This week, we outlined the latest notes related to the proposed Exxon/Imperial Oil terminal project, with company representatives set to arrive in town next week set to answer questions about their Tuck Inlet terminal proposal from those who drop into their First Avenue offices.
Such it seems is the ongoing interest in the fate of LNG, that our update on the WCC LNG plans was by far the most read item of the week.
Among the remainder of the weeks most viewed articles was our story which explored the efforts of local politicians in the Northwest to try and gain a share of resource revenues on the North Coast.
Civic notes also claimed some readership this week, with our items on the City of Prince Rupert's call for applications for community grants; as did notes on the damage caused to the Civic Centre sports field following an arson incident.
Wrapping up the five most read items was our look at some election numbers, featuring a review of the revenues and expenses that were released by Elections BC related to the 2017 Spring provincial election.
The top story of the week however returns keeps the LNG files on the front burner, with our article on the proposed LNG project from Exxon/Mobil attracting a large audience.
WCC LNG office staffers return to city next week -- With two of the high profiles LNG projects for the North Coast now on the shelf, two remaining projects continue to attract interest in the community. An update may soon be on the way for one of the two, as representatives from the WCC LNG project proposed for Tuck Inlet return to town next week. (posted August 18, 2017)
That article was followed by:
Northwest Resource Benefits Alliance members hail new government's engagement on revenue issues -- A delegation of elected officials from across the region representing the Northwest Resource Benefits Alliance recently travelled to Victoria to hold discussions with the provincial government on issues of concern on financial revenues for the Northwest. Later in the week, the group also released a video review of their time in the provincial capital. (posted August 14, 2017)
One month window for Prince Rupert groups to submit applications for Community Grants -- The City of Prince Rupert is accepting applications from community groups seeking funding from the city for the year ahead. (posted August 14, 2017)
City calls attention to arson/vandalism incident at city baseball field -- An incident in the overnight period midweek left one of the softball dugouts at the Civic Centre fields damaged by fire. (posted August 17, 2017)
Election Revenue/Expenses numbers released for North Coast campaign - Elections BC released the details on just how much the candidates in the May election collected and spent during the course of this springs election campaign. (posted August 16, 2017)
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