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The new president and CEO of the Business Council of BC, Greg D’Avignon, was in Kitimat last week as part of his quest “to understand different parts of the province and economy.”
But he also brought a message to those he met: “The sun is rising for BC, not setting.”
It may be some way from being launched, but mayor Joanne Monaghan is excited by a proposed ferry service that would take in Kitimat, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Hartley Bay and Klemtu.
I heard it again and again during council’s three day deliberations on this year’s municipal budget.These are tough times.
After 14 months off the job, I sat down with Rio Tinto Alcan’s Paul Henning to find out what had happened on the Kitimat Modernisation Project in my absence and what was coming up this year.
Having covered Kitimat Health Advocacy Group meetings, I can’t help admiring the members’ dedication and determination when it comes to protecting health care in this community.
If federal Fisheries minister Gail Shea thought her February 15 announcement on halibut allocation for 2011 was an end to the matter for now, she quickly found out otherwise.
For all Enbridge’s assurances about its proposed Northern Gateway Project, Dieter Wagner remains unconvinced.
Apache Canada and EOG Canada are sole owners of the planned Pacific Trail Pipeline that will feed the LNG plant they are looking at building in Kitimat.