Sunday, October 25, 2015

Blog Watching, week ending October 25, 2015

Items and concerns over LNG development dominated the most read items on the blog this week, with notes related to the them among 4 of the five listings of our top five contributions of the week.

The release of the comments culled from the Draft Application Information process for the Aurora LNG project topped the week's reading, with a number of residents of Dodge Cove, Prince Rupert and other areas of the province and Western Canada weighing in with their thoughts on the proposed Digby Island LNG terminal.

Readers also had a fair bit of interest into some developments from Lax Kw'alaams, as that community continued to make its position  known when it comes to on any proposed development on Lelu Island and Flora Bank.

As well, our report on a lease arrangement between the City of Prince Rupert and Horizon North for a property on Wantage road also collected a number readers this week.

Breaking through all of the LNG and speculation on major development projects was the major political story of the week, with our review of the return to Ottawa of NDP MP Nathan Cullen also finding a significant number of views as the week came to an end.

However, the lead off item which found the largest audience of the week, proved to be the topic of LNG development for Digby Island and a review of the contributions that came from the recent public comment period.

Aurora LNG Project comment period delivers range of concerns related to proposed development -- The first overview of the public comments from the Draft Application Information Requirements are published, offering a glimpse into some of the view of those that participated in the process (posted October 21, 2015)

That article was followed by:

In a wave of Red across the country, Skeena-Bulkley Valley remained Very Orange -- Our look at the results from Monday's election count, which saw the nation swing to the Liberal party, while the Northwest remained loyal to its NDP MP Nathan Cullen (posted October 20, 2015)

Lax Kw'alaams reinforces position on on Lelu Island  -- With both the Deputy Premier and officials from Pacific NorthWest LNG suggesting that plans are continuing forward when it comes to development of an LNG terminal on Lelu Island, the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation government reinforces its thoughts on the topic  (posted  October 20, 2015)

Saturday Solidarity Rally planned to highlight concerns over Lelu Island  -- The Lax Kw'alaams First Nation announced plans for a rally on the weekend to highlight their concerns over the issues of Lelu Island, later in the week the rally would be postponed until a future date, owing to commitments from First Nations further up the Skeena River. (posted October 21, 2015)

City of Prince Rupert moving forward with leasing plans with Horizon North for property along Wantage Road -- A notice published in the back pages of the weekly paper highlights the financial terms of a lease for a parcel of property on Wantage Road between the City and Horizon North, a company which constructs work camp sites across Western Canada  (posted October 22, 2015 )

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