Saturday, April 03, 2010

Googles of April 2010

From the Podunkian inbox to an archive on the blog, from April, here are the items of note we found with the simple mention of Prince Rupert.

April 30-- RCMP investigating fire in downtown Prince Rupert as an arson
April 30-- Prince Rupert firefighters battle early morning blaze 
April 30-- RCMP investigating fire in downtown Prince Rupert as an arson
April 30-- Love of the game culminates in Hall 
April 28-- Workplace safety message hits home
April 28-- Work place safety message resonating
April 28-- City council discusses the role and management of local recreation complex 
April 27-- Local featured in employment success book 
April 27-- BC Annual gets underway Sunday 
April 27-- Travel vaccine clinic opening in May
April 27-- Details are important in understanding visitor experience
April 27-- Retailer, city council discuss 'violence and vandalism' in downtown Prince Rupert
April 27-- Prince Rupert Continues To Report Robust Growth
April 26-- New Senior Housing for Prince Rupert
April 26-- Prince Rupert Budget Deferred
April 25-- Northern Expedition sailings cancelled
April 23-- 10 ways to see, taste and feel Canada 
April 23-- Sun Wave, Prince Rupert Mayor talk Watson Island sale, litigation and possible bankruptcy
April 22-- Book promotes employment triumphs
April 22-- Canada: Prince Rupert Port reveals the vision for expansion
April 21-- 582 murdered or missing aboriginal women and girls in Canada: report
April 21-- Traffic volumes continue to grow as Prince Rupert Port Authority unveils economic impact analysis
April 21-- Port to involve ombudsman on Ferries issue
April 20-- Drugs, disturbances and theft among RCMP calls for service 
April 20-- Want economic benefits? Consider Coho's value
April 20-- A sea of Pink
April 20-- City increasing fees and taxes in budget
April 20-- Minor hockey hands out awards
April 20-- Nurse riding to support operating room
April 17-- 2010 Cruise Season around the corner 
April 17-- Prince Rupert Teen Drowned
April 16-- Provincial reply on court administrator not reassuring
April 16-- Northern B.C. readies for record roadbuilding season
April 15-- Prince Rupert RCMP Not Releasing Cause of Teen's Death
April 15-- Prince Rupert RCMP probe reported abduction attempts
April 14-- Three attempted child abductions in Prince Rupert
April 14-- No regional district meetings here
April 14-- Coal companies seek to run Ridley Terminals
April 14-- Cruise control
April 14-- Dock on B.C. north coast home to new ferry, government marine base
April 13-- Northwest Liberals holding planning conference in Rupert
April 13-- Over 200 service calls
April 13-- Reviewing the basics by answering student questions
April 13-- Rupert teams dominate annual tournament
April 13-- Port Authority getting set for the start of cruise season 
April 13-- Prince Rupert RCMP seeking public's assistance following attempted child abduction
April 13-- Forest cuts in city and Alexis Creek
April 13-- Foul play not ruled out in death of teen found partly submerged in water
April 13-- Body found at Prince Rupert waterfront identified as Nisga'a teen
April 13-- Police identify teen found dead on Prince Rupert waterfront
April 12-- City Approves Development Permit 
April 12-- Prince Rupert to host convention in 2011 
April 12-- Police identify 16-year-old girl found dead on Prince Rupert waterfront
April 12-- Teen death in Prince Rupert ‘suspicious’
April 12-- Rupert Residents Reminded to Watch out for Wolves 
April 12-- Job cuts come to forest, energy ministries
April 12-- Cruise ship season starts soon
April 12-- RCMP investigate girl's death
April 11-- RCMP investigate death of 16-year-old girl in Prince Rupert 
April 11-- Police in Prince Rupert, B.C., investigate teen death
April 11-- Prince Rupert girl’s body was partially submerged
April 11-- Body Of 16 year Old Found In Prince Rupert
April 10-- Prince Rupert Expecting Cruise Business to be Steady As She Goes
April 8-- Pugs face dangers in the great outdoors
April 7-- Going wild for grizzlies in remote B.C. park
April 7-- Prince Rupert real estate numbers looking positive in first quarter 
April 7-- Charge of uttering a death threat recommended
April 6-- Regional leaders meet at forum 
April 6-- Drugs seized, impaired driving and assault among calls 
April 6-- B.C. Forest Ministry strengthens ties to Asia 
April 6-- Navy Turns 100
April 6-- Welding Equipment Stolen 
April 6-- Former bookkeeper accused of stealing money from First Nations school
April 6-- Former B.C. school bookkeeper charged with fraud
April 1-- Plucky Prince Rupert pug survives wolf attack
April 1-- Weekend of Easter fun planned for Prince Rupert
April 1-- MP releases regional economic forum report
April 1-- B.C. pug's pudginess thwarts wolf
April 1-- Pug survives Prince Rupert wolf attack

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