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Columnist thankful the name change for the Terrace B.C. aquatic centre doesn't mean significant changes and extra cost.
As the two provincial candidates in the Skeena riding vie for votes, the key question for Terrace B.C. voters is who do we trust?
Extending kindergarten to four- and three-year-olds, free child care, paying parents to stay home adds up to a fantasy
Writer disagrees with wording of photo caption in recent issue of the Terrace Standard.
Writer was recently notified that he and his wife were about to experience public infrastructure upgrading as never before.
Quality child care supports families and strengthens our communities.
THE provincial government continues to prepare the ground for an eventual liquefied natural gas industry in the northwest.
No matter how dire the circumstances, we can usually do something to improve things if we only try.
Log exports to China have surged along with lumber sales, which are far more valuable and keep sawmills going
Terrace B.C. writer urges investment in railways, pointing to the travel and success of that mode of travel in Europe.
Parliament’s adoption of M-108 regarding discrimination may seem good, but is a step toward restricting freedoms, says Terrace B.C. writer.
Directors of the northwest B.C. hospital district were right on when they stood firm about its share of hospital costs.
Who's going to pay when bears go roaming through the organic garbage bins in Terrace B.C. and Thornhill? asks columnist.
Ottawa has more than 140 programs to encourage innovation, and B.C. is getting on the bandwagon
Site C will not produce many long-term jobs and with the massive area it floods, it's just not worth the harm, says Terrace B.C. council.
Excruciating waiting lists demonstrate change is needed in the health care system in northwestern B.C. and Canada.
Bordered by a school, Sande Overpass, and residential properties, is the current location of Mills Memorial Hospital the best place?