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That doesn’t stop groups outside of government from figuring out ways to get their. It’s a collection of local governments in the Kitimat-Stikine region who pronounced themselves "ready, willing an.

B.C. hopes to accelerate First Nations treaty negotiations, UBCM toldminister john rustad, left, said the province has been working with the First Nations Summit and federal government to review and jumpstart treaty negotiations, which in some cases have been stalled f.

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. residents (Electoral Area E) in considering change to their local governance.. The next General Local Government Election will be held Saturday, October 20.

B.C. Transit’s bus service along Highway 16 will be extended. comes after Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine directors approved changes to the existing Hazeltons regional transit system last week.

Local government is on the examining table. "Revenue sharing from mining royalties" from the Kitimat-Stikine RD, "Development cost charges for solid waste infrastructure" from the North Okanagan RD.

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