Port development, though not in Prince Rupert, was of some interest to our readers this week, with our notes on a proposed development for the Stewart area attracting the largest number of views on the week.
Other items that found strong numbers over the last seven days included a search for two missing sisters in Prince Rupert and the call for applications from the City of Prince Rupert for two positions on the Board of Tourism Prince Rupert.
Politics also featured in the weeks review, with our article on John Horgan's cabinet planning and one Vancouver journalists belief that North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice may get the call before the July 18th swearing in ceremony.
As the week came to an end, a State of Emergency had been declared in British Columbia as wildfires raged through the Cariboo and Interior regions, with our archive of items posted Friday night finding strong interest as the weekend moved forward.
The top story of the week however, puts the focus on the plans for a proponent in the Stewart area to build a port terminal facility in that area that could have some impact on potential development for Prince Rupert.
Stewart's Blue Ocean Terminal seeks licence of Occupation for port proposals -- The first steps for the potential development of another shipping terminal for the Stewart region are outlined by the proponents. (posted July 4, 2017)
That article was followed by:
RCMP seek assistance on Missing Sisters File -- A call from the RCMP for the help of the public not only caught the attention of North Coast residents, but produced positive results in less than twelve hours. (posted July 6, 2017)
City seeks members for Tourism Prince Rupert Board -- The City looks to fill two volunteer positions with the Tourism Prince Rupert Board of Directors, the city is accepting applications until July 14th. (posted July 5, 2017)
Pundit points to Rice for potential Cabinet inclusion -- As Premier designate John Horgan works towards revealing his cabinet members by the July 18th swearing in, one Vancouver based journalist develops a short list that should make some voters on the North Coast happy. (posted July 7, 2017)
BC Wildfires claim interior homes, force evacuations, close roads -- With some residents of the North Coast set to travel through the Cariboo while on vacation or for business, keeping up to date on the wildfire situation along the Highway 97 corridor is of some importance. Our archive of notes on the State of Emergency in that region of BC found a strong audience from its debut Friday night. (posted July 7, 2017)
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