Friday, July 09, 2010

Googles of July 2010

A review of some of the items of interest pertaining to Prince Rupert that pass by our portal.

July 28-- Ackerman stops in town during bike tour
July 28-- Prince Rupert hosts first ever music festival
July 28-- Skeena River race
July 27-- “It is a shame that there is nothing to do here” - Think again Bruce Wishart
July 27-- Prince Rupert Port Authority looks to the sky for increased productivity
July 27-- Prince Rupert councillor pushing for disaster relief in the wake of disastrous fishing season
July 27-- Tourism not going to save everybody
July 27-- Prince Rupert celebrates official opening of Acropolis Manor
July 27-- Teacher seeking educational unity stops in Nakusp 
July 26-- Prince Rupert's Acropolis Manor Officially Opened
July 26-- BC Transit will hear the concerns of the region
July 26-- City of Prince Rupert applies for funding grant
July 26-- Prince Rupert's Acropolis Manor officially opened
July 24-- Connecting by Canoe
July 23-- Economic Development Officer envisions a prosperous Prince Rupert
July 23-- Suit settlement could be quashed
July 22-- Sunken ferry settlement a "slap in face"
July 22-- Walking biking for change
July 22-- Youth vs Police in basketball game
July 22-- Feral Cats a problem ... still
July 22-- Charles Hays Secondary to get $350,000 upgrade
July 22-- Ferry accident survivors seek settlement approval
July 22--  Queen of the North settlement expected to be approved
July 22--  Suit settled in Canadian ferry sinking
July 21-- CN mainline to reopen this evening
July 21-- B. C. ferry sinking lawsuit settled
July 21-- $350,000 for Queen of the North survivors in class action settlement
July 21-- Northern coastal mills: the saga
July 21-- Canada to invest USD 5 million to cut greenhouse gas emissions 
July 20-- Mariners Music Festival scheduled for next 
July 20-- Green Party leader talks tax and the northwest economy
July 20-- New resident flies into northwest
July 20-- Discussing the loss of two Rupert icons... 
July 20-- Prince Rupert Port Authority welcomes 500,000th guest
July 20-- Making students top priority 
July 20-- Federal ministers announce $223,000 for Prince Rupert Airport 
July 20-- Teacher steps into question of how children are being taught
July 20-- Ministers Day and Baird tour port facilities in British Columbia 
July 20-- Teacher walking across province to stop in Nakusp 
July 20-- A special beauty to be experienced in northern British Columbia
July 19-- RDSQC accepts landfill cover bid
July 19-- Federal ministers visit the Northwest 
July 19-- Prince Rupert RCMP warn of fake credit cards being used in town
July 19-- Teacher takes cause on the road
July 19-- $100,000 derby no benefit to islands, says Port motel owner
July 18-- Despite double-digit gains
July 17-- Man a canoe, walk in the rainforest with Seashore Charters
July 17-- The train less travelled
July 16-- Demise of B.C. community newspapers may not indicate industry's fate
July 16-- Final print run for Prince Rupert Daily News after nearly a century of news
July 16-- Fire trucks bound for Nicaragua 
July 15-- Black, White and Dead all over 
 July 15-- Respected Prince Rupert man passes way
July 15-- RCMP seeking public's assistance in locating missing person 
July 15-- Closing of two small BC dailies is good business, new owners say
July 14-- Leader of the Green Party makes a stop in Prince Rupert
July 14-- Masset awards water line work 
July 14-- New Economic Development Officer appointed in the North Coast 
July 14-- Maher partnership welcomed as major step forward for Melford 
July 14-- Prince Rupert Port Authority celebrates a special cruise ship guest. 
July 14-- Prince Rupert booster and Freedom of the City Walter Smith passes away 
July 14-- Prince Rupert Port Helps Make Wishes Come True 
July 13-- Assaults, disturbance, attempted car thefts among calls 
July 13-- Volunteers making trail happen
July 13-- Old mill lumber yard reactivated 
July 13-- Treatment centre plan a success for one local repeat offender 
July 13-- Promoting Prince Rupert experiences through television 
July 12-- Wrong to rule out infrastructure support for Melford 
July 12-- Prince Rupert man facing attempted murder charge after 20-year-old slashed on neck with a knife 
July 12-- Demolition started
July 12-- PRDCC comments on the HST
July 12-- Prince Rupert vehicles targeted in act of vandalism 
July  12-- Enjoy the great outdoors on Canada holidays in British Columbia
July 9-- Northern BC Resident cycles her way to Vicoria, all in the name of Education 
July 8-- Local Business takes the HST in stride 
July 8-- NDP leader might be too low key for her own good 
July 7-- Plans for B.C. Ferries' longest route sink under community opposition 
July 7-- Maher invests in Nova Scotia port terminal 
July 7-- Prince Rupert and Ketchikan Gateway Borough in Alaska look to increase trade
July 7-- Not even worth the printing costs says Black Press of the Prince Rupert Daily News 
July 7-- Prince Rupert teacher bikes across province for educational gaps 
July 7 -- Northmen plan northern takeover
July 7-- Melford terminal plan based on deep water, strong fundamentals 
July 6-- World Trade Magazine names Krusel one of top 50 influences 
July 6-- About Tourism Prince Rupert: Questions and answers
July 6-- Provincial Green leader is coming to Rupert on July 13 
July 6-- Four B.C. Newspapers To Close 
July 6-- City Renews borrowing bylaw 
July 6-- BC Ferries won't go ahead with proposed Tsawwassen- Prince Rupert route 
July 6-- Realty numbers show a rebound in Prince Rupert market compared to 2009 
July 6-- Prince Rupert Daily News To Cease Publication 
July 6-- Community newspapers to close after Black Press purchase 
July 5-- Kootenay daily newspapers bought by Black Press 
July 5-- Black Press acquires 11 more B.C. community newspapers, plans to shut down four 
July 5-- Solution will save 400 trips Black Press to shut long-running newspapers in Nelson, Prince Rupert after acquisition
July 5-- Sport Fishing key figure in Tourism
July 3--Civilian joins cops for 680 km bike ride
July 3--Black Press acquires B.C., Alberta papers
July 2-- Black Press Chief Operating Officer comments on announced closure of Prince Rupert Daily News
July 2-- Prince Rupert teacher will be pedaling into Bulkley Valley soon

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