Jessica Jones

Haisla get land to work with LNG proponents

Haisla Framework Agreement gives them option to buy or least 700 hectares.

Lapointe stands out in business recognition program

The people at Lapointe Engineering Ltd. say they are honoured to receive the best overall award.

Tryouts begin next week for Kitimat Ice Demons

Tryouts begin for the Kitimat Ice Demons on Sept. 4, and run Sept. 5 and 6th.

Lapointe Engineering wins overall in Business Recognition Program

The Kitimat Business Recognition Program have chosen Lapointe Engineering and Project Management as the first place overall winners.

Response to Kitimat refinery plans swift and varied

Response to plans for a $13 billion refinery in the Kitimat valley came quickly following the announcement by David Black.

$13-billion oil refinery proposed for Kitimat area

David Black, owner of Black Press, announced this morning plans to construct a $13 billion oil refinery in the Kitimat area

JRP final hearings to bypass Kitimat

City Council dumbfounded that such a crucial area to the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline Project would not host hearing.

Kitimat comes to aid of fallen cyclist

Cyclist overwhelmed by professional and prompt response from local citizens

The heavy machinery was in operation Monday morning breaking ground on the site of the new Tim Hortons. The restaurant is scheduled to open December 1.

Tim Hortons arriving Dec. 1

Oviatt Construction has began breaking ground for a new Tim Hortons restaurant in Kitimat.

The heavy machinery was in operation Monday morning breaking ground on the site of the new Tim Hortons. The restaurant is scheduled to open December 1.
Bill Whitty

B.C. Seniors Games prize draw held

A winner from each of the zones three major communities of Kitimat, Prince Rupert, and Terrace all were drawn.

Bill Whitty
The Heron Park wading pool seen here has been sitting idle for three consecutive summers. City council recently decided to restore the pool.

Wading Pools to be restored

The Nechako and Kildala wading pools are being restored after remaining idle the past two summers

The Heron Park wading pool seen here has been sitting idle for three consecutive summers. City council recently decided to restore the pool.

NDP Leader Dix meets with Kitimat Council

NDP Leader Adrian Dix sat down for breakfast last week to discuss some hot topics with Kitimat City Council

RTA and Union shake hands

After long hours of negotiations both RTA and the union have reached an agreement.

The Kootenay to Kitimat caravan’s ‘Geezer Gang’ of Jim Terral

Kootenay to Kitimat Caravan arrives at it’s destination

The Douglas Channel Watch committee hosted a rally for the Kootenay to Kitimat Caravan.

The Kootenay to Kitimat caravan’s ‘Geezer Gang’ of Jim Terral

Nurses suffer from insufficient staffing levels

Hospitals in the North West are having a major nursing shortage

Courtney Berdan holds a live crab for the first time ever at Crab River. Berdan was one of the NWCC students who traveled to the pristine Kitlope ecosystem.

Students from NWCC traveled the Kitlope Ecosystem.

North West Community College students took part in the Kitlope Field School program.

Courtney Berdan holds a live crab for the first time ever at Crab River. Berdan was one of the NWCC students who traveled to the pristine Kitlope ecosystem.

Small town memories

The thing I look forward to most about weddings, is how they bring people together.

It really is a small world

I've made some unique connections during my brief time here in Kitimat

City grants RTA camp liquor license

City Council has given RTA approval for a primary liquor license for their proposed camp lounge.

Alivia Salema

Marlins splash to medals

Four members of the Kitimat Marlins Swim Club competed at the provincial championships

Alivia Salema