Monday, May 10, 2010

Googles of May 2010

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

May 31-- 2010 Seafest approaching
May 28-- New transitional housing will make for smoother transitions
May 28-- RCMP dog nabs man after erratic behaviour
May 28-- Captain of sunken B.C. ferry fights to get job back
May 27-- Northern Health recruiting families without family doctors
May 26-- Prince Rupert Port Authority provides more than $55,000 to community groups
May 26-- NH puts cancellation of program on hold
May 26-- SPCA asking for public's participation
May 25-- Volunteer effort pumps tourism dollars into the community
May 25-- SPCA approved for funding
May 25-- Relay for Life is taking shape
May 25-- Over 200 calls for service for Prince Rupert RCMP last week 
May 21-- Seattle Board Gets Somber Message About Competition 
May 21-- Police investigating boy fights on YouTube 
May 21-- VIA Rail's Jasper to Prince Rupert Totem Train 
May 20-- Standing Up for the Great Bear Rainforest 
May 20-- Help our garden grow
May 20-- Taxi Driver Bear Sprayed
May 20-- Divisional shakeup after Central Interior Hockey League AGM
May 19-- Taxi driver taken to hospital after attack with bear spray
May 19-- Martial Arts "Simulation" Worries Rupert Parents, RCMP
May 18-- Council plans community meetings
May 18-- Edward Epp’s work focus of show
May 18-- Surviving with our sense of community remaining intact
May 18-- This week in crime
May 12-- Arson Update 
May 12-- Prince Rupert Arson Suspect Out on Bail
May 12-- The long ride goodbye
May 12-- Volumes nearly double at Prince Rupert port
May 11-- Enough with the negativity going around Prince Rupert
May 11-- Who is responsible for Rupert’s tourism development
May 11-- City responds to low livability ranking 
May 11-- Bus fare raises debated
May 11-- North Coast hits 10 per cent needed for anti-HST petition 
May 11-- Chinese delegation discusses shipping through Northern B.C. 
May 11-- Port of Prince Rupert A Growing Economic Force
May 11-- Expand Kemano before site C 
May 11-- No subsidies for ferry routes 
May 10-- Ridley Island water supply 
May 10-- Prince Rupert adopts budget
May 10-- Port of Prince Rupert: “strong growth” in Q1 2010 
May 8-- Delegation Explores Logistics Opportunities
May 7-- Charges of Arson laid 
May 7-- P.G. Welcomes Chinese Delegation
May 7-- Prince Rupert Roll Up the Rim winner claims 2010 RAV4 
May 6-- RCMP targeting high risk and aggressive drivers 
May 6-- Six B.C. cities land on MoneySense's '10 worst places to live' list 
May 5-- Residents grow tired of dirty storefronts 
May 4-- Drunk in public, disturbances top RCMP calls
May 4-- Discussing Ferries, tourism leaders and the travel media 
May 4-- North Coast has yet to reach required signatures on anti-HST petition 
May 3-- Charges after Masset restaurant break in 
May 2-- Prince George Ranked 164 out of 179 Canadian Cities

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