Rod Link

Access to naloxone kits made easier

They’re now available from pharmacies

Mills Memorial Hospital financing formula released

Regional taxpayers to pay $113.7 million for new facility.

How the provincial budget will play out in northwestern B.C.

Price of gasoline to rise and expect MSP premiums to disppear

Airport registers modest passenger increase

Manager anticipates further growth in 2018 as expansion project nears completion

Northwest Community College board appointments made

New board members have NDP flavour

New hospital staffer receives rent subsidy

“We hope news of the subsidy spreads to others interested in coming to Kitimat.”

Pacific Western takes over BC Transit contract as of April 1

Current transit employees have to apply to new provider

District eyes more than $1 million for walkways

Expenditure includes updating sections

DoK to spend $3.5 million on two projects

Nearly $2 million to be spent on erosion protection at Radley Park

Low prices pay off for house hunters in 2017

“Most communities have seen an increase in sales when compared to last year.”

Natural gas pipeline repairs could cost consumers

Last fall’s heavy rains exposed sections of Pacific Northern Gas pipeline

Environment Canada says removing weather buoy won’t affect boaters

“We just don’t know that we’ll be into the bad stuff until we’re out there.” - Hittel

Refurbishing line is still cheaper

BC Hyrdo says the $15 million spent hasn’t gone to waste

Townhall will update Kitimat on LNG projects

“This is a chance for our voice to be heard,” said Johnston.

Uplifting news for Kitimat Museum Archives

The District of Kitimat will put the project out to tender

Airport registers modest passenger increase

Manager anticipates further growth in 2018 as expansion project nears completion

CDC’s housing section looking for new home

CDC executive director says it has until Jan. 31 to move out.

Former mayor Ray Brady passes away

“What I can say is that he was passionate about his beliefs and he would fight for them.”

Kitimat registers biggest drop in property assessments

The residential property in the north with the highest value was $2.892 million

CMSD school repair costs hit the roof

The work in Kitimat replaced roofs which had passed their life expectancy