Rupert
May 12-- Council revists tax rate, reduces increase
May 10-- To stop the violence
May 9-- Go to the River Kalum
May 7-- Coast Guard says fuel no longer leaking from barge
May 7-- Prince Rupert diesel fuel leak patched
May 7-- House prices rising, but still relatively low
May 7-- Northwest trail could be ecotourism hot spot
May 7-- Median incomes plummet in North
May 6-- Logging barge run aground now stabilized
May 6-- Prince Rupert retail development put on the shelf
May 6-- Where the wild things roam
May 6-- Rich past envelops Haida Gwaii
May 6-- South African family wins right to stay in Canada
May 5-- Mining Week in British Columbia… Projects, People and Power
May 4--Smaller-scale sailing through the Northwest and Alaska
May 4--Wild, handled with care
May 3--Five courses up the Inside Passage
May 1--Prince Rupert median income sees double digit drop
May 1--New Port in BC may pose threat

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