Sunday, May 29, 2016

Blog watching week ending May 29, 2016

A major step forward for the proposed Propane Terminal at Ridley Island was announced this week, with our look at a memorandum of understanding between AltaGas and Japan's Astomos energy grabbed the most looks over the last seven days.

Financial scholarship opportunities at Northwest Community college caught the attention of many readers during the course of the week, as did two items related to Charles Hays Secondary.

The first an announcement from CHSS Rainmaker's Justin McChesney that he will take his next step in education and basketball with the UBC Thunderbirds, followed up by significant interest in our look ahead to Friday evening's 2016 Commencement ceremony.

Property Tax time brings the review of five to an end this week, as a large number of readers reviewed our notes on the arrival of the City of Prince Rupert's Tax Notices earlier in the week.

However, the top item of the week was a look at some progress for one of the proposed industrial developments for the region and the latest steps for the AltaGas propane terminal at Ridley Island.

AltaGas Signs supply agreement with Japan's Astomos energy -- The proponents of a Propane Export Terminal at Ridley Island announce a major agreement with a Japanese client   (posted May 24, 2016)

That article was followed by:

NWCC offers $10,000 through Five Scholarship Opportunities -- Students attending Northwest Community College this fall can qualify for a financial program offering five 2,000 dollar scholarships.     (posted May 24, 2016)

Justin McChesney makes UBC T-Birds his post secondary choice --  It's commitment season for University sports and in basketball, Prince Rupert's Justin McChesney has decided that his future will be with the UBC Thunder Bird program   (posted May 25, 2016)

Charles Hays students to chart new paths following tonight's Commencement Ceremony -- Students from Prince Rupert's Charles Hays Secondary celebrated their 2016 Commencement this weekend  ( posted May 27, 2016)

The Taxman Cometh! City Property Tax Notices arriving in this week's mail delivery -- Residents of Prince Rupert learn the 2016 level of taxation as the City delivers this years tax notices to the public   (posted May 25, 2016)

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