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Posted On Thursday, 16 January, 2020

January 2020 DOK Newsletter pg 1 of 2Our monthly DOK newsletters are posted on social media and distributed to various locations around town, including the museum, library, Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex and Riverlodge Recreation Centre.

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Posted On Tuesday, 07 January, 2020

Lead and Copper in Water KITIMAT , BC - The District of Kitimat has released information on the potential of lead and copper in drinking water. Information is available on the District website at www.kitimat.ca.
Lead in drinking water is a potential health concern in many Canadian communities.
The District of Kitimat initiated a lead testing program in 2018, and concluded in 2019. Water from municipal infrastructure consistently tested safe according to guidelines. In some cases, water from...

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Posted On Tuesday, 31 December, 2019

Dec 2019 DOK Newsletter, pg 1 of 2Our monthly DOK newsletters are posted on social media and distributed to various locations around town, including the museum, library, Tamitik Jubilee Sports Complex and Riverlodge Recreation Centre.

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Posted On Wednesday, 11 December, 2019

Chevron's Withdrawal from the Kitimat LNG Project KITIMAT, BC - The District of Kitimat is surprised by Chevron’s announcement that they will be withdrawing from the Kitimat LNG project. However, we still believe the project is viable, a future opportunity in our community, and in the best interest of our region, province, and nation.
We recognize and respect Chevron’s decision to maintain fiscal restraint amidst the news of having to substantially write down their natural gas assets. We commend the Chevron...

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Posted On Thursday, 21 November, 2019

Water Quality Advisory Lifted  KITIMAT, BC – Effective November 21, 2019 at 10:15 a.m., the District of Kitimat in consultation with Northern Health, jointly lifted the Water Quality Advisory that was issued on November 18 for all users of the municipal water system.
The advisory was issued due to elevated turbidity levels, which have returned to normal.
  
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For more information, please contact:
District of Kitimat, 250-632-8900

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