Rod Link

Editorial: A glimmer of a plan for the downtown

As shopping lists go, the one that the Terrace B.C. Chamber of Commerce presented to the city regarding the downtown core was extensive.

Several hundred participate in annual Terrace, B.C. garbathon

Focus this year was on illegal dump sites in and around Terrace area

Resource use key for northwestern B.C. federal election candidate

First elected in 2004, Skeena - Bulkley Valley NDP incumbent Nathan Cullen has increased his vote in each election


Our columnist Rob Brown just missed two ferocious steelhead on the Thompson River

School bus fee called disgraceful

Certainly parents contemplating French immersion should be warned that busing costs will be passed on to them

Counting Chinook

This week our columnist Rob Brown starts us off counting Chinook in Thomas Creek

Diamond Jubilee Medals

ASK Skeena - Bulkley Valley NDP Member of Parliament Nathan Cullen what he thinks of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal


Best wishes to energy minister Bill Bennett on his search for why BC Hydro’s Northwest Transmission Line budget ballooned.

Off track

There was a time in this fair land when the railway did not run. Except now it does – smack through the middle of town.

Full Tank

Christy Clark need look no further than to an already-approved LNG project as a test in delivering her promised economic benefits