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Organizers emphasize need for volunteers and for donations, particularly of socks.
Plan for Walk geared to support Kitimat's businesses.
Minor hockey in Kitimat is losing players but a push by parents for Rep teams is leaving House teams in the lurch.
An incremental treaty agreement has given land to the Haisla which has taken decades to sort out.
Kitimat and Terrace had received word that 2016 would be when door-to-door mail was ending, until this latest development.
Conservation Officers are asking people to call in bear sightings to help them better track bear movements in town.
Just three of the five candidates for Skeena-Bulkley Valley attended the Kitimat forum on October 8.
A shop local initiative proved popular during a community launch at Riverlodge this week.
The Ministry of Children and Family Development are seeking qualified people to be foster parents in the area.
Now more accessible to the general public, Kitimat's Economic Development Office benefits with its new location.
Staff Sergeant James McLaren joins the Kitimat detachment.
Kitimat's Mayor talks of his hopes for town's near future as he reflects on what was achieved at UBCM conference.
A 10-year lease deal will have LNG Canada take on a 49 unit apartment building currently being constructed in Kitimat.
Annual conference is Kitimat's chance to engage directly with government ministers on local issues.
A letter to Kitimat Mayor & Council wants to see the highway in to town better taken care of in terms of garbage clean-up.
While motorists were frustrated, Terrace Paving says work had to get done ahead of a change in weather.
After a presentation to council about concerns about the property at Vista Village the town staff will look into the complaints.
Speed limits in Kitimat are not well known and a resident is hoping education could take place to improve the situation.
Prince Rupert RCMP announced a drug seizure of 1,200 tablets and $12,000 in cash. Two have been arrested in connection.
A judicial ruling is allowing Unifor to challenge the ministry of environment's permit for the Kitimat smelter's emissions.