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Dogs at the Kitimat Community Humane Society. July 2, 2020. Photo by Clare Rayment.

Senior dog adoption event at Kitimat Pet Valu, meet your new best friend

Three to five senior pups will be availible for adoption Feb. 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Dogs at the Kitimat Community Humane Society. July 2, 2020. Photo by Clare Rayment.
Non-functional, unsecured sediment fence allows contaminated water to flow through. (Photo courtesy of EAO)

$213K fine issued to Coastal GasLink pipeline for environmental breach near Kitimat

Environmental Assessment Office issued penalty for non-compliance with environmental regulations

Non-functional, unsecured sediment fence allows contaminated water to flow through. (Photo courtesy of EAO)
2 white rabbits chillin in some hay (Debra Walley BC SPCA)

The Year of the Rabbit promises good luck. Here’s what to know before adopting one.

Pet rabbits take a lot of work but are sure to bring happiness to loving guardians, the BC SPCA says

2 white rabbits chillin in some hay (Debra Walley BC SPCA)
Pictured left to right, Lois Mendel, Daniel with Archer, Breanna with baby Janice, Lois Godfrey, Ann Ferguson and Armel Kennedy. (Submitted by Aileen Ponter)

It’s a girl: Last Kitimat baby born in 2022 at Kitimat General Hospital

The second child of proud parents Breanna and Daniel Thompson was born Dec. 6

Pictured left to right, Lois Mendel, Daniel with Archer, Breanna with baby Janice, Lois Godfrey, Ann Ferguson and Armel Kennedy. (Submitted by Aileen Ponter)
Sparky the Dog vs Safety bear shaking hands as part of the Guns n Hoses charity fundraiser in Kitimat, B.C. on Thursday morning (Jan. 19, 2023) (Contributed by Sandra Capezzuto)

Safety Bear vs Sparky the Dog: Pregame race kicks off countdown to Guns-N-Hoses match

Kitimat RCMP and firefighters will face off Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. for the first time in four years

Sparky the Dog vs Safety bear shaking hands as part of the Guns n Hoses charity fundraiser in Kitimat, B.C. on Thursday morning (Jan. 19, 2023) (Contributed by Sandra Capezzuto)
Abel Walker, a Canadian child and beneficiary of the War Amp CHAMP program. (The War Amp contributed photo)

War Amps key tags to be available in Kitimat, benefiting childrens amputee program

The key tag program provides support and funding for services such as CHAMP.

Abel Walker, a Canadian child and beneficiary of the War Amp CHAMP program. (The War Amp contributed photo)
Burned building 1064 Nalabila Blvd. Kitimat taken Jan. 18, 2023. (Misty Johnsen/Northern Sentinel

Kitimat fire crews, RCMP investigating possibly suspicious blaze

Fire department says that the fire started Tuesday night (Jan. 17)

Burned building 1064 Nalabila Blvd. Kitimat taken Jan. 18, 2023. (Misty Johnsen/Northern Sentinel