Sunday, February 23, 2014
Blog Watching, Week Ending February 23, 2014
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, our look at the plans of the Nisga'a Nation to set aside four areas for LNG development attracted our largest group of readers.
Other items that found an audience this week, were a request from the RCMP for the public's assistance in tracking down a wanted man, our listings on the Hobiyee Celebrations in Laxgalts'ap, as well as news of a hospital stay for former Rupertite Iona Campagnolo.
Wrapping up this weeks review, details on some of the Mayor's thoughts on how best to push back against the planned B. C. Ferries cutbacks.
Those were all among the items to complete the top five items of the week.
The top item of the week:
Nisga'a make entry into LNG discussions-- Our review of the LNG development plans of the Nisga'a attracted the most views of the week (posted February 17, 2014)
That item was followed by:
RCMP seek man on many charges, including those from Prince Rupert-- An item on the province wide search for man wanted on a string of charges across the province, including Prince Rupert. ( posted February 17, 2014 )
Hobiyee Celebrations set to start tomorrow-- A look at the Nisga'a New Year celebrations taking place in Laxgalts'ap gained notice as the weekend approached. (posted February 20, 2014)
Former Lieutenant Governor Iona Campagnolo in a Vancouver hospital-- Our item on the hospitalization of the former Prince Rupert resident also found a wide audience through the week. (posted February 14, 2014)
Mayor looks to add Municipal representation to Ferry Cutback response-- The background on the ongoing discussions on how best to approach the provincial government on BC Ferries rounds out the review of the top five items this week. (posted February 17, 2014)
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