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Northern Sentinel columnist Malcolm Baxter reports what the winter expectation is.
Kitimat was hit suddenly with a massive snow fall over the Family Day weekend.
Sentinel columnist Malcolm Baxter breaks down the numbers of the provincial election and sees how the NDP win.
Former Sentinel editor Malcolm Baxter puts Canada Post in the hot seat in this latest column.
Ex-Northern Sentinel editor weighs in on oil refinery plan in his column Baxyard Banter.
The Kitimat River started eroding the city’s most popular park in 2006 and by the end of the year three sites had been claimed by the river.
The near two-year road to a Joint Review Panel recommendation on the Northern Gateway pipeline project began last Tuesday....
A bouquet to city administration for coming up with a much saner way of handling the annual budget process, as outlined in our page 2 story.
The election is over and next week mayor and council will be sworn in.
Kitimat Municipal Elections held November 19, 2011 final results.
The National Energy Board last week approved a long-term liquefied natural gas export licence for the KM LNG project.
Raised in Kitimat and now living in Smithers, Greg Brown is an environmental consultant who has worked on energy issues for the past decade.
Rio Tinto Alcan is again the target of a law suit relating to its Kenney Dam/reservoir operations.
Saying the voice of the people at the September 20 Enbridge Education Forum matters, Northern Gateway president John Carruthers added people needed to understand all aspects of the project and the company needed to answer their key questions.
A dispute described by Justice Robert Punnett as arising out of “divisive band politics and a conflict over who speaks for the Haisla” ended last Thursday with the BC Supreme Court judge’s decision in a libel law suit.
As promised at the Kitimat Health Advocacy Group meeting, chairman Rob Goffinet took the issue of too few multi-level care beds to the Standing Committee on Finance meeting in Smithers.
Haisla chief councillor Ellis Ross may not have used up his full time allotment at last Tuesday’s Northern Gateway Educational Forum, but his brevity took nothing away from the message.
While KM LNG waits for a definitive answer from BC Hydro, premier Christy Clark says there will be no problem with electrical supply to the plant - at least the first phase.
“I think British Columbia is going to be the economic engine of Canada and I think the Northwest is going to be the economic engine of BC.”
The Kitimat Health Advocacy Group (KHAG) is dipping into its bank account to help a couple of local health professionals upgrade.