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The isolated incident occurred last Friday, and the employee passed away on Sunday in hospital
“How many more years is this going to continue?”: Kitimat resident wants better District response to front yard sinkholes
The sinkholes are caused by an aging storm sewer, which the District says they are working to fix.
"A Story of the Engineering of the Kemano-Kitimat Transmission Line" is a fun and intelligent read.
The project excavation work has been shut down since late March for COVID-19 safety.
Many are choosing to celebrate locally amidst travel restrictions this August long weekend.
Resilience BC aims to provide anti-hate and anti-racism support in 40 communities around B.C.
The Haisla community will keep their restricted access checkpoint up for now, for COVID-19 safety.
Social media posts ran rampant when six Catholic nuns were seen driving around Northwest B.C.
“Businesses helping businesses”: Kitimat Economic Recovery Task Force hosts virtual ‘Lunch & Learn’ sessions for local business owners
The Lunch & Learns are part of Phase One of the ERTF initiative to help support local businesses.
The government will be providing an annual funding contribution of $6 million to begin in 2022-23.
The car drove off the road, crashed, and subsequently caught fire, KSAR and Kitimat RCMP said.
Community members notified of possible exposure; Old Massett, Skidegate set curfews
“In the business of protecting what people tell us is sensitive”: Coastal Response Program maps out sensitive areas along B.C. coast
The program helps further identify and protect high-risk oil spill areas along the West Coast.
Keys on how logging is carried out
Paranormal North Coast British Columbia recently checked out PF Bistro at City Centre Mall.
Haisla elders will be recorded speaking in Haislakala, with hopes of collecting 12,000-17,000 words.
Bears aren't necessarily more assertive this year, there's just a higher number than average.
KSAR and Kitimat RCMP confirmed the owner lost the recently-discovered kayak a couple of weeks ago.
The funds will be used to support the construction of second stage and affordable rental housing.
Kitimat received $150,000 to help provide flood preparation and support, to mitigate future risks.