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Proper First Nations consultations were not completed, according to the Canadian Court of Appeals
The province sees a future for Uber-like car services but Kitimat taxi companies don't see a future for it in Kitimat.
The future looks good for a better relationship between Unifor 2300 and the town council after a bitter strike.
Storytellers, live music and a delicious brunch is part of this year's Franco-fun Festival in Kitimat.
Kitimat's Supper Club leader has received recognition for her work in the community, and her award benefits the Food Bank.
The event is back after years of cancellations due to lack of snow.
Some residents feel the laws about fireworks in the community are too lax.
Kitimat council have begun the process of working out a budget for the near year, keeping to a 3% tax rate increase.
The District of Kitimat is looking at ways the community could potentially attract technology companies.
A family in Cable Car breed English labradors out of love for the breed.
Northern Health says they're distributing transportation funding more equitably, meaning Kitimat will pay more for the Skeena route.
Another company is planning to build an oil refinery on the site also eyed by David Black for Kitimat Clean
A proposal to build an oil refinery in the Kitimat Valley has filed its project description with government regulators.
The Haisla and the District of Kitimat want the Prime Minister to see benefits from liquefied natural gas industry.
The value of a single-family home in Kitimat is expected to drop 12 per cent.
Failing to pick up after your dog could cost you a $50 fine, and the town may step up enforcement.
LNG Canada announced it has received a permit from the Oil and Gas Commission for its proposed facility in Kitimat.
No scrubbers will be necessary at the Kitimat smelter after the environmental appeals board upheld their emissions permit.
Unifor 2301 is seeking support from the government to lobby on their behalf against mandatory overtime at the smelter.
The company is developing an up-to 1,000 bed camp in Kitimat, and an 89-room hotel.