Gerry Leibel

Poor waste management leads to more bear deaths

Poorly stored household garbage and non-bear proof commercial waste containers in Kitimat…

The Haisla Nation Council has not signed an LNG pipeline project agreement

The HNC says, however, that it’s fully committed to LNG development in Haisla territory

Ellis Ross receives a special thanks

“It is important to communities that benefit from inclusion in ways not seen in the past.”

Full steam ahead for DoK projects

“We want to install something special. We want to make sure it’s the best, that we do it right.”

Kitimat’s Justin Almeida makes it to the NHL

When people asked him what his Plan B was if he didn’t make it, he would say he doesn’t have a Plan B.

WIN with the Northern Sentinel and Kitimat author Alisha Sevigny

Sevigny will be at the Canada Day festivities on Sunday

Grab the rods – it’s Family Fishing Day this weekend

Grab the rods, grab the tackle and get ready for the ever-popular…

U.S. to slap steel and aluminium tariffs on Canada, Mexico

Canadian government retaliates with counter-tariffs

JCR for a day

Kitimat youngsters learn valuable skills at Ranger open day event

Kitimat hockey players hold their own in Penticton

Chase Pacheco, Logan Tweedy and Ayden Baldo put through their paces

Pairing is caring

Volunteer for some garden work

RCMP to begin enforcing offroad vehicle ban

The ban also prohibits the crossing of roads and highways by offroad vehicles

Tyler is one of three Kitimat apprentice stars

Entry to the program means finding students an employer who is willing to take them on

Why buy when you can adopt?

Why buy a pet when you can adopt one of these cuties…

Postal worker bitten by Rottweiler

Humane Society will seek a destruction order

Petronas wants a 25% stake in LNG Canada

Deal is subject to international regulatory approvals

DFO implements chinook restrictions

One fish a day until the end of July

Dress to quilt

The Kitimat Quilters Guild hosted their 8th Annual Quilters Retreat at Riverlodge…

First-ever United Way tour comes to Kitimat

“We hope to inspire the public to further support these vital community programs.”

Kitimat Marlin Swim Club scores a first at Northwest B.C. Regional Swim meet

The Marlins were followed closely by Prince Rupert and Bulkley Valley