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TransCanada gets final permits for Coastal GasLink pipeline to Kitimat - ‎14 hours ago‎
The 650-kilometre pipeline would link natural gas fields in northeastern British Columbia to LNG Canada's proposed liquefied natural gas export project in Kitimat, B.C.. The Shell-led LNG Canada consortium is expected to make a final investment ...

Royal Dutch Shell Plc casts fresh doubt on B.C. LNG project due to funding

Financial Post - ‎10 hours ago‎
Royal Dutch Shell Plc. has cast doubts its liquefied natural gas export project in British Columbia will secure a final investment decision (FID) by the end of this year, further dashing the province 's hopes of shipping LNG by 2020.

'Makers earn split in Kitimat

Prince Rupert Northern View - ‎May 4, 2016‎
The Charles Hays Secondary (CHSS) Rainmakers' senior girls soccer team was in action again this weekend, making their first appearance in Kitimat, resulting in a 5-0 loss against Mount Elizabeth Secondary. They bounced back against Smithers with a 2-1 ...
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Enbridge eyes alternate BC ports for Northern Gateway as Notley discusses possibility with Trudeau

National Post - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
The 1,177-kilometre twin Gateway pipeline would transport up to 525,000 barrels of oil a day from near Edmonton to the deepwater port of Kitimat in northwestern B.C., where it would be loaded onto supertankers and shipped to new Pacific Rim markets.

Saving our own: Pup-up adoption event features BC rescue dogs

CTV Vancouver Island - ‎13 hours ago‎
Three adorable puppies rescued from B.C.'s own backyard prove there are still many animals here that need loving homes, a Victoria animal rescue says.

Turquoise Hill Resources posts 1st-quarter profit of $118.9 million

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎10 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) _ Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TRQ) on Thursday reported first-quarter net income of $118.9 million.

Victoria's medical marijuana bylaw deflects concerns about edible pot

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎10 hours ago‎
Victoria's mayor says it's not her job to regulate the quality and safety of the marijuana brownies sold at the city's medical pot dispensaries.

Angus urges PM to call Attawapiskat's chief on mental health crisis

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎10 hours ago‎
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should reach out to the chief of Attawapiskat First Nation as the community continues to grapple with a mental health crisis, Ontario MP Charlie Angus said Thursday.

Economic fallout of Alberta wildfire could spread beyond closed oil operations

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎12 hours ago‎
OTTAWA - The oil-production shutdowns caused by the huge Alberta wildfire pack plenty of potential for broader consequences across the entire Canadian economy, experts say.

Lac-Megantic calls for donations for Fort McMurray fire victims

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎10 hours ago‎
LAC-MEGANTIC, Que. - Donations poured into Lac-Megantic from across Canada in the aftermath of the 2013 rail disaster, and now the Quebec town wants to give back by raising money for the victims of the wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alta.

Critics dissatisfied with finding that clears B.C. premier of alleged conflict

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎15 hours ago‎
VICTORIA - A report from British Columbia's conflict commissioner clears the premier of alleged financial conflicts, but critics are already mulling a judicial review of its findings.

Tim Hortons co-founder appealing blistering ruling in sex-assault suit

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎15 hours ago‎
TORONTO - The billionaire co-founder of Tim Hortons is appealing a court decision that allows a woman's sexual-assault lawsuit against him to go to trial, his lawyer said Thursday.

Two wildfires in northeast B.C. combine into single 10000 hectare blaze

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎7 hours ago‎
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Two wildfires have combined to form a single powerful blaze about 50 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John, B.C.. The B.C. Wildfire Service says the two fires, previously identified as the Beatton Airport Road fire and the ...

Burnaby woman fined $5200 for illegally buying bear gallbladders

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎11 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - A Burnaby, B.C., woman has been fined $5,200 after illegally buying bear gallbladders due to a cultural belief that the organs can treat seizures.

Western premiers meet, discuss pushing feds to restore disaster funding

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎10 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - As wildfires burn uncontrollably in northern Alberta, government leaders in Western Canada are meeting to discuss pushing Ottawa to reverse historic funding cuts to disaster-mitigation programs.

Israeli army deputy chief draws rebuke for Holocaust comment

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎20 hours ago‎
JERUSALEM - The Israeli army's deputy chief of staff drew rebukes from hawkish Israeli ministers Thursday for comparing pre-Holocaust Germany to trends in Israel today.

Telus posts 1Q profit, results miss Street expectations

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎22 hours ago‎
BURNABY, British Columbia (AP) _ Telus Corp. (TU) on Thursday reported first-quarter profit of $275.5 million. The Burnaby, British Columbia-based company said it had profit of 47 cents per share.

Endeavour Silver posts first-quarter profit of $1.8 million

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎22 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) _ Endeavour Silver Corp. (EXK) on Thursday reported first-quarter profit of $1.8 million. The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company said it had net income of 2 cents per share.

Anti-ISIL ministers preach Iraqi political reconciliation ahead of Mosul moves

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎20 hours ago‎
OTTAWA - Defence ministers from countries fighting Middle East militants, including Canada's Harjit Sajjan, are driving home a message of political reconciliation to Iraq's fractured leadership as plans take shape to liberate the country's largest ...

Los Angeles man guilty in 10 'Grim Sleeper' serial killings

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎9 hours ago‎
LOS ANGELES - A former trash collector in Los Angeles was convicted Thursday of 10 "Grim Sleeper" serial killings that spanned two decades and targeted vulnerable young black women in the inner city.