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City councillor Bob Corless delivered a warning to the Kitimat Health Advocacy Group at its last meeting - don’t change course.
Enbridge officials say the chance of an oil spill on the water is far from inevitable, the record of new pipelines is clean and, contrary to public perception, not all First Nations are opposed to the project.
When NDP official opposition leader Jack Layton announced his shadow cabinet Thursday, Nathan Cullen’s name was not on the list.
Last week we were treated to the provincial government unveiling its plan to offer a big enough financial incentive - aka bribe - to get British Columbians to back the HST in the upcoming referendum.
It was contract signing day again at Rio Tinto Alcan last Tuesday as the company announced who had secured the job of putting in the underground utility corridor.
So now we know who our new municipal manager - or whatever title he is going to bear - is going to be.
It was a tough decision, admits president Barb Hall, but KUTE (Kitimat Understanding the Environment) has decided it has to end its cardboard and paper pick up.
Stephen Wuori, Enbridge’s president for Liquids Pipelines, last week issued a call to fight back against the “rumour, misinformation and myth” being circulated by opponents of the energy industry.
If premier Christy Clark wants to continue to draw a distinction between herself and past premier Gordon Campbell, she should trash the lunatic set-up her predecessor put in place during his “green” period.
With the vote to finally adopt this year’s city budget having been taken, here’s what the municipal portion of 2011 tax bills will look like and the changes compared to last year.
WHILE THE Kitimat smelter modernization project may still be waiting for full Rio Tinto Alcan board approval, Jacynthe Cote, president and CEO of the company’s primary metal division, said May 13 that total expenditures by year’s end will have reached $700 million.
So what’s my problem with the city’s position on Section 226 - Revitalization Tax Exemptions - of the Community Charter?
One of the things council has to do as part of its budget process is pass a five year financial plan for the municipality.
Retire in Kitimat is more than happy with the results of its March foray into the trade show world.
Nathan Cullen’s comments about Enbridge CEO Pat Daniel (Sentinel, April 6) have drawn the ire of Colin Kinsley.
With the vanishing of the snow drifts in my yard, one of the highlights of Spring is the resulting and stunning display of crocus I get to enjoy.
The Northern Gateway project was bound to be an election issue in Skeena, but Enbridge CEO Pat Daniel moved it to the national stage last Thursday.
There were lots of smiles at Kitimat Valley Institute last Wednesday afternoon, especially on the faces of the representatives of the companies that had just landed a couple of lucrative contracts.
LNG Partners LLC, the outfit that has been contemplating an LNG export facility here for a couple of years, has now signalled it is ready to go for it.
City council has finally finalised its 2011 budget.