Sunday, June 8, 2014

Blog Watching, Week Ending June 8, 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, items on LNG development topped our top five listings, with words of caution sounded from the national media on the ambitious plans of the province when it comes to its LNG blue print.

Also proving popular over the last seven days, was our look at the announcement of the City's plans for proposed LNG Terminal development in Tuck Inlet.

A review of the LRB ruling regarding the ongoing Teacher's dispute also found a wide audience from the readers of the blog this week.

An item from late in the week quickly gained attention, as we outlined the nature of a Public Warning from the RCMP regarding an incident on the Rushbrook Trail and a recommendation not to travel on it at this time.

The top five listings wraps up with a look at the recent success and accolades for Tsimshian artist Kelli Clifton.

Kicking off the review, LNG, and some cautionary words.

A Cloud or two on the LNG horizon? --  Two reports from national media sources that offer up a pause on all the exuberance over LNG in British Columbia (posted June 5, 2014)

That item was followed by:

LRB rules docking pay of teachers is legal; BCTF to vote on potential full scale strike next week  --  The potential for more labour troubles on the education front were outlined following a Labour Relations Board ruling this week.  (posted June 4, 2014 )

A share of the LNG rush?  City's newly expanded boundary to include proposed LNG site  -- The rather surprising announcement of discussions between the City of Prince Rupert and Exxon/Mobil regarding  a potential LNG terminal for Tuck Inlet proved to be a popular item this week. (posted June 2, 2014)

RCMP issue Public Warning for Rushbrook Trail   -- An incident reportedly in the early morning hours of June 3rd on Rushbrook Trail, gave the Prince Rupert RCMP cause to issue a Public Warning. (posted June 6, 2014)

North Coast artist to have work showcased at YVR -- Our item on the success of Tsimshian artist Kelli Clifton and word of another of her works destined to be showcased at Vancouver International Airport highlights the final item of our top five of the week.   (posted June 3, 2014)

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