Margaret Speirs

Learn about First Nations history

This year Riverboat Days will gives people a chance to walk around town and learn about First Nations history.

BC Hydro replacement project right on track

Staff who presented to city council recently said project to replace transmission line between Terrace and Kitimat is going smoothly

Rabid bat attack at Lakelse Lake

The attack is the first such incident in B.C. in more than 10 years

Skeena MLA awarded $75,000 in civil supreme court defamation case

The ruling stems from false allegations that NDP MLA Robin Austin had abused a foster child in his care

Tourism plan in motion to attract more visitors to Terrace

A recent report shows the Nass Valley and fishing are big draws for tourists

Government makes error on tax statement

Residents in Thornhill and the Terrace rural area will not be refunded for amounts under $10, says revised notice

New docs sweep into Terrace, B.C.

Generational shift underway as veteran physicians retire

Terrace Concert Society volunteer shortage jeopardizes future

Without more volunteers the society will fold, says former group president

UNBC chancellor visits Nass Valley, Terrace

James Moore attended convocation ceremonies in both places

Affordable housing grant gets approved by council

Terrace city council has taken a step to increasing affordable housing by giving Ksan House Society grant money and rezoning its property

Hotel, conference centre hinges on gaming expansion

Pomeroy Lodging eyes $25 million project in Terrace, B.C.

Downtown Terrace location pegged for hotel, casino development

But the city-owned land is already subject of sales agreement with another developer

Man who drove through mall sent to jail

Skeena Mall doors damaged in Dec. 28, 2015 incident in Terrace, B.C.

Drivers asked to watch out for bears on northwest BC highways

One bear has been hit by a vehicle so far this spring

MLA civil suit enters second week in Terrace, B.C. court

Skeena NDP MLA Robin Austin suing for remarks made at 2013 all candidates meeting

Someone knows something, says author of book on northwestern B.C. murders

Private investigator tracks tips, leads into cases if missing and murdered women along Hwy16

Agencies ponder coroner’s jury recommendations

Recommendations stem from death of young Terrace, B.C. resident

Lost teens located in northwestern B.C.

Terrace Search and Rescue members also retrieved couple stranded on river gravel bar

Settlement reached in civil case against former Terrace RCMP officer

Robert Wright says he suffered permanent brain damage after his arrest for drunk driving in 2012

Terrace, B.C. top cop post up for review

City council worried RCMP might lose inspector position