Haisla Members working on the LNG Canada site in Kitimat

Ledcor partners with the Haisla Nation for jobs, skills training

A new partnership between the Haisla and construction company Ledcor has been making waves in the last couple weeks.

Haisla Members working on the LNG Canada site in Kitimat

Bonspiels happening this weekend in Kitimat

Two big bonspiels are being hosted in Kitimat this coming weekend.

Joanne Monaghan in her early years.

It’s Our Heritage: The life of Kitimat’s Joanne Monaghan

It's Our Heritage columnist Walter Thorne works through former Kitimat Mayor Joanne Monaghan's life.

Joanne Monaghan in her early years.

LOOKING AHEAD: MLA Robin Austin considers the year ahead for the riding

Skeena MLA Robin Austin thinks ahead to what 2016 will bring.

LOOKING AHEAD: MP Nathan Cullen on the year behind and ahead

MP Nathan Cullen talks about the year that's passed and what is in store for 2016 for Canada.

B.C. gives thumbs up to Rio Tinto wharf expansion in Kitimat

A planned expansion of a terminal in Kitimat owned by Rio Tinto has been given a go by the regulator.

Drunk driving a diminishing issue for Kitimat

Police say a road check was encouraging in showing that people are using their heads in choosing not to drink and drive.

Chrismtas Hamper appeal nearing the finish line

The Kitimat Food Bank is in the final stretch towards delivery of the Christmas Hampers for 2015.

Fines handed out for animal harassment case

Two men have been fined following an animal harassment case stemming from an incident earlier in May.

Town needs to fix slope near Cable Car water reservoir

A slope failure means the District has to kick in emergency repair money to make sure there's no damage to Cable Car's water tanks.

[Updated] Unifor 2301 lashing out at mandatory overtime at Rio Tinto smelter

The union representing workers at Rio Tinto's smelter in Kitimat are concerned with worker safety due to mandatory overtimes.

Kitimat Christmas Hamper season upon us

The annual Christmas Hamper campaign has begun again for a new year.

Pedestrian hit at intersection sent to Vancouver with life-threatening injuries

Police are looking for witnesses to the incident which took place around 7 a.m. November 12.

On Cue players seek auditioners for Sweet Bits

Kitimat's local theatre group is looking for people for their next production.

Some of the pumpkins at the rock wall November 2

ALBUM: Kitimat’s great pumpkin wall returns for 2015

Kitimat's annual tradition of pumpkins on the Kuldo extension continues for 2015.

Some of the pumpkins at the rock wall November 2
A graph from the Government of Canada's Wateroffice

Boil water advisory in effect for Kitimat due to rainfall

A boil water advisory has been put in place due to rainfall.

A graph from the Government of Canada's Wateroffice

Cablecar reservoir repair to go ahead this year with a budget bump

Fearing possible increased costs in the new year, staff recommended council bump the budget to fix the water tower.

Op-Ed: Kitimat Mayor supports Coastal GasLink

An op-ed from the Kitimat Mayor supports the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline.

Kitimat Council gives Coastal GasLink nod of approval after request for support

The company behind the Coastal GasLink project sought and received an endorsement from Kitimat Council.

Kitimat Search and Rescue’s big film fest fundraiser back again

The SAR group's major fundraiser, a film festival over two separate nights, happens in October.