Gerry Leibel

Northern Sentinel Web Poll

Northern Sentinel Web Poll

Crime is up in B.C. - how is Kitimat faring?

Northern Sentinel Web Poll
Bundle up this weekend - it’s going to be cold and wet
Bundle up this weekend - it’s going to be cold and wet
Don’t miss: basketball action Saturday, Sunday and Monday!

Don’t miss: basketball action Saturday, Sunday and Monday!

Four mixed teams from Kitimat and Kitamaat Village

Don’t miss: basketball action Saturday, Sunday and Monday!
(Image flickr.com)

Closer to home

Local reaction to Chevron’s withdrawal from Kitimat LNG

(Image flickr.com)
Wind warning in effect for Haida Gwaii, coastal region

Wind warning in effect for Haida Gwaii, coastal region

Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring

Wind warning in effect for Haida Gwaii, coastal region
Year in Review: Part 1

Year in Review: Part 1

A look back to 2019’s biggest stories

Year in Review: Part 1
Dan Martin puts while Winston Michell lines up his shot. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Year in Review: Part 2

A look back to 2019’s biggest stories

Dan Martin puts while Winston Michell lines up his shot. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
Kadee Masch, Kenzie Loran, Save On Foods’ John Riecker and First Canada’s Paul Le Black, Marcella Velissimo and Shannon Snow pack the donations during the Stuff The Bus event held on November 30. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Hamper drive gets a welcome boost, from a bus!

There’s still time!

Kadee Masch, Kenzie Loran, Save On Foods’ John Riecker and First Canada’s Paul Le Black, Marcella Velissimo and Shannon Snow pack the donations during the Stuff The Bus event held on November 30. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
Tough tourney for Kitamaat teams

Tough tourney for Kitamaat teams

Haisla Masters, Intermediates both in third place

Tough tourney for Kitamaat teams
WIN with the  Northern Sentinel  and author Lucy Goncalves

WIN with the Northern Sentinel and author Lucy Goncalves

Deadline for entries is this Friday

WIN with the  Northern Sentinel  and author Lucy Goncalves
Northern Sentinel Sports Diary

Northern Sentinel Sports Diary

Who’s playing, where and when!

Northern Sentinel Sports Diary
District of Kitimat councillor Mario Feldhoff asks the Kitimat RCMP delegation. (Image kitimat.ca)

Kitimat won’t be affected by provincial RCMP budget cuts

‘There will be some belt-tightening, though’ - acting detachment commander

District of Kitimat councillor Mario Feldhoff asks the Kitimat RCMP delegation. (Image kitimat.ca)
Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Project calls for pipe, diffuser, on seabed floor

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application
Teams from North Delta and South Delta battle for the puck.                                Black Press Media file photo

‘Midget’ no more: Sweeping division name changes coming to minor hockey in Canada

Alpha-numeric division names will be used for the 2020-2021 season and beyond

Teams from North Delta and South Delta battle for the puck.                                Black Press Media file photo
WANTED: Damien Shanoss

WANTED: Damien Shanoss

Kispiox resident know to visit Terrace

WANTED: Damien Shanoss
Saved by his dog, rescued by the kindness of Kitimatians

Saved by his dog, rescued by the kindness of Kitimatians

Al Earl loses everything in a house fire

Saved by his dog, rescued by the kindness of Kitimatians
A clean sweep for Haisla basketball

A clean sweep for Haisla basketball

Kincolith intermediates, masters, visit Kitamaat Village

A clean sweep for Haisla basketball
The Atom Orange in action. (Photo supplied)

Atoms narrowly miss out on gold

Narrowly lose after a four-game winning streak

The Atom Orange in action. (Photo supplied)
Dementia Home fundraising campaign gets a big boost

Dementia Home fundraising campaign gets a big boost

$1.2 million and counting!

Dementia Home fundraising campaign gets a big boost
Provincial government tosses forest industry a lifeline

Provincial government tosses forest industry a lifeline

Building code changes will see more wood used in construction

Provincial government tosses forest industry a lifeline