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Oil spill responders 'not happy' with federal office closure

Oil spill responders 'not happy' with federal office closure

Staff shift comes amid plans to twin pipeline, increase tankers

Kitimat remains most affordable northern community

Kitimat remains as the most affordable community in Northern B.C. when it comes to home ownership.

School water quality addressed with flushing

A water flushing program has been successful in reducing the amounts of lead and copper in the water supply at Kitimat public schools.
Teachers to yank after-school activities, face LRB order on report cards

Teachers to yank after-school activities, face LRB order on report cards

BCTF votes 73 per cent to withdraw extra-curricular activities as ruling orders teachers to complete report cards

Coast Mountains school district adopts two-week spring break

Longer break to help those going on a spring vacation

Engineer speaks to pipeline safety in Kitimat

A geotechnical engineer working for Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines said he believes in the safety of the project.

Development permit application for Tim Hortons filed in Kitimat

Work is to take place on the double double to get Tim Hortons into Kitimat.

Larger pipe okay for Pacific Trails, says EAO

The Pacific Trails Pipeline has been okayed for a larger pipe diameter to Kitimat.
Report addresses housing needs for Kitimat

Report addresses housing needs for Kitimat

Kitimat’s new Comprehensive Housing Needs Assessment calls out an immediate need for 217 units of affordable rental or supportive housing.

Concept of new mall hotel for Kitimat displayed in City Centre

A conceptual look at a proposed hotel for City Centre Mall is now on display in the mall's upper level entrance.