Sunday, September 28, 2014
Blog Watching, week ending September 28, 2014
So, considering outdoor activities probably won't be high on your list today, settle in for our our weekly review.
Every Sunday we offer up a recap for the week 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, a search for a Prince Rupert teenager and the announcement of his tragic death at Rainbow summit was the most viewed item of the last seven days, followed by our review of a highway fatality in the Terrace area which resulted in Highway 16 being closed for much of Thursday.
Developments from the UBCM convention in Whistler, as well as the bombshell announcement from the proponents of the Pacific NorthWest LNG project regarding concerns they have over the status of the project rounded out the top five items of the week.
Kicking off this weeks review of events, the search this week for a Prince Rupert teenager.
Prince Rupert RCMP launch search for missing teen -- Our original item on the search for a missing Prince Rupert teenager and the update reviewing the sad discovery of his body, was by far the most read item of the week. (posted September 22 , 2014)
That item was followed by:
Highway 16 CLOSED east of Usk owing to fatal accident -- A two car vehicle incident east of Terrace which claimed one life and closed the highway for much of the day, proved to be an item of much interest to readers. (posted September 25, 2014)
Minister Coleman seeks to reduce expectations of LNG tax windfall for Northern Municipalities -- Rich Coleman, Premier Christy Clark's point man on LNG delivers some stern advisories for municipal politicians and highlights the port payment structure in Prince Rupert as a potential blue print on LNG (posted September 24, 2014)
Petronas threatens to pull out of Pacific Northwest LNG project -- Thursday delivered a strong rebuke of the way the LNG file is being handled, with the proponent of the Pacific Northwest LNG project suggesting the proposed development could be shut down, if issues of taxation and incentives is not addressed. ( posted September 25, 2014 )
Premier Clark closes UBCM with a bit of history and a bit of forward thinking -- The UBCM gathering came to an end with the Premier's address, complete with some shout outs to Port Ed and Terrace for the pace of growth in those Northwest communities. (posted September 27 , 2014)
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