first_imgBe staff The next sale is scheduled for April 21 and will offer 30 parcels covering more than 27,000 hectares. The Province raked-in more than $13 million in bonus bids, for the March Oil and Gas land-rights sale.- Advertisement -That’s slightly down from last year’s sale, which generated almost $15 million.Wednesday’s sale offered 77 parcels in northeast B.C., covering 25,171 hectares, and sold 66 parcels covering 18,736 hectares. The average price per hectare for this sale was approximately $715.Included in the sale are four leases for deep-drilling rights in the Blair Creek area, around 105 km northwest of Fort St. John. Bids ranged between roughly $4,000 and $7,000 per hectare, for a total of nearly $6.1 million.Also, two leases were awarded in the eastern portion of the Horn River Basin, about 70 km northeast of Fort Nelson totaling nearly $1.1 million.Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgYou can dance if you want to, you can — no, wait, you cannot dance if you want to.So sayeth Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, anyway.“No, and I really wouldn’t like to see them again,” the coach answered when asked if he knew quarterback Drew Stanton had the kind of dance moves he showed Sunday night in Seattle. “They weren’t really pretty.”What say you? Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact — Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) November 16, 2015It is often said a team’s backup quarterback is its most popular player. As of now, that may very well be the case in Arizona. – / 42 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Drew Stanton, internet sensation. #AZvsSEA Woke up like @drewstanton— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) November 16, 2015center_img Comments   Share   QB2 getting a little excited on the #AZCardinals sideline.#AZvsSEA | #SNF— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) November 16, 2015Of course, beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder, and given the context for why Stanton was dancing in the first place, odds are Arians was actually happy to see it. The backup quarterback was celebrating Andre Ellington’s game-clinching 48-yard touchdown run, a play that capped off an outstanding and intense matchup with the Seahawks. Spreading like wildfire!— Mike Leach (@MikeLeach82) November 16, 2015 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires And if Stanton feels bad about his coach’s criticism, he should know his teammates have his back. Sort of.“Umm, strong to quite strong, I think,” fellow QB Carson Palmer said when asked to grade his teammate’s moves. “It was just all heart. That’s what he said. I heard him doing an interview and he said it wasn’t premeditated. It just came out. I think that was dedicated to Ryan Lindley because he was a great sideline celebrator, and I think Drew just slid ahead of Ryan.”“I saw it on Twitter and it looks good,” receiver Jaron Brown said. “I don’t think he’s going for ‘Dancing with the Stars’ or nothing like that. He was pumped up.” That was awesome!RT @aqshipley Other than the win. Best thing ive seen in a long time— Earl Watford (@EWatts78) November 16, 2015 read more