Sunday, May 10, 2015
Blog Watching week ending May 10, 2015
Our item on the push from opponents to the Lelu Island project also found a wide audience this week, as did our LNG related item about the announcement of Amy Dopson being named to a community engagement position with Kitimat's LNG Canada project.
A review of a recent Marine Search and Rescue exercise and the results from this years Fraser Institute elementary school findings rounded out the top five items.
However, leading off the review for the week just passed, waiting for word from Lax Kw'alaams
Many eyes watching and waiting for outcome of Lax Kw'alaams sessions -- As Members of the Lax Kw'alaams First nation continue with their consultations, the media both national and local keep an eye on the latest notes from the sessions (posted May 7, 2015)
That item was followed by:
Lelu Island LNG opponents continue to push to stop development -- A look at the push from those against the proposed LNG development at Lelu Island as they launch a social media campaign to spread word of their position (posted May 4, 2015)
Recent Marine Training exercise hosted by Station 63 highlighted in provincial magazine -- A review of a recent Search and Rescue exercise on the North Coast (posted May 4, 2015)
Prince Rupert's Amy Dopson introduced as LNG Canada's Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer -- A familiar face around Prince Rupert is named to a community engagement position with the Kitimat based LNG Canada project (posted May 5, 2015)
Fraser Institute releases annual results from elementary school study -- Annunciation continues to told the top placement in Prince Rupert, with Conrad making strides from the Public school listings this year (posted May 5, 2015 )
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