Monday, December 15, 2008

The Googles of December 2008

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

Dec 1-- Prince Rupert container port may assist southeast Alaska exports
Dec 2-- Pacific Trail Pipelines Seeks Expressions of Interest for Capacity in Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline
Dec 2-- Enbridge Open Houses Continue
Dec 2-- Drugs, assault and vehicle accidents keep RCMP busy
Dec 3-- North has own spill fighter
Dec 4-- BC Ferries cuts fares by 33 per cent until January, drops fuel surcharge
Dec 5-- In Winter, Northern BC is for the Birds
Dec 9-- Cruise numbers to drop by over 50,000
Dec 10-- Labour dispute threatens B.C. ports
Dec 11-- Tools to help forest industry are not all in Ottawa
Dec 11-- Falling vacancy rates push up rents across B.C.
Dec 11-- Rupert vacancy rate falls as rent rises
Dec 12-- Local food important to islanders, MLA hears
Dec 12-- MLA wants to see some federal money spent in Northern B.C.
Dec 15-- First snowfall of the season isn't all fun and games for region's unprepared motorists
Dec 15-- Geoscience BC Releases New Geochemical Results in Terrace-Prince Rupert Area
Dec 15-- State wants to take over Rupert ferry dock
Dec 15-- Strike at B.C.'s ports looming
Dec 16-- Theft from vehicles, DUI amongst crimes
Dec 17-- Premier defends decisions in Delta
Dec 17-- Minister, wildlife group to discuss bear hunt
Dec 18-- CN closing U.S. rail deal
Dec 18-- Sea levels to rise a metre, study says
Dec 18-- Port worker talks to continue Friday
Dec 18-- RCMP seeking help locating missing Port Edward woman
Dec 19-- B.C. port expansion delayed
Dec 19-- Prince Rupert’s $530 Million Port Expansion Delayed, Globe Says
Dec 19-- Port expansion delay old news, spokesperson says
Dec 19-- Northern Health bus schedule changes in January, is taking no break over holiday
Dec 20-- Club's fate depends on last-minute offer
Dec 21-- New tips in Tears cases
Dec 22-- Pacific ports endure weak economy
Dec 23-- Improvements finished along secluded B.C. highway
Dec 23-- Port delay won’t affect local container depot project, says Paszkowski
Dec 23-- Contract talks for port workers to resume next week
Dec 23-- Cold snap in B.C. linked to several deaths in past week
Dec 26-- Bypass benefit
Dec 29-- Canada to depend on Asia as economy worsens
Dec 29-- 'A moral issue'
Dec 29-- Canadian shippers need to consider contingency plans
Dec 30-- Vancouver work stoppage averted, new talks scheduled
Dec 30-- Port Talks Continue
Dec 31-- Talks extended to avert Canada ports strike
Dec 31-- IPG urging quick settlement if port strike emerges

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