Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Googles of November 2010

A review of the findings from our Podunkian in box for the month of November.

November 30-- Fact sheet for investors complete
November 30-- Taking the good with the bad
November 30-- Hospital auxiliary celebrate 100 years of serving Rupert
November 30-- Tourism gets nod for ad money
November 30-- Local leaders want Enbridge hearings
November 30-- Third Prince Rupert Strong Start two months along and going strong
November 29-- Prince Rupert winterfest just around the corner
November 29-- Rail could supplant need for West Coast pipeline
November 29-- Councillor concerned BC Ferries re-examining Prince Rupert to Tsawwassen route
November 29-- Rampage Tied With River Kings for First in CIHL West; Kitimat Right Behind
November 27-- Prince Rupert Rampage win two at home against Hazelton Wolverines
November 25-- Prince Rupert Residents Parles Francais
November 24-- Police incident ends in Fraser Lake
November 24-- Canpotex says interest remains high for terminal in Prince Rupert
November 23-- Tip helps recover stolen items
November 23-- Prince Rupert Rotary Auction raises around $40,000
November 23-- Senators hear support for staffed lighthouses
November 23-- Prince Rupert doctors available for those in need
November 22-- City of Prince Rupert saving $75,000 a month on Watson Island costs
November 22-- Francophone Association will call Prince Rupert home
November 22-- Rampage Edge Ice Demons, Steelheads and Luckies also win
November 22-- RCMP developing special drug awareness program in Prince Rupert
November 21-- Senators say they have a better understanding of Northern BC Lighthouses
November 21-- Prince Rupert Rampage defeat Demons on Saturday night
November 18-- BC cruise industry shows resiliency during 2010 season; growth expected in 2011
November 17-- Quickload president speaks of bright future for Prince Rupert
November 17-- Fisherman's union says DFO can't manage its finances
November 16-- Shop local this holiday season...
November 16-- District of Port Edward council raises busing concerns
November 16-- Salvation Army looking to buy motel for transition housing
November 16-- Stamps split two game set with Rampage
November 15-- Prince Rupert teen arrested
November 15-- British Columbia wins award for brownfield renewal work
November 15-- Body of Missing Prince Rupert man found
November 15-- CIHL: Wolverines Record first victory of season
November 15-- Demonstration against Lighthouse De-staffing planned for Prince Rupert
November 12-- Car of ill, missing man discovered in Prince Rupert, but still no sign of Patrick Boulton
November 12-- Senate Committee on Lighthouses to vitis Prince Rupert next week
November 12-- Mayday from riders of the storm
November 12-- Vehicle found in river; owner missing
November 12-- B. C. judge rips government for court delays
November 12-- Shedding light on the issues
November 11-- BC shares stage with world's largest shippers
November 10-- Parking changes made in downtown Prince Rupert
November 9-- Minister says more log shipping capacity needed in B. C.
November 9-- Hauptman wins national luge championship
November 9-- Human trafficking focus of two-day forum
November 9-- The little school that could
November 9-- Prince Rupert losing patience with unsightly buildings
November 8-- British Columbia coal exports could double with port infrastructure improvements
November 8-- Prince Rupert SPCA asking people to stop abandoning dogs at the shelter at night
November 8-- Trade Mission Focused on Boosting Natural Resource Exports
November 8-- Increasing coal sales is the goal
November 7-- Asian appetite grows for B. C. resources
November 7-- Mount Klappan mine to produce 2 million tonnes of coal per year
November 6-- October numbers at Fairview Terminal down from 2009 levels
November 5-- Downtown building owner upset with City over forced repairs
November 4-- Fortune Minerals announces updated definitive feasibility study for Mount Klappan Metallurgical coal project
November 3-- RCMP and Prince Rupert School district partner to bring educational group North Coast
November 3-- North coast leaders react to Premier Campbell's resignation
November 3-- Recreation, health, greenhouse gas reduction the focus of community meeting
November 2-- Industrial land inventory needed for growth, council told
November 2-- The Opener making sure Prince Rupert Restaurant doesn't close.
November 2-- Prince Rupert minor hockey product commits to University of Western Michigan
November 2-- Prince Rupert city council to discuss closed door meetings on Monday

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