Sunday, January 26, 2014

Blog watching, week ending January 26

As part of a weekly feature on the blog, every Sunday we offer up this weeks recap of the top five items viewed over the course of the last seven days.

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, road conditions and vehicle incidents dominated the bulk of our viewership totals. Also of note for the week, the move by the city to return to the controversial Alternate Approval Process, this time for its Boundary Expansion plan proved of interest.

To wrap up our review of the week, readers found our item on a new navigational aid for Prince Rupert harbour and word of the closing of a transportation company on the North Coast must read items to complete the top five items of the week.

The top item of the week:

One fatality in Highway 16 vehicle incident...   Our item on a three vehicle incident east of New Hazelton proved to be a topic which attracted much interest in the short period of time it has been posted  (posted January 25, 2014)

That item was followed by:

Rock slide on Highway 16 west of Terrace reduces traffic to one lane...   Interest in items regarding highway conditions resonated through the week with our item on a rock slide west of Terrace holding down the second spot on the five most viewed items ( posted January 22, 2014 )

City to launch Alternate Approval Process for boundary Expansion plan...  The move of the City of Prince Rupert to make use of the controversial Alternate Approval Process once again attracted a number of viewers since it appeared on Friday (posted January 24, 2014)

New aid to Navigation to provide even safer transit of Prince Rupert Harbour... A new safety enhancement to the approach of Prince Rupert harbour proved to be a popular item for review this week (posted January 20, 2014)

Canadian Freightways to cease operations from Prince George west to Prince Rupert Our item first reported last weekend on the closure of Canadian Freightways offices across Northern BC continued to attract a large volume of interested readers (posted January 18, 2014)

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.

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