Northern Sentinel Staff

Smoke from a fire at Kitimat Trailer Court Jan. 19 obscures the road. (Misty Johnsen/ Northern Sentinel)

One dead in Kitimat trailer park fire

Two residents escaped and were treated in hospital for fire-related injuries

Smoke from a fire at Kitimat Trailer Court Jan. 19 obscures the road. (Misty Johnsen/ Northern Sentinel)
(File photo)

Crews responded to fire on Nalabila Blvd. on Nov. 20

No injuries were reported; cause of fire under investigation

(File photo)
Representatives of the Coast Mountain Children’s Society (left to right) Tania Pigeon, Ashley Phillips, Danis Latimer, accompanied by Devrie Sanghera, Community Engagement Advisor at Rio Tinto, in front of the new van.(Submitted photo)

Rio Tinto invests in Coast Mountain Children’s Society’s child care program

The Company invested $88,000 that went towards a pick-up van for children

Representatives of the Coast Mountain Children’s Society (left to right) Tania Pigeon, Ashley Phillips, Danis Latimer, accompanied by Devrie Sanghera, Community Engagement Advisor at Rio Tinto, in front of the new van.(Submitted photo)
An incident involving a vehicle collision was reported in Kitimat on the . (Black Press file photo)

UPDATE: No injuries reported in Kitimat motor vehicle collision

A single motor vehicle incident occurred on Hwy 37 near the Kitimat dump this morning

An incident involving a vehicle collision was reported in Kitimat on the . (Black Press file photo)
A water quality advisory has been issued for Kitimat until further notice. (Black Press file photo)

UPDATE: Water quality advisory lifted for Kitimat

The advisory was issued on Oct. 28.

A water quality advisory has been issued for Kitimat until further notice. (Black Press file photo)
(Keili Bartlett)

Coast Mountain college to offer early childhood education training in Kitimat

The ECE certificate program will host 14 students at the Kitimat campus from Jan. to Dec. 2023

(Keili Bartlett)
Kitimat RCMP and RBC staff held a fraud prevention workshop for Kitimat residents on Oct. 3. (Supplied photo)

RCMP and RBC hold fraud prevention workshop for Kitimat residents

The workshop took place on Oct. 3 at the Kitimat Seniors Centre.

Kitimat RCMP and RBC staff held a fraud prevention workshop for Kitimat residents on Oct. 3. (Supplied photo)
The IIO is investigating after a police dog bit a man during a traffic stop near Ladysmith on April 17, 2021. (Black Press Media stock photo)

Kitimat RCMP removed 40 impaired drivers off roads between June and October 2022

The police are asking the public to exercise caution and not drink and drive

The IIO is investigating after a police dog bit a man during a traffic stop near Ladysmith on April 17, 2021. (Black Press Media stock photo)
Haisla elders unveiled and blessed the artwork outside the new Haisla Health Centre in a ceremony Sept. 15. (Misty Johnsen/Northern Sentinel)
Haisla elders unveiled and blessed the artwork outside the new Haisla Health Centre in a ceremony Sept. 15. (Misty Johnsen/Northern Sentinel)
Photo taken in front of raised flags in Kitamaat Village on Sept. 30, 2021. (Submitted photo/Cameron Orr)

Walk held in Kitamaat Village on to honour residential school survivors

Haisla Nation raises flag for truth and reconciliation

Photo taken in front of raised flags in Kitamaat Village on Sept. 30, 2021. (Submitted photo/Cameron Orr)
Olympic hopeful Zach Dumas will have to put his dream on hold

Olympic hopeful Zach Dumas will have to put his dream on hold

Coronavirus stops his bid for Olympic qualification

Olympic hopeful Zach Dumas will have to put his dream on hold
Kitimat curler Kemper wins off the sheet

Kitimat curler Kemper wins off the sheet

He’s one of only 16 to receive a scholarship

Kitimat curler Kemper wins off the sheet
A scene from Anne of Green Gables - The Ballet. (Image canadasballetjorgen.ca)

Presenting: Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet

Don’t miss this performance of a classic Canadian story

A scene from Anne of Green Gables - The Ballet. (Image canadasballetjorgen.ca)
WIN with the Northern Sentinel

WIN with the Northern Sentinel

Kitimat Chronicles: Volume 4, the final installment of Kitimat author Walter Thorne’s collection

WIN with the Northern Sentinel
Human rights should trump corporate convenience

Human rights should trump corporate convenience

The government’s role in this is to defend all our rights, not allow companies to circumvent them

Human rights should trump corporate convenience
Dr. Greg DePape demonstrates the setup in the telehealth room at West Coast General Hospital in Port Alberni, B.C. (File photo)

All we end up with are more reports and mumblings

Patients are making long journeys to visit specialists

Dr. Greg DePape demonstrates the setup in the telehealth room at West Coast General Hospital in Port Alberni, B.C. (File photo)
Barb Campbell, Carl Whicher, Linda and Doug Thomson, Janet Tomayer, Cynthia Medeiros and Rob Goffinet mark the transfer of funds from the Hospital Foundation to KVHS. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Dementia Care Home gets another cash injection

Nearly $93,000 added to fund

Barb Campbell, Carl Whicher, Linda and Doug Thomson, Janet Tomayer, Cynthia Medeiros and Rob Goffinet mark the transfer of funds from the Hospital Foundation to KVHS. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
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Food Bank Christmas Hamper final report

Apologies for anyone that we missed out on thanking – there are so many!

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Northern B.C.’s own Mark Perry comes to Kitimat

Northern B.C.’s own Mark Perry comes to Kitimat

Sinking ferries, rising rivers and buying a car with two cords of wood

Northern B.C.’s own Mark Perry comes to Kitimat
The snow is deep – time for sledding

The snow is deep – time for sledding

But before you leave, some simple safety tips from Avalance BC

The snow is deep – time for sledding
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