Sunday, January 04, 2009

Googles of January 2009

A new year of scouring our email accounts and google alerts beckons, as we seek out items of interest to Podunkians.

Below we present our January findings, as we track the background information on the items that just may be front page news in town.

Jan 31-- Justice failed ordinary citizens
Jan 30-- Victim's lawyer slams legal system
Jan 29-- $5,000 for Games countdown week
Jan 29-- Eco groups join lawsuit to protect killer whale habitats
Jan 29-- Economy's effect at Port of Seattle could lead to wage freezes, layoffs
Jan 29-- Ferry sinking: We may never know what happened
Jan 28-- Demons cruise to opening playoff win
Jan 28-- Coast Guard fleet receives $175-million upgrade
Jan 28-- B.C. spends $375,000 to celebrate Olympic countdown
Jan 28-- Violent bus collision near Prince George
Jan 28-- British Columbia's wild coast
Jan 27-- Cullen says budget 'a missed opportunity'
Jan 27-- Haida Gwaii ferry service resumed ahead of schedule
Jan 27-- Highway to Rupert opens
Jan 27-- Date set for next round of ILWU/BCMEA negotiations
Jan 27-- Snowfall slows traffic
Jan 25-- Highway of Tears investigative force to receive more funding
Jan 25-- Long Beach Suffers Biggest Single-Year Decline In 20 Years
Jan 25-- Market Forces Pushing L.A. Container Volumes Down
Jan 24-- Deal lets native offenders face justice outside court
Jan 24-- Where even locals holiday at home
Jan 23-- In weak box market, Prince Rupert takes aim at US rivals
Jan 23-- CN Rail gets good response from investors and analysts
Jan 23-- Increased container traffic traveling through Prince Rupert
Jan 22-- Families of victims in Highway of Tears investigation to get update
Jan 22-- Boxes boost Prince Rupert
Jan 22-- Prince Rupert port sees increase in traffic
Jan 22-- Premier opens Northern Economic Summit in Prince George
Jan 22-- Port president urges east-west perspective
Jan 21-- First Nation gives thumbs down to summit
Jan 21-- Yellowhead Highway improvements complete
Jan 21-- Prince Rupert port sees moderate increase in activity
Jan 21-- BC Ferries completes $108 million loan to buy new ferry to service northern route
Jan 21-- RCMP to meet families of women missing, murdered in Highway of Tears case
Jan 20-- NHA says it’s close to getting more doctors
Jan 19-- Tough conditions loom over northern economic summit
Jan 16-- Judge to hear more arguments in ferry suit
Jan 16-- Hop on a train for breathtaking views of Canada's history and grand wilderness
Jan 15-- Success By Six in Prince Rupert
Jan 14-- Recycling trashed in global recession
Jan 13-- Realty sales fall sharply
Jan 13-- Hit and runs prompt an RCMP reminder to local drivers
Jan 13-- ILWU talks are ongoing
Jan 13-- Life without ferries on Haida Gwaii
Jan 13-- Make Prince Rupert the gateway, say Deltaport opponents
Jan 13-- B.C. highways open, close in wake of weather-related problems
Jan 12-- Several Northwest Highways Closed
Jan 12-- Energy, transport top list of infrastructure projects
Jan 11-- Ferry crewperson untrained, says lawyer
Jan 9-- Ferry crew 'had no idea' where Queen of the North was, claims family's lawyer
Jan 9-- Ferry helmswoman had 'no concept of navigation', judge told
Jan 10-- Ferry helmswoman 'had no basic concept of navigation'
Jan 8-- Siblings among new med school students
Jan 8-- JTF2 to build west coast equipment drop
Jan 8-- Family of Queen of the North victim settles lawsuit with BC Ferries
Jan 7-- Floods, mudslides and avalanches close B.C. highways
Jan 7-- Real Estate Sales Slide in '08
Jan 7-- Alaska trip planner for 50th anniversary visit
Jan 6-- Speeding down the highway in my car the other day
Jan 5-- Highway 16 Near Terrace Re-Opens
Jan 5-- Highway 16 Remains Closed Between Terrace and Rupert
Jan 5-- Avalanche threat closes Highway 16 between Terrace and Prince Rupert
Jan 2-- B.C. port workers, employers set to resume talks Saturday
Jan 1-- IPG Boss Writes Minister of Labour

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