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Corner stores, or community bastions

Corner stores, or community bastions

Walter Thorne tracks the history of these vital community features

  • Mar 19, 2020

 

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

Many have left town already

 

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

Many have left town already

 

District of Kitimat staff, Minister Bill Morneau and Haisla Nation Council and LNG Canada representatives celebrate the announcement. (File photo)

Haisla Bridge replacement project kicks off with RFP

Companies are being asked to bid on environmental services

District of Kitimat staff, Minister Bill Morneau and Haisla Nation Council and LNG Canada representatives celebrate the announcement. (File photo)
Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn

Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn

Complaints received after smoke chokes Service Centre

Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn
Reporting minor crimes, with a click of the mouse

Reporting minor crimes, with a click of the mouse

Kitimat, Terrace and Prince Rupert can now report crime online

Reporting minor crimes, with a click of the mouse
The window above the reception desk was also broken.

Vandals cause damage estimated at $3,000

“It was just malicious, stupid, drunken behaviour” - Thwaites

The window above the reception desk was also broken.
WIN with the Northern Sentinel

WIN with the Northern Sentinel

Kitimat Chronicles: Volume 4, the final installment of Kitimat author Walter Thorne’s collection

WIN with the Northern Sentinel
The girls’ team curlers are Kayla Abram, Shylean Bogart, Grace and Ally Feduniak, and Camryn Oliveira, pictured here after winning the ladies B-event at the 51st annual Snowflake curling bonspiel. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Good luck, Kitimat!

Our local athletes compete in the BC Winter Games this weekend

The girls’ team curlers are Kayla Abram, Shylean Bogart, Grace and Ally Feduniak, and Camryn Oliveira, pictured here after winning the ladies B-event at the 51st annual Snowflake curling bonspiel. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
Unifor Local 2301 donates to Tamitik Status of Women
Unifor Local 2301 donates to Tamitik Status of Women
The building was locked, lights off and no staff to be seen. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Man in panda hoodie wanted in connection to northern B.C. bank robbery

RCMP release image of man wanted in connection with robbery

The building was locked, lights off and no staff to be seen. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
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Food Bank Christmas Hamper final report

Apologies for anyone that we missed out on thanking – there are so many!

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It’s on - the 2020 Rail Jam!

It’s on – the 2020 Rail Jam!

Don’t forget to register for the main event

It’s on - the 2020 Rail Jam!
Kitimat My Valley revisited

Kitimat My Valley revisited

No account of history is every completely accurate

  • Jan 31, 2020
Kitimat My Valley revisited
Aluminium Association president and CEO Jean Simard addresses Kitimat Chamber of Commerce members. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Tough year ahead for the aluminium industry

U.S. market is still Canada’s most important

Aluminium Association president and CEO Jean Simard addresses Kitimat Chamber of Commerce members. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
Robin Rowland with two of the pieces from his exhibition at the Kitimat Museum. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Knot to be missed

A photographic exhibition by Kitimat photographer Robin Rowland

Robin Rowland with two of the pieces from his exhibition at the Kitimat Museum. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
Open your heart, open your wallets and Cram that Cruiser!

Open your heart, open your wallets and Cram that Cruiser!

Food Bank event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday

  • Dec 13, 2019
Open your heart, open your wallets and Cram that Cruiser!
Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Project calls for pipe, diffuser, on seabed floor

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application
A guided tour of the new Rio Tinto’s BC Works facility. (File photo)

$662,102

BC Works ordered to pay up following March incident

A guided tour of the new Rio Tinto’s BC Works facility. (File photo)
Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Preparing for an increase in social problems associated with large-scale development

Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding