Monday, August 24, 2009

Googles of August 2009

We continue to surf through our Podunkian in box, determined to find those passing mentions of Prince Rupert through the inter tubes, from August, here are the items of note we found all connected with the simple mention of Prince Rupert.

August 24-- Northern exposure
August 21-- Nass Valley cop trains for ride
August 21-- Ridership down, revenue up on B.C. Ferries northern routes
August 20-- A commercial first for Lax Kw’alaams
August 20-- MP Hill comments on Shea non-visit
August 20-- McBride Looks For Support for Eco Friendly Sewer Treatment
August 19-- Ex-Tory eyes local Liberal nomination
August 19-- Prince Rupert Port Authority Releases Second Quarter Report
August 19-- Canoers share a greeting steeped in tradition
August 19-- Fitzpatricks take 17th annual Mr. and Mrs.
August 19-- Prince Rupert Container Volume Surges 124 Percent
August 18-- Plans in place for compilation CD of songs about Rupert
August 18-- Port Cargo Up
August 18-- Port Ed council members concerned about sign
August 18-- Haida Nation makes huge wind-turbine investment
August 18-- Port Ed council concerned about “Highway of Tears” label
August 18-- QuickClimb this Sunday to benefit trails around town
August 18-- Thank you and farewell Prince Rupert
August 18-- New-look Zayonc ready to go on Tour de North
August 18-- City of Prince Rupert speaks out against Harmonized Sales Tax
August 18-- Good News for the Cannery
August 17-- Rod and Gun club voice concerns to Port Ed council
August 17-- Civic Pride planter program is flourishing this season
August 17-- Regulation change at Atlin
August 17-- Prince Rupert adopts new bylaw
August 17-- 99 years and still going strong
August 17-- Prince Rupert Doubles Box Count Over Second Quarter 2
August 16-- Ali Howard completes first-ever Skeena River swim
August 16-- Job cuts on the way: Unions
August 14-- PRPA Announces new berthing procedure
August 14-- Prince Rupert. Swimmer's Skeena River swim nearing end
August 13-- New Pay Parking lot
August 13-- Prince Rupert Port Authority releases results of charter boat sinking investigation
August 12-- A ferry tale journey
August 12-- Where’d the time go?
August 11-- Mixed review for Rupert from 2009 cruise passengers

August 12-- Hill Promises to Invite Fisheries Minister to Visit North Coast
August 11-- A quick day of slow travel
August 11-- Rider Profile: Cst. Sofija Delisimunovic
August 11-- One dead, one hospitalized after stabbing
August 11-- Cops for cancer has four local riders
August 11-- CityWest adds seven HD channels, more to follow
August 11-- Dundas arraignment postponed
August 11-- Prince Rupert Real Estate
August 11-- In Northern British Columbia, A Library Finds Consultants—In an Accounting Class
August 11-- Five things not to miss in Prince Rupert
August 10-- One man in custody after weekend stabbing
August 10-- One man dead, another seriously injured
August 10-- Remembering Rod McNish
August 10-- Update on stabbing
August 10-- Prince Rupert is planning a sign to beware the highway of Tears
August 10-- FBI: There may be link between long-haul truckers and missing women
August 9-- How a university scored the first Canadian law school in 35 years
August 9-- Son charged with father's murder in Prince Rupert stabbing incident
August 7-- Charter boat goes for a dunk at the dock
August 7-- Canpotex project in progress
August 7-- Gillnetters look to better times next year
August 6-- Fishing charter sinks
August 6-- Fishermen feeling ignored by Fisheries Minister
August 5-- Another step closer
August 5-- BC Ferries receives a passing grade
August 5-- The Grandmothers are talking
August 5-- Cruising from the slow life to a full sprint back home
August 4-- Day treatment program planned
August 4-- Concerns arise as talks of Rupert to Port Ed trail continue
August 4-- Swimmer feels the spirit of the Skeena
August 4-- North South channel mulled
August 1-- Father and sons on a trip of a liftetime

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