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On May 15, 2021, eight teams from MEMSS graduating class set off…
The advisory is due to increased turbidity levels in the Kitimat River
BC Cone Zone Campaign aims to reduce the number of deaths and injuries to roadside workers
The district plans on the new bridge being operational by 2023.
Campers are being directed to stay at the Riverlodge parking lot for the time being
accommodations are not available for temporary workers who indirectly work on the LNG Canada project
TCYHA is an association that promotes the development and maintenance of the Yellowhead Corridor
following health orders, the Kitimat Concert Association push back the concert season for 2022.
The residential school was operated by the Catholic Church from 1890 to 1969
Ex-fire chief still contributing where he can
The marvellous and treacherous parts of the Douglas Channel and its adjacent waterways
Mountainview Lodge is getting a new bus so residents can start enjoying some fun activities again.
The TSWA is using food to challenge and identify the racial divide in the community.
Level three charging station is expected to be installed before the fall of 2021
“Some men don’t like to express themselves because it steers away from their hyper-masculine lens”
The Province plans to increasing collaboration on mutual interests with Indigenous governments
Votes were split between the council as Kitimat already has a sanctioned hockey team
The piles serve as a foundation to secure the stability of the LNG processing modules
Travel bug Roop puts down the suitcase to enjoy the scenery
The top spot for chief councillor is between Jefferey Sherstabetoff, Paula Smith, and Crystal Smith.