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COVID mask safety, stolen belongings among Kitimat RCMP weekly report

Kitimat RCMP weekly report for Jan. 15 to 21

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JFJV, the prime contractor on the LNG Canada Project site, placed its first piece of the processing plant foundation in early February 2020. Now, pile driving and other construction aspects have been slowed down due to government-mandated COVID-19 protocols for several B.C. industrial projects in early 2021.

A town as quiet as a lull-aby

Kitimat has been quiet over the past month due to the government-ordered industry slow-down

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JFJV, the prime contractor on the LNG Canada Project site, placed its first piece of the processing plant foundation in early February 2020. Now, pile driving and other construction aspects have been slowed down due to government-mandated COVID-19 protocols for several B.C. industrial projects in early 2021.
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Clare’s Corner: The memories music brings

It’s incredible to see what power music holds over our emotions and memories

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In Our Valley: Colin Spangl

In Our Valley: Colin Spangl

Spangl is an ER nurse at Kitimat General Hospital and works hard to make patients comfortable

In Our Valley: Colin Spangl
Haisla Bridge in Kitimat is down to one lane Thursday (Feb. 4). (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)

Lane closure on Haisla Bridge

Bridge will be operating with one traffic lane from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Haisla Bridge in Kitimat is down to one lane Thursday (Feb. 4). (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)
Evening fitness swims for those 16-year-old and up are reopening Sunday (Feb. 7) at the Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre. (Photo courtesy of Kitimat Leisure Services)

Evening fitness swims back at Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre

Swims run from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily

Evening fitness swims for those 16-year-old and up are reopening Sunday (Feb. 7) at the Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre. (Photo courtesy of Kitimat Leisure Services)
The new START sustainability label allows consumers to see information about where and how the aluminum products they purchase are made. (Rio Tinto photo)

Rio Tinto launches new ‘nutrition label’ for aluminum products

START sustainability label gives information about where and how aluminum products are made

The new START sustainability label allows consumers to see information about where and how the aluminum products they purchase are made. (Rio Tinto photo)
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Clare’s Corner: The changeability of sleep patterns

Sleep comes to us in such unpredictable patterns that it’s hard to make it a priority

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Dorothy Egan has done a lot of teaching in her life, but she’s also done a lot of learning along the way.

In Our Valley: Dorothy Egan

Egan spent several years teaching on missionary trips in Papua New Guinea and Cameroon

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Dorothy Egan has done a lot of teaching in her life, but she’s also done a lot of learning along the way.
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Impaired drivers top Kitimat RCMP weekly report

Three impaired drivers reported between Jan. 8 and 13

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Theo Morrison claims his pregnant daughter and the family were denied service at Kitimat General Hospital, seen here, and were told to go to Terrace. On their drive there, Morrison said his daughter “lost the baby”. (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)

Family claims pregnant woman was turned away at Kitimat hospital, ending in stillborn birth

Theo Morrison’s daughter was two weeks overdue when she went to Kitimat General Hospital

Theo Morrison claims his pregnant daughter and the family were denied service at Kitimat General Hospital, seen here, and were told to go to Terrace. On their drive there, Morrison said his daughter “lost the baby”. (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)
Maintenance work at lower City Centre Mall parking lot. (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)

Lower City Centre Mall entrance by No Frills closed

District doing maintenance work from 8 a.m. to early afternoon Wednesday (Jan. 27)

Maintenance work at lower City Centre Mall parking lot. (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)
Collision at the Haisla/Kuldo Blvds. intersection Tuesday (Jan. 26). (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)

Collision at Haisla and Kuldo Boulevards

Five people taken to hospital with minor injuries

Collision at the Haisla/Kuldo Blvds. intersection Tuesday (Jan. 26). (Clare Rayment/Kitimat Northern Sentinel)
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Clare’s Corner: A place for everything — and I mean everything

It’s amazing to see how much ‘stuff’ one can accumulate in their house over several months

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Jacqueline Sweet, right, at her graduation from the Bachelor of Arts at Simon Fraser University with her friend and fellow graduate, Laura Taylor.

In Our Valley: Jacqueline Sweet

Sweet said her career can feel isolating in the North, but she loves that she’s able to help people

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Jacqueline Sweet, right, at her graduation from the Bachelor of Arts at Simon Fraser University with her friend and fellow graduate, Laura Taylor.
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Cara Webb’s dog, Millie, who bolted during New Year’s Eve fireworks and was missing for almost a week. She was eventually found by Webb’s neighbour.

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Cara Webb’s dog, Millie, who bolted during New Year’s Eve fireworks and was missing for almost a week. She was eventually found by Webb’s neighbour.
Kitimat’s Gordon Wilson, who recently won $150,000 on a scratch & win ticket he bought at City Centre Mall. (BCLC photo)

Kitimat man wins $150,000 on scratch & win ticket

Gordon Wilson bought the ticket at City Centre Mall

Kitimat’s Gordon Wilson, who recently won $150,000 on a scratch & win ticket he bought at City Centre Mall. (BCLC photo)
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Shattered glass, missing woman among Kitimat RCMP weekly report

Kitimat RCMP report from Jan. 1 to 7

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