Gerry Leibel

IT’S A GO! Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat 

Watch the FID signing ceremony LIVE on Tuesday morning, 8 a.m. at Riverlodge

‘Jacking’ Tenants at 4.5% – An Idiot’s Guide to Rent Increases

The list of a landlord’s financial responsibilities is long and usually costly.

Blues queen Chiarelli kicks for concert season in Kitimat

Remember, season passes also make wonderful gifts!

Food Drive collects over 7,000 lbs of food

I would like to thank all our volunteers, big and small.

Hirsohima seeds a potent reminder of the futility of war

This tree was alive in that part of Hiroshima where everything around it was rubble, dead.

Shrinkflation – when you’re left with two extra buns and no more wieners

They might stop before there is only one peanut in the bag

Troy and Carl – Kitimat’s next movie stars?

“The whole family is behind Troy and his puppet making.”

Horgan says B.C. LNG industry more likely under NDP government

B.C. Liberals added costs to the projects that scared off investors

Focus groups important for age-friendly policy

These results will drive the age-friendly action plan

Healthy school fundraisers: a win-win for schools and families

Fundraisers can be a great opportunity to promote healthy eating

Ice Demons get an early start on the ice

The players are determined to score wins in this year’s league.

Is it a car? Is it a buggy? Yes, all of the above

Riverbank cleanup nets some odd items

55+ Games athletes compete for gold

70 athletes from Zone 10 are competing

Have a heart! Register for organ donation

Robin Lapointe talks about his heart transplant

It’s a first for Kitimat – an all-inclusive playground

“We soon realized that just adding one piece of equipment was not enough”

Rock on!

The Readman family spend quality time together

Rotary District Governor visits Kitimat

“We saw the devastation and wondered what could be done to help.”

Don’t miss out on IMAGINE grants

Organizations can apply for up to $5,000 for their projects

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility