Sunday, April 10, 2016
Blog Watching, week ending April 10, 2016
A controversial submission from the NDP relaying their concerns over the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal at Lelu Island was the most read item of the week, quickly followed by our notes on the City of Prince Rupert's submission to the agency which was recently posted to the CEAA website.
The Kitimat Clean Oil refinery cracks our listings of the five most read items of the week, as that project delivered its project description to the CEAA.
Readers also found much interest in our notes on the final stages of construction of a new executive suites residence in the city, while our look ahead of earlier this week of a three night run of Rock of Ages at the Lester Centre attracted a good volume of readers.
However, the top item of the week once again turns to the issues related to LNG development in the Northwest. In this instance, it was the submission of the official NDP position on the Lelu Island project topped our listings of the last seven days.
Provincial NDP calls on CEAA to withhold final recommendation for approval on Pacific NorthWest LNG -- NDP leader John Horgan and George Heyman the Opposition spokesman for the environment recently submitted the NDP's concerns on the Pacific NorthWest LNG proposal to the CEAA (posted April 4, 2016)
That article was followed by:
City of Prince Rupert CEAA submission on Pacific NorthWest LNG now available on agency website -- The CEAA catches up on some of its mail, providing the contents of the City of Prince Rupert's submission to the Pacific NorthWest LNG process (posted April 4, 2016)
New housing complex nears completion and seeks tenants -- The newest in local rental accommodations is about to open to the public, with Mountain View Estates almost ready for occupancy (posted April 4, 2016)
Kitimat Clean submits Project Description to CEAA for North Coast Oil Refinery proposal -- Another step forward for one of two proposed Oil Terminal projects in the Kitimat area, with Kitimat Clean submitting its project description to the CEAA ( posted April 5, 2016)
Lester Centre to roll with Rock of Ages Thursday through Saturday -- The eighties made a comeback this week in Prince Rupert as the Lester Centre played host to the three night run of Rock of Ages (posted April 6, 2016)
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