Sunday, October 20, 2013

Blog watching --- Week ending October 20th

For your Sunday review, a new feature for the blog, providing a quick snapshot of which items posted to our portal caught the attention of our readers this week.

A top five compilation of which of our discussion points resonated the most over the last seven days.

As part of the countdown, we will provide links to the articles in question, offering up with one click of the mouse, those items of the week that you may have missed.

Not surprisingly (considering the volume of time we put towards it), Municipal politics dominated the articles on the blog that gained the most page views for the week.

The top item of the week:

Our City Council Timeline for Tuesday's Council session proved the most popular item of the week, attracting the most page views of the last seven days (posted October 18)

That was followed by:

From One Island to another, Mayor Mussallem's LNG Primer, our review of the Mayor's report on his trip to tour an LNG facility in the Caribbean (posted October 18)

An Oil refinery for Grassy Point still captures the attention of the North Coast, the theme was first  posted to the blog on October 7th )

The Mainline may soon be a ghost line by the end of the month, a look at the state of Labour discussions between CN and members of the Teamsters Railway Council. (posted October 17)

Rampage Results/Schedule 2013-14, Rupertites do enjoy keeping up to speed with the local hockey team and the CIHL in general, the Schedule/Results page was first posted to the blog on October 6th.

You can find our Blog watching featured posted every Sunday morning by 9AM, a handy way to catch up to the week that was, at a leisurely weekend pace.

The Permanent link to the feature can be found above our Blog Archive section, found on the right hand side of the title page.

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