Sunday, May 25, 2014

Blog Watching, Week Ending May 25, 2014

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, LNG issues, the Teacher's Dispute and the Mayor's thoughts on recruiting doctors top the list of items viewed.

With our top item of the week being a look at the start of some push back against the increasing pace of LNG development planning across Northern British Columbia

From there, the developments in the Teacher's dispute in the province dominated the week of blog viewing.

The Mayor's plans to discuss Doctor recruitment with the current group of physicians in the community and the need for Pacific Northwest LNG to provide more information for the CEAA round out the top five items of the last seven days.

Kicking off the review, our top item of the week:

An LNG pushback  --  A look at some of the latest discussion points from those that are looking to see a slower pace or complete reversal of the Province's plans for LNG development  (posted May 21, 2014)

That item was followed by:

BCTF responds to employer's salary rollback and lockout plans --  Events heated up significantly in the last seven days between the province and its public school teachers, our item outlining some of those developments proved to be a popular resource offering this week. (posted May 22, 2014 )

School District 52 outlines plans for Tuesday's teachers strike  -- With rotating strikes planned for May 26-29, School District 52 outlined some background for parents for Tuesday's Prince Rupert walkout (posted May 22, 2014)

Mayor to discuss Doctor recruitment with local medical professionals -- The Mayor offers up some observations on Doctor recruitment for the Prince Rupert regain (posted May 21, 2014)

CEAA reportedly requests more information regarding Petronas Environmental Assessment -- The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency sends a letter to Pacific Northwest LNG seeking some more information on a number of items from the Assessment application  (posted May 23, 2014)

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