Sunday, November 17, 2019
Blog Watching: Week ending November 17, 2019
Among the remaining items of the list of five for the week, our notes related to a washout along Highway 16 found a strong readership.
The City is looking to build on the interest on the upcoming visit from Rogers Hometown Hockey to Prince Rupert, and our notes on one of their projects resonated with readers.
Coast Mountain College brought a new tool for the education toolbox to Prince Rupert this week, with the arrival of the new mobile campus which was set up at the local campus for an official opening earlier this month.
And the ongoing work towards reconciliation on the North Coast took another step forward, as SD52 introduces its new Reconciliation initiative through the School District website.
However, the most read story of the week, took us over to the Sixth Avenue West detachment of the RCMP and late week call for help from the public.
Prince Rupert RCMP seek public's assistance in locating Missing Prince Rupert resident -- It was a positive result that came after a call for assistance from the Prince Rupert detachment of the RCMP to the public, as North Coast Mounties were quick to locate a missing Prince Rupert resident who had become the subject of a search on Thursday. (posted November 14, 2019)
That article was followed by:
Washout along Highway 16 makes for one land alternating traffic between Prince Rupert and Terrace -- Highway crews were tending to an incident west of Terrace this week, as a washout on Highway 16 reduced the flow of traffic to one lane midway between Prince Rupert and Terrace. (posted November 14, 2019)
City of Prince Rupert looks to paint the town red (with a bit of white) ... in honour of Rogers' Hometown Hockey arrival -- With but a few weeks left before Prince Rupert steps into the national spotlight through the national broadcast of Hometown Hockey, the city is looking to spur on some community spirit (posted November 13, 2019)
And with a snip or two, the mobile campus for Coast Mountain College was declared Open -- The newest addition to the Coast Mountain College educational experience was introduced to a number of invited guests at the Prince Rupert campus earlier this month. (posted November 13, 2019)
School District 52 introduces Reconciliation newsletter to chart progress on goals and share information with community -- A new initiative from School District 52 will offer residents of the city an opportunity to learn more about the steps that the local School District is taking towards its goals of reconciliation, the online feature also provides a wider library of links on the theme. (posted November 12 , 2019)
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