Gerry Leibel

School shooting threat posted on Facebook

School shooting threat posted on Facebook

RCMP will be at two schools in the district on Monday, May 13

School shooting threat posted on Facebook
UPDATE: Hirsch wildfire near Kitimat is under control

UPDATE: Hirsch wildfire near Kitimat is under control

The fire is believe to be human caused

UPDATE: Hirsch wildfire near Kitimat is under control
Retired Prince Rupert radiologist receives Distinguished Career Award

Retired Prince Rupert radiologist receives Distinguished Career Award

Dr. Giles Stevenson said his love for the North Coast B.C. community kept him working

Retired Prince Rupert radiologist receives Distinguished Career Award
Canadian recall issued for frozen profiteroles, eclairs due to salmonella risk

Canadian recall issued for frozen profiteroles, eclairs due to salmonella risk

Canadian Food Inspection Agency issues recall

Canadian recall issued for frozen profiteroles, eclairs due to salmonella risk
Terrace man killed in Douglas Channel logging accident

Terrace man killed in Douglas Channel logging accident

The 46-year-old man leaves behind a wife and two children

Terrace man killed in Douglas Channel logging accident
Junior All Native Basketball Tournament 2019

Junior All Native Basketball Tournament 2019

The opening ceremony

Junior All Native Basketball Tournament 2019
Sulphur dioxide level peaks in Kitimat

Sulphur dioxide level peaks in Kitimat

Levels rise to over 60 parts per billion

Sulphur dioxide level peaks in Kitimat
Junior All Native Basketball Tournament 2019
Junior All Native Basketball Tournament 2019
CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office

CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office

The company anticipates growth in demand for services with LNG Canada’s project

CityWest to reopen its Kitimat office
The eight people from Terrace who competed in the 2017 ThriveNorth Business Challenge are, from left to right, Kevin Fabril who won in the age 18-28 best new business category, Santrina Meeks who competed in the best new business 29-38 age category, Bryan Last and Aleksa Havelaar who won $10,000 in the 29-38 age best new business category, Andrea Harmel and Kory Yamashita who won in the audience choice category and Katryna Jenniss and Jaclyn Gagnon who competed in the best growth opportunity category. (Photo Shannon Lough)

Entrepreneurs – step forward and win $10,000

Entries open for the ThriveNorth Business Challenge

The eight people from Terrace who competed in the 2017 ThriveNorth Business Challenge are, from left to right, Kevin Fabril who won in the age 18-28 best new business category, Santrina Meeks who competed in the best new business 29-38 age category, Bryan Last and Aleksa Havelaar who won $10,000 in the 29-38 age best new business category, Andrea Harmel and Kory Yamashita who won in the audience choice category and Katryna Jenniss and Jaclyn Gagnon who competed in the best growth opportunity category. (Photo Shannon Lough)
LNG Canada to run focus groups

LNG Canada to run focus groups

“We are always looking for ways to educate and inform” - LNG Canada

LNG Canada to run focus groups
The Conservative Party’s float in the 2018 Seafest in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough/The Northern View photo)

Kitimat resident is Conservative choice for fall election

Claire Rattée is a former Kitimat councillor

The Conservative Party’s float in the 2018 Seafest in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough/The Northern View photo)
Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

ATCO steps in to take over from U.S. company

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement
JGC Fluor gets go-ahead to start construction on LNG Canada

JGC Fluor gets go-ahead to start construction on LNG Canada

Notice to Proceed issued on Tuesday, October 30

JGC Fluor gets go-ahead to start construction on LNG Canada
Premier John Horgan (right) cutting the cake at a celebration with LNG Canada and Haisla Nation in Kitimat. (John Horgan Facebook photo)

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs say no to approved LNG pipeline

Rundown of support, opposition and what $40-billion LNG investment means for BC and Bulkley Valley.

Premier John Horgan (right) cutting the cake at a celebration with LNG Canada and Haisla Nation in Kitimat. (John Horgan Facebook photo)
LNG Canada has given final approval for the construction of a $40 billion liquified natural gas terminal to be built in Kitimat. File photo

IT’S A GO!

Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat

LNG Canada has given final approval for the construction of a $40 billion liquified natural gas terminal to be built in Kitimat. File photo
BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver.                                Photo Keri Coles/Oak Bay News

B.C. Greens will vote against LNG Canada going ahead

Liberal MLA Ellis Ross says party might vote to break deadlock

BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver.                                Photo Keri Coles/Oak Bay News
IT’S A GO!

IT’S A GO!

Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat

IT’S A GO!
LNG Canada export facility in northern B.C. gets green light

LNG Canada export facility in northern B.C. gets green light

Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat

LNG Canada export facility in northern B.C. gets green light
Horgan says B.C. LNG industry more likely under NDP government

Horgan says B.C. LNG industry more likely under NDP government

B.C. Liberals added costs to the projects that scared off investors

Horgan says B.C. LNG industry more likely under NDP government