Weekly Index, for May 20-26, 2024

This Week: 12 new posts; 1,083 people made 2,732 pageviews; average sessions was 3:19 min; 2,933 plays on our podcasts systems

56.04% of the traffic on Cortes Currents went to articles posted more than a week ago. Significant new aggregate totals: Neighbourhood Concerns about the ‘Cortes Airport’ (Jan 26, 2024) – now 357 views; Visiting Athens: Part One – A Genetic Odyssey – (May 13, 2024) now 108 views; Study finds Black Bears are #4 in Wolves’ diet (May 17, 2024) – now 100 views.

Top 3 posts this week, in terms of views:

  1. (418 views) – SRD Asking Transport Canada About The Cortes Island Landing Strip 
  2. (130 views) – Chief Darren Blaney: First Nations need to take back stewardship of natural resources
  3. (128 views) – Another ‘Excellent’ Seafest 

This week’s new posts:

  1. RLH – SRD Asking Transport Canada About The Cortes Island Landing Strip – Cortes Currents (May 23, 2024)
  2. RLH – Chief Darren Blaney: First Nations need to take back stewardship of natural resources – Cortes Currents (May 21, 2024)
  3. RLH – Another ‘Excellent’ Seafest – Cortes Currents (May 20, 2024)
  4. RLH – Cortes Fire Department Preparing For The Worst Case Scenario – Cortes Currents (May 20 2024)
  5. RLH – From The Ground Up: The Story Of Cortes Island Dwellings – Cortes Currents (May 22, 2024)
  6. RLH – Carrie Saxifrage’s Climate Mitigation Presentation To The SRD Board – Cortes Currents (May 24, 2024)
  7. RLH – Raising Waste Management Fees, A Road into Rainbow Ridge and a 5 Year Contract For The Cortes Fire department – Cortes Currents (May 24, 2024)
  8. RB – Pierre Poilievre aims to turn B.C. coast blue at NDP’s expense – Canada’s National Observer (May 22, 2024)
  9. MAG –The Simon Fraser Field School Visits Folk U (May 22, 2024)
  10. EH – BC Hydro CEO talks Site C, First Nations, and renewable energy at Creating Energy Conference – Energetic City (May 23, 2024)
  11. DB – The NDP’s recent revamping of forest legislation returns stewardship of BC forests to the government and provides
    powerful new tools for the public to make a difference
     – Discovery Islands Forest Conservation Project (May 24, 2024)
  12. JC – After generations of displacement, ‘Vancouver Island’ lands returned to Lyackson, Cowichan First Nations – IndigiNews (May 20, 2024)

Close to 95% of the plays this week were on podcasts more than a week old. Top 3 podcasts this week, in terms of plays:

  1. (34 plays) – SRD Asking Transport Canada About The Cortes Island Landing Strip 
  2. (21 plays each) – Chief Darren Blaney: First Nations need to take back stewardship of natural resources; Another ‘Excellent’ Seafest