Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Googles of July 2009

We continue on with our relay of the links for those newsworthy items that magically appear on our email account...

July 31-- Wild at Heart
July 30-- North South Transportation Corridor Keeps on Trucking
July 29-- What kind of Ferry system do you want
July 29-- Let's Exercise
July 29-- Cool Alaska Jobs sound great, but Lund not envious
July 28-- Truck written off after crashing near Priestly Hill
July 28-- Energy Olympics
July 28-- Maureen Bader: Feds should eliminate Western Economic Diversification slush fund
July 26-- More firms expected to bid on ports as deadline nears
July 25-- Aboriginal director shoots sci-fi film in Tsilhqot'in language
July 24-- More Passport Visits
July 22-- Via Rail strike possibility worries tourism operators
July 22-- Reel Youth, Real Jobs
July 21-- Fork it out for a great cause…
July 21-- Discovering some Rupert websites might be blocked off
July 21-- City looking to its neighbours for support for Highway of Tears anti-hitchhiking billboard
July 21-- New faces bring new goals and plans to Chances dining
July 20-- After huge infrastructure investment, Prince Rupert's ship finally comes in
July 20-- Canadian National Railway Company Q2 2009 Earnings
July 17-- Mobile Passport Office Visits the Northwest
July 17-- New Airport Boss Happy To Be Here
July 16-- BC Ferries considering Vancouver to Port Hardy service
July 16-- Woman to swim length of Skeena River
July 15-- Water polo player hopes to become first person to swim entire Skeena River
July 14-- Family, friends searching for Michael
July 14-- City meeting with youth to add kid’s page to web presence
July 14-- Woman charged with manslaughter gets two week extension
July 14-- Hecate Strait celebrates partnership with St. John’s
July 13-- Passport Canada Mobile Passport Unit in Prince Rupert, Terrace and Kitimat
July 10-- Radio pioneer a force in the community
July 9-- Power problems speed up time in B. C.
July 9-- Weekly Report from MP Jay Hill
July 8-- Friendship House launches program for at risk youth
July 8-- Canada port eyes pot of gold at end of downturn
July 7-- Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride
July 7-- Property sales fall by almost 50 per cent in first six months
July 6- The people versus the machine
July 6-- Life Skills Funding for Prince Rupert
July 6-- New Youth Inclusion Program Launched in Prince Rupert
July 3- Government of Canada supports Prince Rupert Women's Project
July 2-- Ripley's game
July 1-- Organizers starting to plan for annual Cannery Road Race
July 1-- Seeing repeat success for a new travel media promotion-0

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