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Retired Kitimat Firefighter Continues Fundraising Bike Ride Across Ontario

CFTKTV - ‎21 hours ago‎
Lake Superior is behind him, and retired Kitimat firefighter Mark Zielinski is now wheeling his way across Ontario's nickel belt, as he raises money for BC burn victims.

Terrace Team Takes Low Gross at Kitimat "Fright Night" Golf Scramble

CFTKTV - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
A team from Terrace took the overall low-gross title at the Kitimat Ladies Fright-Night golf scramble over the weekend. Jocelyn Galloway, Kim MacDougal, Miranda Smith and Ann Maher combined for a score of 145, for a three-stroke victory over a team ...

Kitimat RCMP Issue Pokemon Go Guidelines

CFTKTV - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
Pokemon Go Fever has now infected the northwest, prompting Kitimat RCMP to put out some safe-gaming tips. First and foremost, police are reminding people NEVER to play the game while driving a vehicle or riding a bike.

RCMP release June crime statistics

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
The June crime statistics from the RCMP have been released, and criminal activity in town is continuing to decline. The month of June saw no sexual assaults, aggravated assaults, robberies, vehicle thefts, or business break and enters.

Mayor of Kitimat Wary of New Transmission Line

CFTKTV - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
"We're replacing our transmission lines between Terrace and Kitimat." said BC Hydro's Mark Alexander. "Those lines have reached end of life and they're really due for a replacement in order to ensure reliability in the area.

The right place at the right time

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
Driving home after a fun-filled and exhilarating weekend at the Pemberton music festival, three Kitimat boys stumbled into a scene they hadn't expected, but were absolutely prepared for.

Retired Kitimat Firefighter Half Way Through Fundraising Bike Trek Across Canada

CFTKTV - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
A retired Kitimat firefighter and paramedic is now pedalling through Ontario, as he's roughly halfway through his cross-Canada bike journey to raise money for burn victims.

Stakeholders disappointed with indefinite delay of Kitimat LNG project

Journal of Commerce - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Sashaw said despite the Kitimat delay, there is still optimism in the industry. "It's not a definite no, and we're still hopeful there will be one or two plants forthcoming," he said.

Weekend Lightning Sparks Five Small Fires Near Kitimat

CFTKTV - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
The weekend lightning storm that swept across our region had firefighters busy near Kitimat and in the far northwest. Fire Information Officer Haley Williams five small fires were reported in the Kitimat area Saturday night or early yesterday morning ...

LNG Canada delays FID

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎Jul 15, 2016‎
Disappointing. That's the word that comes up most when people in Kitimat are asked about last Monday's decision. LNG Canada's joint venture partners, Shell, PetroChina, Mitsubishi, and Kogas, announced that they would be unable to make a final ...

Global energy market poor for BC LNG industry: analyst - ‎Jul 16, 2016‎
Earlier this week, LNG Canada, an international partnership of four energy companies, delayed its final decision for a proposed LNG facility in Kitimat B.C. indefinitely. CEO Andy Calitz said a drop in natural gas prices around the world, particularly ...

Facts about entrapment in relation to a B.C. terrorism trial

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎1 hour ago‎
VANCOUVER - A ruling is expected Friday into whether a British Columbia couple found guilty of plotting to blow up the provincial legislature on Canada Day three years ago were manipulated by police.

Body of missing Calgary youngster recovered in Yoho National Park

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎14 hours ago‎
FIELD, B.C. - Rescuers in Yoho National Park are releasing more details about the search for a young Calgary boy swept to his death in the Yoho River in southeastern British Columbia.
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Homebuilders, real estate board says new B.C. property tax hurts province

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎12 hours ago‎
VICTORIA - British Columbia's real estate and home building industries say property buyers and sellers fear collapsed deals and financial losses after the province announced plans to bring in a new property transfer tax on foreign buyers next week.

Inuit need a common understanding of suicide to stop it: study

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎13 hours ago‎
Inuit and those who provide mental-health services to them need to reach a common understanding of why suicide is so common in their communities before they can deal with it, says Canada's national Inuit group.

B.C. wants federal crackdown on fentanyl trafficking to fight health emergency

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎16 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - British Columbia is asking the federal government to help it crack down on fentanyl overdoses that have been classified a public health emergency in the province.

Drinking water priority in Saskatchewan after oil spill into river: premier

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎15 hours ago‎
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says making sure there is enough drinking water for communities affected by an oil spill into a major river is the No.

CMHC housing report says housing risk in Vancouver now high

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎15 hours ago‎
TORONTO—Canada's national housing agency rang more alarm bells about Vancouver's real estate sector after it released a report Wednesday saying there is now strong evidence of problematic conditions in the city.

Montreal homes greenest, Edmonton at bottom: new UBC emissions study

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎17 hours ago‎
VANCOUVER - A new study says Montreal homes emit the lowest greenhouse gas emissions, on average, while those in Edmonton emit the most.

RCMP arrest suspect traced through uploaded selfie on stolen iPhone

Kitimat Sentinel - ‎18 hours ago‎
Const. Gary O'Brien says in a news release that the 39-year-old was arrested less than 48 hours after the selfie was circulated on social media.