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The Coast Mountains School District in Terrace announced today it hopes the teachers' strike will end in two weeks.
Teachers rally around the Coast Mountains school district's offices on the corner of Hwy 16 and Kenney St. with signs of protest.
“And we will be standing behind them no matter how long it takes."
Local teachers are demonstrating their right to strike this morning outside of schools in Terrace and Thornhill.
TEACHERS ARE scheduled to release tomorrow results of a province-wide vote which could result in more strike action.
Local elementary students are behind in academic performance.
A Terrace woman struck by a car while crossing the street late last year is warning drivers to be more aware of pedestrians.
STUDENTS WHO excelled at their studies aren’t being recognized on honour rolls this year.
A board motion asking the province to end teachers' strike to be debated this weekend.
"Clearly the school district knew what the [severance] totals would be."
As Terrace was the 2010 host of the Games, local athletes are no strangers to the event.
The Terrace River Kings eliminate the Kitimat Ice Demons in round one of CIHL playoffs.
A fire caused significant damage to a Thornhill mobile home, but its residents are not injured.
The first of two planned community hearings to take place in Terrace on the Enbridge Northern Gateway project got underway.
The B.C. government boasts Canada's lowest income tax rates, but other deductions from take-home pay are going up this year.
THIS HOLIDAY season will be extra special for one Terrace couple,
The Hall St. shelter will host its annual dinner December 25th.
The Ksan House Society has once again opened its extreme weather shelter for those living on the streets.
A former Terrace resident, Brie Birdsell, recently made her way to the world stage.
Terrace's teachers hit the streets last Saturday, handing out candy canes and spreading the word about cuts to public education.