Sunday, September 18, 2016
Blog Watching: Week ending, September 18, 2016
The Port of Prince Rupert also claimed some readers this week with their announcement of a study into the prospects for a break bulk port facility on Kaien Island to the north of the Grain Terminal.
Food was on the mind of many readers this week, with a large spike in interest related to the opening of the Coastal Cafe, a new dining option for city residents.
Our notes on the reopening of a popular recreation trail also found some strong readership numbers this week, with the celebration of the Tall Trees Trail on Mount Hays climbing into the top five items on the blog this week.
The review of the list of five wraps up with a look at the latest job opportunity at the City of Prince Rupert's Citywest operations, as the communication company seeks applications for a member of their marketing team.
The top story of the week which attracted the most attention however takes a look at provincial politics and what is shaping up to be a fascinating race for residents in the Northwest riding of Skeena.
Premier Clark introduces Haisla Chief Councillor Ellis Ross as Liberal candidate for Skeena -- The Northwest is guaranteed some extra media attention on election night next Spring, as BC Liberal leader Christy Clark arrived in Terrace to announce the candidacy of respected Haisla First Nation leader Ellis Ross for the 2017 campaign for Skeena. (posted September 12, 2016)
That article was followed by:
Everything old is new again! Prince Rupert Port Authority announces study into potential break bulk facility on Kaien Island -- More expansion could be in the works for the Prince Rupert Port Authority footprint on the North Coast waterfront, as the Port and private partners consider the construction of a break bulk facility for Kaien Island. (posted September 14, 2016)
Coastal Cafe becomes latest addition to Prince Rupert's food scene -- Prince Rupert residents have one more option when it comes to grabbing a bit to eat in the city. (posted September 8, 2016)
Tall Trees Trail gets official re-opening -- The rebuild of the city's trail system marked another milestone last week as the Tall Trees Trail on Mount Hays was reopened to the public, thanks to a significant investment from Pacific NorthWest LNG. ( posted September 12, 2016)
CityWest looks to add to marketing team for Northwest communications company -- The city owned cable, Internet and phone provider goes on the hunt for a marketing assistant. (posted September 12, 2016)
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