Local News

Youth summit a first for Kitimat

Attendance is open to youths from Kitimat, Kitamaat Village and Terrace

Diver airlifted following accident at navy shipwreck

The diver was kept in the chamber while the barge was towed to Hartley Bay

Australian company Woodside ends Grassy Point LNG project

Woodside and Chevron still committed to Kitimat LNG

Northwest B.C. pellet plant to provide energy to Asia

Pinnalce Renewable Holdings and West Fraser Timber approve construction of plant in Smithers.

$100,000 kicks off new wildfire recovery campaign

Campaign looks to “ReLeaf” fire affected areas

U.S. consulate general to visit Northwest

Trip part of the region’s first-ever pop-up consul for American residents

Ottawa proposes strict packaging for cannabis products
No leads on Montreal boy missing since Monday: Police
'New wave' of anti-pipeline protests return to Trans Mountain site
Survivors tell stories at rally against '60s Scoop settlement

School district preparing for increased medical taxes

No word yet if government will assist with cost climb with MSP replacement

New Mills hospital will bump up your taxes

The percentage, however, is less than expected

Kitimat gymnasts start the year off with big wins

Gymnasts also had a day up on Hudson Bay Mountain skiing or snowboarding

  • Mar 10th, 2018

RCMP dares students to say no

The children learn about the effects of tobacco and alcohol on the body

Kitimat residents step forward to help hospital fund

Rick and Andy Wozney, and Leon Dumstrey-Soos dig deep

  • Mar 10th, 2018

Australian company ends Grassy Point LNG project

Another liquefied natural gas project on the North Coast, B.C. ends its commitment

B.C. MLA calls for equal pay in the workplace

Applause greets Surrey South politician’s quest to close economic gap

B.C. police departments to roll out electronic tickets

Starting March 5, five local police departments will try a pilot program to deliver eTickets

Investigation continues into naval fuel spill off B.C.’s West Coast

“As far as we’re concerned, any spill is one spill too many”

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

Price of gasoline to rise and expect MSP premiums to disappear

Graduation rates climb significantly in Coast Mountains School District

Schools are showing increases up to 20 per cent, 30 per cent for Aboriginal students

Saddle up soldier!

Junior Rangers looking for more young people to sign up