Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Googles of December 2009

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

December 29-- Fibre link to Kitimat finished
December 27-- Remains of Cdn soldier killed in Afghanistan to return home Monday
December 27-- Canadians to honour fallen officer on final journey home
December 24-- Prince Rupert Man the Latest Canadian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
December 23-- Pine beetle Citizen’s newsmaker of the decade
December 23-- New Manager at Terrace airport
December 23-- Canadian soldier killed by IED in south Afghanistan
December 23-- Appeal Court denies wide commercial fishery for B.C. First Nation
December 23-- Lax Kw'alaams band bids on former pulp mill site
December 22-- Donations needed for wildlife shelter
December 22-- Sherbrooke apartments work almost done
December 22-- Groups awaiting grants
December 22-- Julia Hill Local declines torch offer
December 22-- South African family allergic to sunlight a step closer to making Prince Rupert home
December 21-- Allergic to sun, family moves north
December 21-- Area officials to work Olympics
December 21-- Allergic to sun, family wins B.C. residency
December 21-- Ferries becoming much more cautious following November nightmare
December 18-- Ship runs aground while preparing to dock at Prince Rupert Grain
December 18-- Roads open again
December 18-- Freezing Rain Creates Traveller's Nightmare
December 17-- Highway Closed
December 17-- Long-time Prince Rupert Grain president no longer with the company
December 17-- New Ferry Dock for Prince Rupert
December 17-- CIHL Regular Season
December 17-- Plea made to Northern BC Games' Host city
December 17-- Northern B.C. needs more bus and train service
December 16-- Troubling statistics about Prince Rupert's kindergarten children
December 16-- Six proposals received for Watson Island sale
December 16-- Commercial Fishermen Disappointed by Shea Visit
December 16-- Public inquiry demanded in deaths
December 15-- Woman arrested for stopping train
December 15-- Advocates share tears and stories about unsolved cases
December 15-- Mz. Judged thanks
December 15-- Questions remain regarding all-day kindergarten
December 15-- Filmmaker debuts final movie here
December 15-- H1N1 vaccination clinics are coming to an end on Friday
December 15-- Tourism Prince Rupert, city councillor blast BC Ferries over consultation meeting on new route
December 15-- There are warnings, but not everyone hears
December 15-- Still missing, and missed, after 40 years
December 14-- The symphony that refuses to die
December 14-- Federal Fisheries Minister visits Prince Rupert, but no meeting scheduled with commercial fishermen
December 14-- B.C. approves huge wind-farm sites
December 14-- Deep Drilling at Dotson Trend Shows Heavy Rare Earth Mineralization Persists to Depth
December 14-- Mother's death a puzzle with missing pieces; Mary Jane Hill died on Highway 16. Thirty years later, a daughter who was six months old at the time seeks answers
December 12-- Highway of Tears case began with three teens; Police realized a serial killer may be at work after bodies of young women found near Highway 16
December 10-- Ice climber dies in avalanche
December 10-- Daughter searches for answers in mother's 1978 murder
December 10-- NaiKun wind farm gets provincial approval
December 9-- Where on (or under) earth is Prince Rupert capsule?
December 9-- New Middle School
December 8-- Planning funds
December 8-- Rupert Rampage fall to the Ice Demons 5-2 in Kitimat
December 8-- Audiology concerns raised again in the B.C. Legislature
December 8-- CN engineers head back to work
December 8-- Satellite library in Port Edward hosts its grand opening
December 8-- Closure bylaw read for three elementary schools as Prince Rupert board votes for middle school model
December 8-- Prince Rupert struggling to locate time capsule
December 7-- Walter Smith named Freedom of the City as Prince Rupert honours outstanding residents
December 7-- Civic Recognition Awards
December 4-- B.C. towns suffer as major pulp and paper companies refuse to pay taxes
December 4-- Non-profit potential for Shames
December 4-- Decision on the sale of Watson Island expected to come in January
December 4-- 'No systemic safety issues' from wild B.C. ferry ride
December 2-- VIA Rail Canada and Santa get on track for the kids - Eight special trains operate between Jasper and Northern BC
December 2-- Prince Rupert School District holds second hearing on closure and grade configuration
December 2-- Nisga'a leader Nelson Leeson eulogized at memorial in Prince Rupert, B.C.
December 2-- No shipping delays from CN Rail strike, CWB says
December 2-- Port receiving $3 million for infrastructure
December 2-- The Bulkley lost some fish too...
December 2-- Council seeks a judicial inquiry into Skeena fishery collapse
December 1-- Northern Adventure design debated
December 1-- Nelson Leeson Memorial
December 1-- Stolen ATV's
December 1-- Prince Rupert Secondary School teachers outline concerns about closure, configuration discussions
December 1-- Canadian Ports weathering CN strike
December 1-- Ottawa tables back-to-work legislation for striking CN workers
December 1-- Senior men's hockey game attendance soars
December 1-- Leeson services this week

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