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Northwest RBA communities divide up $250M infrastructure grant

Northwest RBA communities divide up $250M infrastructure grant

Provincial grant earmarked for local infrastructure projects
Deadly crash in B.C. causes Sunday road closure

Deadly crash in B.C. causes Sunday road closure

2-vehicle collision follows series of fatal crashes throughout province
Opening gala announced for local landscape artist, Rebecca Lapierre

Opening gala announced for local landscape artist, Rebecca Lapierre

The Kitimat Museum & Archives is set to showcase “Calm Reflections of Untamed Shores,” an exhibit by local artist Rebecca Lapierre with an opening gala July 19.
Highway 1 reopens after crash near Boston Bar, 2 dead

Highway 1 reopens after crash near Boston Bar, 2 dead

Details still scarce over crash that killed 2 people
Update: Little Oliver Creek fire triples in size

Update: Little Oliver Creek fire triples in size

A second out of control fire in northwest B.C. has now been discovered south of Prince Rupert on the Ecstall River
Kitimat home sales steady despite decline in value

Kitimat home sales steady despite decline in value

Kitimat experienced a slight decrease in the total value of property sales in the first half of 2024, despite maintaining a consistent number of transactions compared to the same period last year.
Council OKs post-work development permit

Council OKs post-work development permit

Kitimat council has approved a development permit for a multi-family building at 40 Petrel Street, while also emphasizing the need for residents to ensure they have the proper permits before beginning construction.
Update: Air tankers play key role in northwest B.C. wildfire battle

Update: Air tankers play key role in northwest B.C. wildfire battle

Airtankers dropped retardant on a wildfire northeast of Terrace this morning between its southwest flank and Hwy16 to slow its growth and push it into the alpine.
Weather conditions are exacerbating wildfire risks in northern B.C.

Weather conditions are exacerbating wildfire risks in northern B.C.

The BC Wildfire Service has said extreme heat and volatile conditions have heightened the wildfire risk across northern B.C.
Federal minister visits Haisla amid Cedar LNG negotiations

Federal minister visits Haisla amid Cedar LNG negotiations

Canada has committed to the project, but discussions around details are ongoing