Gerry Leibel

Kitimat construction crew dig up more than just rock

RCMP called in to dispose of explosives

MAY 23: the first of 1,200 trailers start arriving

JFJV has a transportation plan in place to minimize impact

Fourth threat in a week involves two northwest B.C. schools

Multiple threats, later deemed to be low-risk, were made at schools in Terrace and Kitimat

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

Canadian Food Inspection Agency issues recall

Man killed in northern B.C. logging accident

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

Entrepreneurs – step forward and win $10,000

Entries open for the ThriveNorth Business Challenge

Kitimat resident is Conservative choice for fall election

Claire Rattée is a former Kitimat councillor

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

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

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

Notice to Proceed issued on Tuesday, October 30

LNG Canada gives green light to Kitimat export facility

Canada LNG announced their positive final investment decision last week

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

Liberal MLA Ellis Ross says party might vote to break deadlock

IT’S A GO!

Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat

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

Canada LNG announces positive Final Investment Decision for Kitimat

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

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

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility

Petronas secures 25% of LNG Canada

The deal will allow Petronas to develop its natural gas resource in northeast B.C.

Petronas wants a 25% stake in LNG Canada project

Deal is subject to international regulatory approvals

Construction of LNG Canada plant still on hold

Construction will only begin following a positive final investment decision

U.S. proposed steel, aluminum tariffs leave uncertainty for B.C. site

Rio Tinto has been operating in British Columbia for over 60 years, but tariffs cause fear