Sunday, August 24, 2008

Googles of August 2008

Yikes, the in-box is chock a block full of urgent advisories of items of a Podunkian nature, we'll catalogue them here as we read them.

So without further ado, here are the Google Alerts for August. (Red are most recent additions, Blue are older items)

August 31-- Living to serve the community
August 31-- To Alaska and back via ship
August 30-- Reining in earth's enemy number one
August 30-- Palin at odds with Canada on Arctic refuge drilling
August 29-- Northern Health Confirms Potentially Contaminated Meat May Have Been Served in NW
August 29-- Mexico to build port in Baja to serve U.S.
August 28-- The real motives behind CN's plan
August 27-- Prince Rupert residents question contract given to city manager's wife
August 27-- Port Of Prince Rupert Eyed by Shippers
August 27-- MOU with Chinese Logistics Federation Detailed
August 26-- Fire hits a west side house
August 26-- Crime stats show many 10-year highs in Prince Rupert
August 26-- Schools will be maintained while a buyer is sought
August 26-- Firm chooses Galesburg for its distribution center
August 24-- Seattle Officials See Canadian Ports As Competitive Threat
August 23-- Port opponents doubt impact of gov't report
August 22-- Out of Gas
August 21-- The KTM Summer of Adventure - 18: Prince Rupert to Port Hardy, BC
August 21-- Contract within city's authority, says mayor
August 21-- B.C colleges try to address skills shortages
August 21-- Haida heritage explored in the Queen Charlottes
August 20-- Community forum focuses on harbor development
August 20-- Tours explore Great Bear Rainforest
August 20-- Walking for Justice
August 20-- A clarion call for revival
August 19-- Royal Caribbean confirms ship’s departure
August 19-- Conference to highlight Rupert port opportunities
August 19-- Rampage Preps for Ice Time
August 19-- Poor fishing season disastrous for Prince Rupert - Thorkelson
August 18-- Canoes Welcomed at Kitamaat
August 17-- Deltaport streamlines intermodal traffic
August 17-- Cruising by ferry offers relaxing way to see Alaska
August 15-- 'Best job in the world'
August 15-- Lots of money thrown to the wind, very little to show for it...
August 15-- Walters induction and round 1 at the CN Women's Open
August 14-- Major projects inventory includes northern B.C.
August 12-- Small harbours to be upgraded
August 12-- Training Still Available
August 12-- Vancouver one of Canada's greenest cities
August 12-- Owner Of Airport Land Speaks Out
August 12-- Monster trains coming down the tracks?
August 11-- Major U.S. franchise eyes Rupert for expansion
August 11-- Fish harvester fined for illegal possession of Northern Abalone
August 10-- Two worlds, one novel
August 9-- AMHS schedule
August 9-- RCMP prepares to take on warring gangs
August 8-- Five teenagers now charged in beating death in Manitoba's Interlake
August 8-- Ten dead in five days
August 7-- Emissions cuts can boost business, CEO says
August 7-- Police identify four victims in northern B.C. helicopter crash
August 7-- Fortune Minerals announces updated feasibility study for Mount Klappan anthracite coal project
August 7-- Three miners, pilot dead in helicopter crash
August 6-- Chopper crash kills four near Prince Rupert
August 6-- Four dead after B.C. helicopter crash
August 6-- City man was victim of fatal beating in Gimli
August 6-- North Coast sockeye limit doubled
August 6-- New helicopter will increase medevac service in Southeast
August 5-- Highway Closure Thursday
August 5-- Driver, passenger injured in weekend accident
August 5-- Rupert CIHL team a go for 2008/2009 season
August 5-- Funding for improvements to small craft harbours throughout British Columbia
August 2-- There is no oil shortage
August 1-- Ferry rates rise again
August 1-- Bomb threat forces evacuation of Prince Rupert fish plants
August 1-- Guardian Flight bases new helicopter in Ketchikan

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