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Summer day programs opened today, with restrictions, at Kitimat Museum and Archives and Riverlodge.
Authors from Kitimat and Kitamaat Village made the CBC's list of bestselling Canadian fiction books.
“I’m retiring from the paper, not from the community!”: Kitimat Northern Sentinel publisher Louisa Genzale retires
Former coworkers of Genzale reflect on her time at Black Press and wish her good luck going forward.
The bus went out of use about two years ago, isolating many seniors in the Kitimat community.
It may be ‘ruff’ but it’s not ‘im-paw-sible’: how the Kitimat Humane Society has been impacted throughout COVID-19
Adoption practices, fundraising among changes made at KCHS during COVID-19.
A bird native to Asia was spotted at Minette Bay recently, bringing in birders from all over B.C.
The vote was unanimous and the janitors will look to begin contract negotiations going forward.
Plans are in the works to update and reopen the two accomodations at 650 and 656 Kuldo Blvd.
Backlog of surgeries in area could take two years to clear
“It’s not as hard as people think”: Local family’s annual tradition of biking from Kitimat to Terrace
A Kitimat family has made it an annual summer tradition to bike from Kitimat to Terrace.
“We’re trying to do the best we can”: Coastal GasLink trying to ensure access for locals to preferred fishing area amidst pipeline construction
The CGL pipeline route goes under the river at the Lower Dyke, a favourite fishing area for locals.
“Where are these guys going to go?”: Kitimat locals concerned as Coastal GasLink Pipeline construction takes over favoured fishing location
CGL pipeline construction has been blocking off the Lower Dyke for fishing between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The Kitimat Food Share program is using this time to increase their impact in the community.
Rebecca Johnson will be interacting with B.C.'s minor hockey players on June 25.
“Canoe building is alive in Haisla Nation”: Haisla man using ancestral methods to construct cedar log canoe
Tome Cordeiro wants to help bring back the tradition of canoe building to the Haisla community.
Clean energy program aims to help shift remote Kitasoo/Xai’xais First Nation community to renewable energy sources
The First Nation community of Klemtu is transitioning to renewable energy for future sustainability.
Phase One involves several campaigns to help local businesses overcome COVID-19 related challenges.
Despite the rain, there was a line up outside Radley Park an hour before it opened Friday morning.