A busy week for the city's First Responders made for a variety of items to chronicle and a few of our entries of the last seven days captured a fair bit of attention, with a look at a response on Park Avenue the one that topped the list of five.
Two Port related topics also generated a large readership, with our notes on the year end report on shipments through the range of terminals on the waterfront, along with some demolition work near the Northland Cruise Terminal both among the five articles reviewed the most.
The return to more familiar weather for Prince Rupert has come, along with the start of what will be a few months of road maneuvering as the plague of potholes begins to pop up for a new year, an omen of work to come for the City's operations department.
And Back to school for the New Year comes with some additional COVID measures, with our story on the concerns and recommendations from the city's teachers' union making for some interest this week.
However, when sirens sound, readers take note; with an early week response from PRFD and the RCMP on Park Avenue to attend to a car incident gaining the largest readership:
Prince Rupert Fire/Rescue, RCMP attend to vehicle incident on Park Avenue -- Capturing some work by the PRFD and Prince Rupert RCMP along Park Avenue found a large audience this week, a motor vehicle incident on slick streets one of a number of files we noted over the last seven days, you can review our notes on the Responders of the Northwest here. (posted January 18 , 2022)
That article was followed by:
Prince Rupert Port Authority commences with demolition of Northland Seafoods Building on waterfront -- A building along the waterfront below Marine's Park had become so storm battered in recent months that the PRPA made the decision to bring the structure down, starting the work this week. (posted January 21, 2022)
Percolating Potholes highlight challenges ahead for City's Operation workers -- The start of the freeze and thaw cycle that will make for the next few months, is leaving a trail of road repair requirements as the weeks pass by. (posted January 18, 2022)
Port of Prince Rupert Realizes 23 percent decline in cargo volume in 2021, remains optimistic for future growth -- A number of terminal partners across the Prince Rupert waterfront found declines in shipments from a challenging 2021, but despite the results of the last year, the Port remains positive about future growth and future trade through BC's Northern Gateway. (posted January 18 , 2022)
PRDTU continues to focus on priorities it believes are required for Safe School Return -- The union representing public school teachers in Prince Rupert outlined some of their concerns and suggestions as the SD52 Return to school program continues forward (posted January 20 , 2022)
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