Anna Killen

Ebola precautionary notice posted in Terrace, B.C.

People visiting lab office asked about their recent travel history

Wild times in Terrace, B.C.

A variety of factors contributed what was once a vibrant entertainment district in the downtown core

Northwest B.C. school trustees prepare to run again

But some trustees on the Coast Mountains School District board have declined

MP’s energy policy bill crafted for next election

Drawing from northwest experiences, Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says he wants to "raise the bar" on energy policy

Terrace public school students back in the classroom Monday

Teachers working to get classrooms ready after ratifying six-year deal

Terrace company up for business award

Kitsumkalum-owned quarry company recognized for outstanding achievement

Coast Mountains School District welcomes news of tentative teacher deal

“We are pleased to have finally reached this stage in the process and eagerly look forward to welcoming back students and teachers."

Striking teachers reach out to students in small northern school district

Nass Valley teachers have been hosting lunches with parents, students

Parent plans school rally in Terrace tomorrow

David Brochu hopes hundreds will support call to end teachers' strike

Education dispute stalls school sports

School officials work to salvage fall sports season for Terrace students

Body of missing boater found

Search for Terrace man whose boat capsized in a lake near Stewart has been ongoing since Sept. 7

Overpass plan surfaces in Terrace, B.C.

This one, spanning CN's tracks, would be for pedestrians

Keith Ave. land use plans coming into focus

City is seeking community input on how a large portion of the south side of Terrace should be developed

Gitxsan land dispute cools off for now

Kitselas chief Joe Bevan says door is open to the Gitxsan First Nation if it wants to discuss overlapping territorial land claims

More residential housing wanted in Terrace, B.C.

A number of bylaws saw first and second reading, with the majority dealing with zoning changes to allow more multi-residential units.

Nisga’a ink agreements with province for tax money

"Significant milestone" advances treaty implementation and lays out a framework for future economic benefits for the Nisga'a Nation

Officials keeping close watch over Nass fish

Nisga'a fisheries officials want to make sure Kwinageese salmon continue to reach their spawning beds

Thornhill site of massive project plan

Plan details opportunities for a shopping mall or large box store complex amongst residential and community development.

Ferry tale: Take a ride on the Usk ferry

The Usk reaction ferry is unique to the area – and not without its challenges

Support sought for Northern Gateway citizen vote

A referendum would be similar to that held for HST