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LNG Canada speculation continues

Approval of a $40 billion liquefied natural gas project in Kitimat could be just around the corner. Rumours continue to swirl about a positive final investment decision by LNG Canada after a weekend report from Bloomberg News that Royal Dutch Shell and its four partners have signed off on the investment. LNG Canada issued a statement Sunday saying it has ... Read More »

Landslide near Fort St. John could take days to stabilize

The BC Transportation Ministry says a landslide near Fort St. John could take days to stabilize. The Peace River Regional District issued evacuation orders Sunday after the slow-moving landslide caused massive cracks in the Old Fort Road. There is no immediate risk to the residents of about three dozen homes in Old Fort but, the slide has cut access to ... Read More »

Kitimat RCMP investigating Highway 37 crash

Kitimat RCMP are investigating a crash that sent three people to hospital Friday. Police and emergency crews were called out at 12:45 to a van that had gone off Highway 37 near the Kitimat Air Park. One passenger was able to get out of the vehicle, but two others were trapped and had to be removed by rescuers. All were ... Read More »

Fort St John RCMP ask for help identifying bus theft suspects

Fort St John RCMP are hoping to identify five young people involved in the theft of a school bus last month. The bus was stolen from the School District 60 transportation parking lot around midnight August 26. Surveillance footage obtained from the bus shows five young people, two females and three males. The bus received $5000 worth of damage before it ... Read More »

More steps forward for LNG Canada

A major liquefied natural gas project is getting closer to a possible green light. Bloomberg News is reporting that two of Royal Dutch Shell’s Asian partners in the LNG Canada project have approved their share of the investment. The board of PetroChina Co signed off on its S$3.46 billion share of the Kitimat-based LNG Canada project while Korea Gas Corp. ... Read More »

Eagle Spirit to challenge tanker ban based on consultation concerns

The president of the company proposing the $16-billion Eagle Spirit Pipeline says his project could win regulatory approval if the federal government backs down on its plan to ban oil tanker traffic on the north coast of B.C. Calvin Helin of Eagle Spirit Energy Holding Ltd. says his project to build a pipeline corridor from Fort McMurray to Prince Rupert ... Read More »

Crash kills father and son

RCMP say a nine year-old boy and his father were killed in a crash Monday afternoon north of Williams Lake. Investigators say the two were in a north-bound SUV along with three other family members when their vehicle was hit head-on by a south-bound pickup that crossed the centre line about 8 kilometres north of Wildwood. The pickup also sideswiped ... Read More »

Report says LNG Canada to get tariff exemption

It looks like the federal government could exempt a major LNG development in Kitimat from steel tariffs. The Globe and Mail is reporting that Ottawa has conceded that LNG Canada won’t be able to source domestic steel for its Kitimat Terminal. The report says unnamed officials with the Prime Ministers office have told LNG Canada that Ottawa agrees that the ... Read More »

Memorial held for Jessica Patrick

A memorial was held over the weekend for an 18-year-old woman who went missing and was later found dead near Smithers. Friends, family, and members of the public gathered to remember Jessica Patrick at the Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre Saturday.. RCMP confirmed Friday that Patrick’s body was discovered down a steep bank off Hudson Bay Mountain Road September 15th, ... Read More »

LNG Canada hosts information session in Terrace

Terrace residents got a chance to hear about what’s happening with a liquefied natural gas project Friday. Over a hundred people turned up at the Terrace Sportsplex to hear from LNG Canada about its proposed development in Kitimat. LNG Canada’s Director of External Relations Susannah Pierce says dredging near the terminal site and other preliminary work continues. A Final Investment ... Read More »

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