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Kitimat visitors greeted by new sign

Sherrie Little wins a big prize

Kitimat’s Sherrie Little was the lucky winner of a diamond ring from…

Calling all young, ambitious Kitimat youth

The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards North awaits!

Chalkdust and memories

A new beginning in a new school district

  • Mar 1, 2019

Weight is not the biggest, or only, indicator of health

How can you support youth to promote a healthy body image?

  • Feb 22, 2019

Eye care – do you?

“We are very grateful for Fusion Eye Care’s enthusiastic support of this project.”

Kitimat Hillclimb 2019
A Night At The Movies #2
Trudeau on Trans Mountain and climate action

Legion calls for nominations for medal recipients

Legion is calling for nominations from the public for veterans to receive medals

Culturally insensitive totem pole to be replaced in Kitimat

Officials with the District of Kitimat say a Haisla carver will create a new pole, expected to be raised by October.

Kitimat loses federal homeless funding

After losing a federal grant of $85,000, Kitimat’s housing support services have to find a new funding source, or their doors will close

French Immersion options to be voted on tonight

The Coast Mountains 82 School District board will vote on six options presented by the superintendent

Missing woman in Kitimat

On Tuesday March 28th 2017, Kelly Nancy CLIFTON, 27 years of age was reported missing to the Kitimat RCMP.

Local author shortlisted for BC Book Prizes 2017

Local writer Kathleen Cherry’s latest novel has been shortlisted for the 2017 BC Book Prizes

Telus investing $12 million in Kitimat for fibre optic network

Telus will be investing in order to connect 90 per cent of homes and businesses to the fibre optic network

Prince Rupert LNG shelved by Shell

LNG Canada project in Kitimat still "actively progressing"

Bantam Rep Winterhawks fundraising for Provincials

The team is hoping to cover some of the travel costs to Cranbrook March 19 to 22

Thousands of patient scans taken at northwest hospital being reviewed

Northern Health Authority says a radiologist working at Mills Memorial Hospital is on “voluntary leave” after discrepancies found in scans

Be on the lookout for White Nose Syndrome

The Skeena Community Bat Project is asking for the public to keep an eye out for White Nose Syndrome in the regions bat population.

Fraser Institute rankings released

The Fraser Institute has released its latest round of school rankings for BC, with shifts in Kitimat schools across the board.

Northern Health looks to address poverty

Higher minimum wage and income assistance could be potential solutions

Kitimat sees population decrease in 2016 census

The District of Kitimat's population shrank -2.4 per cent from 2011 to 2016, according to the latest census data.