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Healthy bodies, fit minds, while having fun

Eight-week-long Mind Fit program to incorporate physical activity into wellness.

Kitimat elections – three new faces on council

Councillors Mary Murphy and Larry Walker failed to win over the voters.

Six grizzlies destroyed since June

Conservation officials call on Kitimat residents to clean up their act

Supporting Love You campaign means supporting Kitimat General Hospital

Support women’s health programs in Kitimat and fill the trees in the window

When the popular vote isn’t that popular

I’m thinking about common sense or lack thereof

Don’t miss the flu clinics!

Many opportunities to have your shot

Book winner gifts her prize to Unifor

The winner chose to remain anonymous

Riparian project addressing loss of fish breeding habitat

A sustainable forest helps restore salmon habitat

ELECTION DAY: Polls are closed in Kitimat

Voters in 162 municipalities in B.C. set to elect mayor, council, school board and more

Funds raised, pig kissed

Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School Terry Fox Run raised $1,147

Kitimat stalwart George Thom commemorated by District

“My dad loved Kitimat. His pride and joy was working for the city.”

LNG Canada FID underscores need for trades training

“The partnerships I see here today are very satisfying.” - Ellis Ross

Thank you, Team Gilbert!

Delivering your newspaper, come rain come shine.

Winterhawks Midget Reps start their season off with a big win

The team stunned the team from Prince Rupert with a 10 - 1 victory.

Free seminars to boost your small business

Space is limited, so register quickly

The FID deal clincher – red and white lawn signs

“In this town a lawn sign movement was born.” - LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz.

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs say no to approved LNG pipeline

Rundown of support, opposition and what $40-billion LNG investment means for BC and Bulkley Valley.

B.C. Greens will vote against LNG Canada going ahead

Liberal MLA Ellis Ross says party might vote to break deadlock