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One of Kitimat's new councillors wants to get a dedicated dog park opened in town.
Shell and Chevron are standing by their Kitimat-based projects, while Chevron's plan may slow locally in Kitimat for 2015.
A councillor questions why colleagues eager to spend money on hanging baskets but not so quick to approve fire department vehicle.
Learning how to move forward on relationship building between the District and the Haisla a big takeaway from resources forum.
Just over half a million dollars was waiting to be spent on a building assessment, but a split council couldn't decide if it was worth it.
Drug files rose in 2014 over 2013, but officer time to dedicate to those files reason for rise, says detachment, not more drug.
Winterfest is in its second year of return to Kitimat, and begins with a social Thursday.
Operations report shoots for midway through year for new Kitimat smelter commissioning.
The cold weather shelter, currently being operated at the First Baptist Church, has seen about 17 visits from half a dozen people.
The BCWF held an information meeting in Kitimat January 17 to talk about hunting allocation policy changes.
Song, dance and gift giving was part of the ceremony in Kitamaat Village marking the purchase of the marina by the Haisla.
A documentary, and an album, inspired by Kitimat has been put together by UBC student Luke Wallace.
Responding to comments by Rich Coleman, UNBC professor Paul Bowles suggests caution, not optimism, defines 2015 LNG.
Months-long process to get a plot of land rezoned in Kitimat concludes with approval for a potential townhouse complex.
BC Assessment released the new property value roll, and shows Kitimat with a substantial increase over last year.
A stage play about pipeline politics and Kitimat will be performed in April in California.
A letter to be signed by Mayor Phil Germuth will put Kitimat council squarely behind the LNG Canada proposal.
A Kitimat born author has penned her first book and is touring the northwest with it.
A realtor's report shows Kitimat still affordable, despite sharp increases in home ownership costs.
David Black wants debt guarantees from the government which will help him get lenders on board for his proposed oil refinery.