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Property sales report for first six months of year shows drop over properties sold same time last year.
Construction continues but the Kitimat smelter has already begun producing its first ingots in the modernized facility.
The contract will cover potential early works and early days construction if LNG Canada does decide to proceed.
Responsible water use by Kitimatians has meant the town so far hasn't had to apply any water restrictions.
The Kitimat Fire Department handled some small brush fires in recent weeks as temperatures remain high and the ground dry.
Project agreements have been signed with six First Nations and Coastal GasLink for their natural gas line to Kitimat.
A tour for Northwest government leaders showed them a bird's eye view of oil sands developments.
Kitimat Mayor Phil Germuth wants commitments from AltaGas to have operations workforce live in-town, rather than on-site.
A survey will study how earthquakes could affect the Kitimat area.
With an environmental permit in hand, LNG Canada is considering additional early work projects for Kitimat later in the year.
The province and the federal government have given their environmental approval for a planned LNG plant in Kitimat.
New collective agreement agreed to, bringing employees back to work this Friday.
Door-to-door mail service in Kitimat will end in 2016 as Canada Post moves to a community mailbox system.
Petitioners hand delivered a petition demanding SO2 scrubbers be installed in RTA's modernized smelter.
A record-long municipal strike may almost be over with a tentative Collective Agreement deal reached.
The municipal strike in Kitimat continues as mediation ends with no deal struck.
An event in Kitimat provided insights for the community on how to deal with a potential growth in construction from LNG.
The strike continues in its third month but mediation is set to resume today.
A household hazardous waste disposal event in Kitimat will allow people to rid themselves of excess toxic material.
A replacement back-up generator purchase has been approved for Kitimat's Public Safety Building.