The grass here sometimes does seem greener from the other side of the fence…


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A tip of our Podunkian hat to a participant on hackingthemainframe, the local bulletin board here in Rupert. Someone named Sockpuppet has tracked down a much discussed but apparently little seen article in Canadian Business about Prince Rupert the port and the optics of boom times…

Copies of the magazine in which the article appeared disappeared rather quickly from local news stands, with reports of bulk buying around town scooping up most of them the day the magazine came out. We can only assume that someone has a lot of family anxious to read up on the happenings up here, or for those that subscribe to conspiracy theories, here’s your chance to cook up your own theories over the gobbling up of the copies.

We here at your Podunkian portal tried navigating the Canadian Business website in the last three weeks or so seeking out an on line version, with little in the way off success, until today.

Having finally read a copy of the article thanks to the htmf entry on line, we tried a number of search engine combinations until voila, up popped the article from the Canadian Business site, posted online on April 10…

( from  the blog a town called podunk,  click on the link below to see the entire article atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 3171140231 )- 


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