Sunday, December 27, 2015

Blog Watching, week ending December 27, 2015

For our final edition of Blog Watching for 2015 we find some familiar themes returning to the top of the weekly listings.

As it has for much of 2015 items related to proposed LNG developments in the region top our rankings, this time from an item of this week related to the proposed LNG terminal site at Lelu Island.

Port Development also made for some reading for this years final list, with a look at the growing concern over available land for development in Vancouver, something which could provide another window of opportunity for further Port Development in Prince Rupert.

The Rainmakers continue to claim some space to the blog, this time around with a look at the annual Alumni Tournament, while an item related to Prince Rupert City Hall also proved popular this week.

The end of the year is the time for lists and for Prince Rupert some improvement was found in the annual notes of BC Business magazine when it comes to employment opportunities in BC.

However, as it was last week, LNG topped the listings over the last seven days, as an error in a recently delivered information mailer from Pacific NorthWest LNG proved to be a popular discussion point this past week.

Graphics error stokes more discussion on Lelu Island project  -- Some wrong information from a  recenlty delivered information mailer for Pacific NorthWest LNG brings an apology from the company and some observations from the project opponents  (posted December 21, 2015)

That article was followed by:

Vancouver land issues offer opportunities for Prince Rupert to take advantage of  -- With the Prince Rupert Port Authority exploring the prospect of expansion for Fairview Terminals, some developments in Vancouver provide some notes of interest for those plans  (posted December 22, 2015)

Rainmaker Alumni Tourney wraps up with Mel Bishop honoured for years of service to the Sport -- The annual Rainmaker Tournament took place over last weekend and celebrated the work of head coach Mel Bishop with the local program (posted  December 21, 2015)

City of Prince Rupert sells two properties at Tax Sale process
  --  The owners of two properties sold as part of the City's Tax Sale process have until  September of 2016 to address their tax issues with the City (posted December 23, 2015)

Prince Rupert claims its spot in BC Business Best Cities for work review --  Prince Rupert moves up a few notches in the annual review from BC Business magazine of where the employment prospects are in the province (posted December 21, 2015 )

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