Gerry Leibel

Innovative approaches reduce crime

“We have honed in on chronic offenders, causing them to leave town for greener pastures.”

Class of 2017!

Ozzie the therapy dog graduates

Are you registered?

The RapidNotify system will alert residents in the case of a disaster

Business as usual for Trump

What do I see? Two ill-advised and extremely unpredictable ‘leaders’.

Kids having a goo-d time

Budding young Kitimat scientists got to take part in a number of camps

Kitimat firefighters still helping fight wildfires

Kitimat fire fighters were on the road again last week, joining the…

Kitimat’s rainbow crosswalk gets the green light

“Our expectation is to complete the painting by the end of August.”

Personal disasters – a long time in the making

How it all goes sideways, fast

Relief in sight for Kitimat’s vulnerable

Tenants will start moving into Douglas Place over the next couple of weeks.

Tourism figures up in Kitimat

Innovative measures implemented by the Chamber of Commerce.

Advanced signage for Kitimat River Hill

Kitimat River Hill and Highway 37 statistically have had fewer accidents on average

Access restored to Minette Bay

“In general, with education and reasoning, most are receptive to our concerns.” - Bossence

Business as usual for Kitimat’s LNG projects

“We’re going to have to wait and see what government does next.” - Ellis Ross

Right place, right time, saves fisherman’s life

“At first we thought it was a bear,” said Shaun.

District receives $400-K boost through Gas Tax Fund

$2.3 million for road maintenance starting in 2019

RCMP Roundup

“The thieves are stealing mostly small items out of the vehicles,” said Draht.

Friendship Pole log makes its way to Kitimat

Kitimat residents and visitors to the town will get to watch the pole being carved

Marlins beat more records in Kamloops

Dumas performs well at his last Marlins’ meet

Marlins swimmers shine at NAIG games

They showed that they were some of the best Aboriginal swimmers in North America

District to work on final Minette Bay West plan

“We’d be the first ones to be destroyed by a fire, which could then spread to town.”