Josh Massey

Northwestern B.C. power line river crossing changed

Old growth forest and fishing values recognized in area south of Terrace, B.C.

Go-cart and mixed martial arts centre squeaks through with Terrace, B.C. council approval

Temporary use permit will allow local man to try out his fitness and go-cart facility for two years as neighbours fear worst

Mine waste rock used on Stewart’s roads

Environmental tests were spawned in Stewart by a revelation of contaminated mine tailings used on public roads.

Opinion polls heighten call for mine regulations reform

Those polled place high value on environmental protection

Native vote benefits northwestern B.C. NDP incumbent

Nathan Cullen seeking fifth term as Member of Parliament

Business owner protests sign removal by the city

A building company that had been displaying signs advertising condo sales says the city’s bylaw officer unfairly removed them

Terrace council approves gas bar/convenience store

It's going in kitty corner to Tim Hortons on Keith Ave./Hwy16

Green candidate out to increase aboriginal vote

Jeannie Parnell is running in northwestern B.C.'s Skeena - Bulkley Valley riding

Candidate brings strong pro-life message

Don Spratt is running for the Christian Heritage Party in northwestern B.C.'s Skeena - Bulkley Valley riding

Homeless face tough conditions in Terrace woods

Local resident Chris Gee shines spotlight on the conditions faced by the rising number of homeless people in town

Terrace city council endorses pipeline projects

Council also rejects the idea of curtailing use of fireworks

Access being improved at busy Keith intersection

On Keith Ave. between Evergreen and Kalum, a Great Canadian Oil Change is being built and a double-lane Tim Hortons drive-thru.

Terrace to form group to tackle homeless problem

Growing number of homeless people worries Terrace city council

Kitimat mayor backs natural gas pipeline

Position in contrast to one taken by Terrace city council

Making Hamlet easier to read

Al Lehmann has released his first novel, an ambitious attempt to render the Shakespeare play Hamlet in a more accessible form.

Photographer travels Canada on maple leaf vision quest

Tim Van Horn was in Terrace recently to take portraits for a massive travelling mosaic he is making for 2017 celebrations

Terrace sawmill re-opens

Poor markets had closed Skeena Sawmills over the summer

Terrace city council holds off on gas pipeline support letter

Council first wants the province to agree to share industrial taxation revenue

Hotel company eyes major Terrace, B.C. project

Development hinges on adding slots to Chances operation

Commercial catch upsets Skeena fish group

Late run sockeye called fragile and needed for spawning