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Siblings bring classical music to R.E.M. Lee Theatre
British Prime Minister Theresa May accused of being in “deep denial” about her doomed deal
The Winnipeg bus driver was stabbed multiple times back in 2017
Twenty-seven people in Terrace and Thornhill took part in the 2018 Christmas Bird Count
Users can manage their accounts and scan items out with digital card
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New England will meet L.A. Rams in NFL title game
Vancouver’s super rookie has 2 points in first game back after knee injury
Jock Finlayson is executive vice president and chief policy officer of the Business Council of BC
Negative-option billing is still legal for governments
BACKGROUND: On Jan. 7, the City of Terrace announced they will only pick-up curbside recycling if materials are kept loose inside the bins. Those who don’t kick the blue bag habit won’t have their recycling picked up, and will have to wait for their next date.
If the bin is full, additional recyclables can be placed in clear plastic bags beside the cart. Shredded paper can also be placed beside the bin in a paper bag or cardboard box.
The city says they have requested that residents place their recyclables loosely inside the bin since 2017, but only recently began enforcing it on Monday.
45% cent of those surveyed say they will need to go further into debt to pay their living and family expenses
In case you missed it, here’s a look at the replay-worth highlights from this week across the province