Sunday, December 15, 2019

Blog Watching: Week ending December 15, 2019

Big celebrations, Big announcements and Birth announcements made for the theme of the week for Prince Rupert.

Making for the most attention of the last seven days a look back at a most spectacular weekend with the Rogers Hometown Hockey weekend spawning a few stories, as did our look at Thursday's  Prince Rupert 2030 Vision presentation.

Over on the stork watch, North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice relayed some glad tidings from the Rice homestead with the safe arrival of a new addition to the family for her and partner Andrea Wilmot.

Wrapping up the list of five was our look at a new report from redesign rupert, which explores the challenges and opportunities for the Prince Rupert labour scene.

However, the most read story of the week, put the spotlight on the future, with our notes on the Rupert 2030 visions presentation attracting a large audience.

Many Moving parts and many questions to come for Prince Rupert 2030 vision plan --  Prince Rupert had a glimpse of what could be on Thursday evening, as redesign rupert delivered the Prince Rupert 2030 Vision plan, a ninety page plus document which urban planner Larry Beasely revealed for the Lester Centre audience.  The evening also featured some announcements of projects to come in the not too far off future, you can review all of the notes of the night we compiled as well as from a range of media sources here.  (posted  December 13, 2019)

That article was followed by:

Prince Rupert was more than ready for its close up! As Roger's Sportsnet's Hometown Hockey showcased the city to national audience  -- In a week for big events, the Rogers Hometown Hockey visit provided a chance to showcase the North Coast to a national audience.     (posted  December 9, 2019)

A tribute to a minor hockey player in Newfoundland was a theme for Prince Rupert's Hometown Hockey --  Our look at a tribute to the memory of a young Newfoundland hockey player with family roots in Prince Rupert during the Hometown Hockey weekend found a large audience as the week went forward.   (posted December 9, 2019)

MLA Jennifer Rice shares word for a new arrival, as a baby boy arrives in the Rice household -- There will be one more name to add to the voters list in about eighteen years and we suspect that we can pretty well figure out just who Lùá Alan Rice may cast a vote for!   (posted December 10, 2019)

redesign rupert labour market study highlights accelerated growth and demand for jobs anticipated for Prince Rupert and the North Coast -- In what was almost a preamble to the Prince Rupert 2030 vision launch of Thursday, redesign rupert released the findings of a study in the Prince Rupert labour market outlining the key areas for attention in the years to come   (posted  December 9, 2019)

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