Rod Link

WestJet bails on Terrace-Calgary connection

Cites low passenger numbers

Kitimat resident is Conservative choice for fall election

Claire Rattée is a former Kitimat councillor

Social services society outlines opportunities

Identifies need for safe, secure housing in the area

MP Cullen undecided about running again

Nathan Cullen was first elected to represent Skeena-Bulkley Valley in 2004.

Author warns of dangerous goods being carried by rail

Bruce Campbell wrote book on Lac-Mégantic disaster, in Smithers Jan. 23.

LNG pushes up home values

Kitimat tops northwestern BC single family home value increase list, Telkwa third.

Natural gas rates to drop

Rate relief follows years of high prices

Regional unemployment rate drops

But fewer people are working overall

Pacific Northern Gas spends $6 million to move and protect gas line near Terrace

But larger issue of repairs to forest service road stemming from 2017 flood remains unresolved

Most intervenor requests in crucial natural gas pipeline case rejected

At stake is whether gas pipeline to LNG Canada plant should fall under federal jurisdiction

City of Terrace leaps into real estate market

Expects that Canada LNG project will spark developer interest

Call widens for local benefits tied to new Mills Memorial project

Regional district director wants maximum use of local labour, businesses

Locals get taste of pipeline construction benefits

The meeting outlined contract opportunities for Coastal GasLink pipeline

Push for local involvement in new Mills construction

New Mills Memorial project in $400 million range

Pipeline company urges rejection of many seeking intervener status in jurisdictional hearings

Those seeking to participate include District of Kitimat and Haisla Nation

Student enrolment stabilizes in Coast Mountain School District

But graduating students still outnumber those starting school

Pipeline challenger passes first hurdle

Smithers resident wants federal review of natural gas pipeline

How will Kitimat house thousands of workers for new LNG plant?

Acknowledges there’ll be problems

First Nations also worried about northern B.C. natural gas pipeline challenge

They already have contracts lined up should project proceed

‘Skinny’ houses could alleviate shortage

Proposal made by Smithers and District Chamber of Commerce to add affordable housing.