Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Googles of November 2008

From our inbox to your computer screen, the urgent missives we have received through the month of November on our Google Alerts...

November 30-- Ship cargo volume slumping at West Coast ports
November 28-- Slides Typical for B.C.
November 28-- Days before Hwy. 16 reopened fully after slide
November 27-- Rogers cell coverage now stretches to Prince Rupert
November 27-- It's full steam ahead for Port of Vancouver expansion
November 27-- Highway 16 Closed West of Kitwanga
November 27-- Family's legacy is retold in book
November 26-- Willow Creek coal mine mothballed
November 26-- When 'The Great Influenza' Shut Down Ketchikan
November 26-- Concerns raised over fate of Stewart hospital
November 25-- Could Rupert container port boost AK exports?
November 25-- Stimulus, when consumers are wary
November 24-- NaiKun Wind Energy submits offshore wind project Into BC Hydro Clean Power Call
November 18-- Forest products flow to Asia
November 18-- First Nations look to China for business opportunities
November 18-- Four incumbent trustees returning
November 18-- More mobile
November 16-- Ferry schedule changes affect city
November 16-- Mayors Elected In Region
November 12-- Northwest in for bumpy ride?
November 11-- City revising budget, drawing from reserves
November 11-- Cullen says he‘d back access project
November 10-- Aboriginal Trade Mission Promotes Canada's Pacific Gateway
November 8-- Rupert trustee candidates answer teacher questions
November 7-- Leeson reelected as Nisga'a president
November 7-- Gloves off as West Coast ports battle for business
November 6-- Rural schools await funding in B.C. revitalization plan
November 6-- Prince Rupert candidates face off at all candidates forum
November 5-- Port of Prince Rupert tonnage steady
November 5-- MOLYBDENUM STUDY: Kitsault PEA received
November 5-- Is the premier playing favourites?
November 5-- Prince Rupert optimistic
November 4-- Coons says L.A. plan shows Fairview is a real competitor
November 4-- Question the candidates at upcoming forums
November 4-- Intoxicated persons the top reason for RCMP service calls
November 4-- City re-affirms commitment to billboard
November 4-- Prince Rupert port attracts growing share of Asia trade
November 4-- Difficult chapter in B.C. history ends with return of seized aboriginal lands
November 4-- A sector that holds more than its own
November 3-- Avanti Mining Receives Positive Preliminary Economic Assessment on Kitsault
November 3-- Pumping offshore oil and gas
November 3-- Fee charged, recycling service not provided
November 3-- Shifting Seas: Commercial sockeye salmon fishing at rock bottom

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