The Northern Gateway Pipeline would stretch 1,170 kilometres between Bruderheim, Alberta and Kitimat, B.C. The project would encompass an export pipeline, an import condensate pipeline, terminal facilities, and marine facilities in Kitimat.For more information on the Northern Gateway Project, Click Here. Photo: Representatives from the National Energy Board take notes after listening to suggestions from the Peace River Regional District on Thursday – (L-R) Kent Lien, Brenda Price and Bob Mahnic – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caA joint panel could give people in the North a place to voice their concerns over a proposed pipeline.Representatives from the National Energy Board were in Fort St. John on Thursday, to speak to directors at the Peace River Regional District Meeting.- Advertisement -The officials told the District about a proposed Joint Review Panel for the Northern Gateway Pipeline Project.Spokesperson Kent Lien says the project has generated numerous questions in communities throughout the North. Here in the B.C. Peace, Lien says the primary concern is agriculture and pipeline industry relations. He those concerns could be addressed at the proposed Joint Review Panel.[asset|aid=2033|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=1f5c61b982b2238af30e05bd3d0b1b87-Kent 1_2_Pub.mp3]A Joint Review Panel Agreement is being drafted between the Ministry of Environment and the National Energy Board. The two will review the project once Northern Gateway submits its application in the fall.Advertisement The Panel would hold public meetings in various communities to hear concerns from residents affected by the pipeline and its facilities.Lien says he expects those public hearings to begin around this time next year.[asset|aid=2034|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=1f5c61b982b2238af30e05bd3d0b1b87-Kent 2_1_Pub.mp3]Lien says the dates and locations of those public hearings will be announced when details are finalized.Advertisement
LIVING THE DREAM Latest transfer news on talkSPORT.com The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father 1 Rodwell had a dismal four-year spell at Sunderland Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade targets Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ He has also been linked with a move to America.Rodwell moved to the Stadium of Light in the summer of 2014 but made what turned out to be his final appearance in September 2017, making just two Championship appearances for the north-east club in the 2017/18 season. REVEALED Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Jack Rodwell is reportedly in talks with Bolton after his terrible spell at Sunderland ended earlier this week, according to reports.The Sun has claimed Bolton boss Phil Parkinson is hoping to lure Rodwell to the Macron Stadium but the 27-year-old would have to take a significant pay cut on his salary. RANKED targets LATEST moving on Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer IN DEMAND The former Manchester City and Everton man has been dogged with injury problems for large periods of his career and the Black Cats are keen to get his huge wage packed off their books.He was earning £73,000-a-week but that figure was reduced to £44,000 after the club’s relegation to League One at the end of last season.The Championship side could take Rodwell on a free after Sunderland cancelled his contract – a story which delighted many Sunderland supporters – or take him on loan next season.
Gardai say they are awaiting the results of a post-mortem after a man’s body was found in the toilets of a fast-food restaurant in Letterkenny today.The man’s body was found by staff of the restaurant this afternoon at around 2.30pm.He had earlier bought food in the restaurant before using the bathroom facilities. Staff immediately alerted the emergency service and ambulance personnel spoke to staff as others rushed to the scene.Medics tried to revive the man but he was pronounced dead at the scene.Gardai have sealed off the scene and are still continuing their investigation into the possible cause of the man’s death.Gardai have viewed CCTV footage as part of their investigation as well as interviewing staff about the man’s last known movements. The man’s remains are expected to be removed to Letterkenny University Hospital where a full post-mortem will be carried out.A Garda spokesman said that they are awaiting the results of the post-mortem to determine what direction their investigation will take.Breaking News: Gardai await post mortem after man’s body found was last modified: January 7th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bodyGardailetterkennypost mortem
RelatedFlight Geek of the Week – Laura WilsonFlight Geek of the Week – Laura WilsonFlight Geek of the Week – Wit WiechFlight Geek of the Week – Wit WiechFlight Geek of the Week – JonnyIntroducing the flight search geeks that make Skyscanner work **1. What do you do at Skyscanner?**I’m the Head of Search Technology and a database architect. I make sure we have the best software architecture to provide the functionality we need on the website whilst having the capacity and speed for all the users. I don’t do pretty – I do fast, functional and high capacity.2. What kind of flight geek are you?I’m a problem solving geek. I can find loads of solutions to any problem. I’m also a poker geek and can fake-bluff brilliantly to take all your chips (where I pretend I’m bluffing!).3. What best generally describes your travel style?Often it’s up and go with a last minute journey. I enjoy travelling with others but I love the freedom and control of travelling alone. I have travelled so much on flights and done so many long road trips, that long or short journeys don’t faze me anymore – I enjoy the journey as much as getting to the destination. I also love reading, so that helps.4. What’s your ideal holiday?I’m going to be trying out some adventure holidays this year – but traditionally I like going to any place which has awesome food and great nightlife. My favourite places so far include Paros in Greece, for a very chilled out beach and nightlife holiday, Melbourne for partying and New York for music and food; I would love to live there. I’m also rediscovering Scotland which has amazing scenery and is great for mountain biking or walking. In future I will definitely go to Las Vegas to get my bracelet from the World Series Poker.5. Who’s your ideal travel companion? My friend Graham is good fun to travel with but I wouldn’t mind sitting next to Iain M Banks for a while on a plane just for the jabber. Other than that, Salma Hayek would be my preferred travelling companion for hanging out in all the places mentioned in the previous question!6. Do you fly with children?No, but I have no problem with children. It’s the parents who can’t control their children I have a problem with! I’ve travelled with my nephews before and they can make a trip far more enjoyable due to the excitement they have; you get to see a place through fresh eyes.7. How do you decide where you want to go?If I’ve been to a place before and it was good, then I’ll go back – otherwise it’ll be based on hearsay, conjecture and a bit of advice from friends.8. How do you decide when you want to go?Geekily enough I normally base this around the projects I’m working on at Skyscanner. The snowboarding season limits your options for those types of holidays and for summer holidays temperature and season start/end points of the destination play a big part in when to go.Paros, Greece, is perfect in May and September for example but not so good in August when it’s packed with tourists and approaching 35 – 40 degrees C.9. What annoys you most about planning holidays?I find that if I’m looking for ideas on where to go, the biggest problem is identifying recommendations from someone else who is similar to me and likes the same things as me. Facebook holidays would be a good idea to see where all your friends have been travelling.10. What are you doing in your job at Skyscanner to help?We are implementing architecture which will provide things like ‘other people who like this also like…’11. What’s your favourite thing about the Skyscanner site?Definitely the month view – being able to see WHEN it is cheapest to fly is invaluable. I’m sure my favourite thing will change when my dream features are implemented though.12. What’s your dream feature?Recommendations of destinations based on similar user’s behaviour, activities linked to destinations and Google travel queries linking directly to the Skyscanner month view.13. Favourite websites apart from Skyscanner (not necessarily travel) and why?The BBC website amazes me for usability, functionality, scalability and performance – and iPlayer is awesome. Facebook is good for catching up with friends and there are a few blogs I follow too. When it comes to travel sites, Lonely Planet and Trip Advisor are good although I need Trip Advisor to filter out comments by people whose opinion I would never trust in real life. **14. What’s the geekiest thing about you? Your secret geek shame?**I started programming when I was 6 years old. I got my mum to buy me graph paper and I drew and then reprogrammed (hacked!) the animated sprites in Donkey Kong on my brothers C64.I also bought a Das Keyboard a couple of years ago – it’s very fast for typing, lets me get up to speeds approaching 100 words per minute and there are no letters or characters on the keyboard.15. Worst travel experienceOne time when I was coming back home from Australia I’d been up all night saying goodbye before flying and packed my bag in a rush, including my towel from outside, before taxiing it to the airport. When I got there I stank so much and was in such a mess that the security people felt they had to ask me to open my bag and search through it. A massive huntsman spider flew out and legged it across the airport terminal floor scaring both myself and the poor security girl half to death leaving me with some explaining to do in my half-cut state.Meet more Flight Search GeeksReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Introducing the flight search geeks that make Skyscanner work