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BC Hydro is spending $13.4 million to replace outdated equipment at its small substation in Terrace, B.C.
That's a big pair of dice Skeena BC Liberal candidate Ellis Ross is rolling in his support of an oil refinery in the riding.
Normally if you buy less, you spend less, but when it comes to natural gas in northwestern B.C. its buy less, spend more.
Trail walkers on Ferry Island now have a series of information plaques to give them a better idea of the trees and plant life.
CAN A new Mills Memorial Hospital for northwestern B.C. really cost $430 million?
Recent survey indicates that uncertainty about local economic conditions is the biggest challenge facing businesses in Terrace, B.C.
Drilling company which operates worldwide is cementing its northern B.C. business by establishing a partnership with the Tahltan.
Premier Christy Clark’s approval of a case study for the Terrace, B.C. hospital doesn't guarantee anything.
It seems that the BC Liberals are making moves to earn the aboriginal vote in the ridings of northwestern B.C.
Wild Productions' recent documentary challenges stereotypes about who in northwest B.C. supports and opposes development.
Recent visits by provincial cabinet ministers hint that the provincial Liberals have the Skeena riding in sight for next May’s election.
The Kermode Friendship Society is starting its own driving school which is aimed at helping people find work.
A pedestrian overpass won't stimulate economy, but could erase an inequity between residents who walk or cycle and those who have vehicles.
The recent controversy over the "Welcome to Terrace" sign in Thornhill reveals something about the Thornhill and Terrace relationship.
The two looming projects near Terrace B.C. will test again the commitment to aiming as many dollars as possible to local enterprises.
Premier Christy Clark didn’t say no but she didn’t say yes either about a new Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace. B.C.
Whether motivated by profit or plain old stubbornness, there’s something to be honoured for those who contribute to our Terrace, B.C. city.
Owner of proposed oil refinery near Kitimat is disappointed it's being sent to a review panel before a decision is made.
The plan is for twice a day round trip service from Terrace, B.C. to Prince Rupert and to the Hazeltons, running two or three days a week.
Building a new hospital in Terrace, B.C. is the health authority's top priority, so why won't the province move ahead with the planning?