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Take a look at the events happening in Burns Lake this month
The province sees a future for Uber-like car services but Kitimat taxi companies don't see a future for it in Kitimat.
The future looks good for a better relationship between Unifor 2300 and the town council after a bitter strike.
Northern Health says they're distributing transportation funding more equitably, meaning Kitimat will pay more for the Skeena route.
A proposal to build an oil refinery in the Kitimat Valley has filed its project description with government regulators.
LNG Canada announced it has received a permit from the Oil and Gas Commission for its proposed facility in Kitimat.
Unifor 2301 is seeking support from the government to lobby on their behalf against mandatory overtime at the smelter.
A proposal to create a temporary winter walkway in the Kildala area came with a number of challenges, said Kitimat staff.
Enbridge may look to late 2016 for a final investment decision on the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal.
A plan for 40 more Kitimat townhouses has been put forward for the lot of land on Kingfisher behind the north end of Margetts Street.
An Insights West poll shows perception on government's handling of LNG file is dimming.
The proponent for an oil refinery near Kitimat says rail is a viable alternative to using pipelines to supply the facility.
Leonard Kerkhoff introduced council to a proposal to build a manufactured home park in Kitimat adjacent to another project.
The Kitimat Marine Rescue Society is below their average for distress calls on the Douglas Channel this year.
New baler will improve operations at Kitimat's non-profit recycling depot.
A health program at the Kitimat Seniors Centre has them participating in Chair Yoga.
The annual statement of financial information shows salaries for District employees earning more than $75,000.
Kitimat is featured in a cartoon from the book You Might Be From British Columbia If...
An incremental treaty agreement has given land to the Haisla which has taken decades to sort out.
Kitimat and Terrace had received word that 2016 would be when door-to-door mail was ending, until this latest development.