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The non-profit says a downtown Terrace, B.C. building can be renovated into an extreme weather shelter that could also serve as a drop-in.
Council’s decision was made following a Northern Health Authority presentation by chief medical health officer Dr. Raina Fumerton
Terrace, B.C. area guide is one of almost 50 to argue that the Pacific Northwest LNG terminal would threaten the economy and ecosystem
Mark Cleveland was one of more than 130 scientists to call on the federal government to reject Lelu Island as an LNG site
Doubleview Capital has failed once already in seeking court injunction
Fish guiding business starting small from joint venture with Kitselas First Nation and WestCoast Fishing Adventures (WCFA).
Fish habitat at risk should Pacific NorthWest LNG be built on Lelu Island, they say
Options now very limited for homeless people and others
Return of rainy, colder weather prompts re-opening decision
Amount of non-recyclable material in blue containers could result in fines to City of Terrace
A decision to close the extreme weather shelter was made last weekend as temperatures rose slightly
Muscle meets technology to extricate people from wrecked vehicles
Supreme court rules that actions of Tahltan Central Government president Chad Day and elders did not amount to a blockade
The trip in May to Qinhuangdao builds on hopes for closer economic and other ties
City councillors also hear about bike racks and taxes during tour of businesses last week.
Transportation ministry to install yield sign on Sande Overpass
Computerized system will warn city workers if there's a problem
Two local First Nations say they are tentatively onboard with the federal environment report while enviro groups say findings are wrong
Brought in to describe the impact an LNG terminal had on salmon off the east coast of Russia, visiting scientists weigh in on Lelu project
Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen held Terrace town hall for feedback on what to leverage in coming budget