Thursday, September 02, 2010

Googles of September

A review of this month's items of interest provided through the Google search engines.

September 30-- Floatplane makes emergency landing off Masset
September 29-- By-election to be held to fill MIMC seats
September 28-- CN to start whistling near cannery
September 28-- Cruise passengers weigh in on Rupert as season ends
September 28-- Schools pilot project for fiber optics
September 28-- New judge appointed
September 28-- Sunday’s Blessing of the Animals a first
September 27-- Cuts to recycling program could be reinstated in next budget
September 27-- Storms at Haida Gwaii mean 'stellar' surfing
September 27-- Prince Rupert RCMP provide details on weekend fatality
September 26-- New system helps CN manage coal shipments
September 24-- Prince Rupert lawyer appointed to the bench
September 23-- Interest over Watson Island progressing
September 22-- Fairview Terminal goes green with $3.6 million project
September 22-- City to look closer at permissive tax exemptions to community groups
September 22-- Ridley Terminal continues surge in coal export tonnage
September 21-- Five years later, Tamara Chipman still missing
September 21-- Man jailed for grow op 
September 21-- Boost from Fraser River Sockeye estimated at $2 million
September 21-- Riders share their stories at Cops for Cancer celebration
September 21-- Six North Coast resolutions making their way to UBCM floor
September 21-- CN vice-president discusses a bright future for Rupert
September 21-- Five years since woman seen on Highway 16 
September 21-- New reporter enjoying Prince Rupert
September 21-- Police Call For Clues in Chipman Disappearance
September 20-- Feds to invest $2.5 million in green port project
September 20-- West Canadian ports vie for China trade
September 20-- The Burning of the S.S. Prince George
September 20-- Prince Rupert pact adds to CN's arsenal of 'service-level' agreements
September 19-- Terrion surpasses $500,000 for Terry Fox Foundation
September 17-- Riding with the Cops for Cancer Tour de North - Day 7
September 17-- CN, Prince Rupert Port Authority and Maher Terminals sign Level of Service Agreement setting specific targets, measures for continuous improvement in gateway performance
September 16-- British Columbia port lands $2.5 million from feds for shore power project
September 15-- Canadian port invests $3.6 million in cold ironing technology
September 15-- Prince Rupert School District thanks CityWest for supporting student learning
September 14-- No injuries reported in early-morning fire
September 14-- Keeping ahead of trends in an ever-changing world
September 14-- Time running out to win in Adopt-a-Plot
September 14-- Scallop grow-out gets approval for construction
September 14-- Rampage get ready
September 14-- Prince Rupert to offer shore power to container boats 
September 14-- Middle School Information Session
September 14-- Riding with the Cops for Cancer Tour de North - Day five
September 14-- Cycling cops continue westward
September 14-- Port of Prince Rupert is going green
September 14-- Government of Canada funds green port project in Prince Rupert
September 14-- Cops For Cancer Tour De North Enters Day Five 
September 12-- Road work improves access to north BC intermodal terminal
September 12-- Cops for Cancer tour reflections: barbecue in Houston on Monday
September 11-- Abandoned mill town Ocean Falls is reborn, thanks to new material at the B.C. Archives 
September 11-- Cops for Cancer Witnesses a Vivacious Start
September 10-- Cops for Cancer kick off their ride to Prince Rupert 
September 8-- Dad's quick thinking saves kids from house fire 
September 8-- Format and topics chosen for community forums 
September 7-- Outage leaves 998 Hydro customers in the dark 
September 7-- Stepping aboard the Norwegian Star for a cruise tour 
September 7-- Moe Hays Club preparing to name champions as season winds down 
September 7-- DFO takes the brunt of blame at Cohen Commission hearing
September 7-- Format on Community Meetings decided 
September 7-- City's letter of support aimed to press need for upgrades to recration facilities
September 7-- Autopsy Scheduled in Case of Boating Death 
September 7-- Early morning cooking fire gets out of control in Prince Rupert 
September 3-- The best road trip begins in Jasper 
September 3-- Prince Rupert School District superintendent looks ahead to new school year
September 3-- More to seafood than meets the sockeye 
September 2-- Cohen Commission Stops in Prince Rupert
September 1-- Tsimshian Nation threatens action to close sport fishery
September 1-- Bookmarks: The Railroader's Wife
September 1-- Fraser Sockeye Bonanza Creating Temporary Jobs in Prince Rupert

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