Sunday, July 27, 2014
Blog Watching, Week ending July 27 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, a collision between a logging truck and a CN train results in a derailment on the main line and delays in transit for shipments for the Port of Prince Rupert.
As well, Port Edward looks for growth from LNG development, a major search between Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii for a missing boater.
Things wrap up with a look at convictions on Fisheries charges and police investigation in child pornography round out our most reviewed articles of the week.
Kicking off the top five items, of our week that was, the details of the train/logging truck collision near Decker Lake.
Train/Logging truck collision results in derailment west of Burns Lake -- The CN mainline between Prince Rupert and Prince George was shut down through Friday into Saturday owing to a collision at a Decker Lake crossing (posted July 25, 2014)
That item was followed by:
Port Edward proposals point towards expanded Growth for the District -- A number of proposed developments are outlined for Port Edward with LNG terminal prospects in mind (posted July 22, 2014)
Search continues off Port Hardy for elderly man missing in small rowboat-- Details of the search for a man who set sail from Prince Rupert for Port Hardy in a rowboat and has been reported missing. (posted July 21, 2014)
Three from North Coast convicted of Fisheries violations -- A pair of incidents which date back to 2010 work their way through the courts to convictions for a number of North Coast residents (posted July 21, 2014)
Prince Rupert RCMP arrest man on Child pornography charges -- The execution of a search warrant on the west side of the city results in charges related to Child pornography for a Prince Rupert resident (posted July 23, 2014)
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