Sunday, December 8, 2013
Blog Watching, Week Ending December 8, 2013
Included in 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.
This week, issues of LNG development, the North Coast Fishery, the Enbridge pipeline and the Potash industry grabbed attention as did the success of a young former Haida Gwaii resident, Dylan Collins who is now Oxford bound. All of those found placement in our top five items for the week of December 1-8.
The top item of the week:
Dinner and Discussion with the BG Group, the preview of the BG Group's Open Houses for Port Edward and Prince Rupert this week, where a progress report on the status of their project development was offered up. ( Posted December 3 )
That top item was followed by:
Former Haida Gwaii resident named as one of Canada's 11 Rhodes Scholars for 2014, The academic success of Dylan Collins caught the attention of readers this week, Mr. Collins was named to a select pool of Canadians heading to England for studies at Oxford in 2014. (posted December 3)
A Community-Based Fishery the goal of organizers of a community forum next week, Holding on for another week, our Background item on a forum for Wednesday December 4th, that will look at the challenges of the fishery and how designing a community based fishery may answer them. (posted November 27)
Captains Cullen and Rice to the bridge, A look at the latest tool that those opposed to the Enbridge Pipeline proposal have come up with, that of a video game that results in an oil tanker crashing into rocks at Kitimat (posted December 2)
Another difficult day for the Potash Industry in Canada, The weekly top five wraps up with a review of the latest developments for Potash Corporation in Saskatchewan, with plant closures and layoffs part of their current financial decision making (posted December 3)
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