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Treeplanter hard at work at a Kitselas First Nation project east of Terrace.

Kitselas tree planting project restores habitat

It's part of the broader scheme that is the Tri-Nation environmental initiative, a pilot project between Haisla, Kitselas, and Kitsumkalum

Treeplanter hard at work at a Kitselas First Nation project east of Terrace.
Chantale Maheux and Eric Lennert can be found in Terrace sprucing up the city greenery.

In Terrace, B.C., tree bags are used to conserve water

"I’m kind of a stickler for not wasting water," says the city's new head gardener

Chantale Maheux and Eric Lennert can be found in Terrace sprucing up the city greenery.
Terrace long-distance runner Tyler Dozzi

Dozzi sees double gold

Terrace long-distance runner is first Caledonia student to win gold – twice – at provincial championship track and field meet

Terrace long-distance runner Tyler Dozzi
Lateasha Moore casts her ballot at the Kitselas administration building June 12.

Bevan returned as Kitselas chief councillor

The June 12 election also saw six council candidates elected

Lateasha Moore casts her ballot at the Kitselas administration building June 12.
Canada Post has announced the end of door to door delivery in the V8G postal code area of Terrace

Canada Post ends door-to-door delivery in Terrace, B.C.

The move to community mailboxes is to take place next year

Canada Post has announced the end of door to door delivery in the V8G postal code area of Terrace
Those snow-capped mountains won't last long – Terrace experienced its warmest May on record last month and the trend is expected to continue.

Record-breaking May weather turns up the heat in Terrace, B.C.

You weren't imagining it – last month was the warmest May on record

Those snow-capped mountains won't last long – Terrace experienced its warmest May on record last month and the trend is expected to continue.

Huge weightlifting competition returns to Terrace, B.C.

The second annual Northwest Weightlifting Competition returns to the North Coast gym this Sunday

Environmental assessments of northwest B.C. resource projects fall short: report

A new auditor general report says the government has a lot more work to do to monitor and manage the cumulative effects of projects

Residents of Stewart

Border access to be restored – sort of – at Stewart, B.C./Hyder, Alaska

Border services agency confirms a telephone reporting system will be installed

Residents of Stewart
Terrace's Mike Meijer tackles a player from the BATUS (British Army Training Unit Suffield) Barbarians

Barbarians take Terrace

The Terrace Northmen lost to a British army training unit squad at Rugbyfest in Edmonton

Terrace's Mike Meijer tackles a player from the BATUS (British Army Training Unit Suffield) Barbarians
Residents of Stewart

Compromise could be coming to Stewart, B.C./ Hyder, Alaska border battle

Canada's border services agency says it is looking at alternative services options for the northwest B.C. border crossing

Residents of Stewart
The Terrace flywheel is one of several points of reference along the Millennium Trail

What’s that? Destination: The Millennium Trail

Do you ever wonder what’s with some of the icons and signs placed around Terrace, B.C.? So do we. Let's explain

The Terrace flywheel is one of several points of reference along the Millennium Trail
The Northcoast Nightmares celebrated their first home win May 9.

North Coast Nightmares are ‘bout it, ‘bout it

Terrace roller derby team treats fans to their first home win

The Northcoast Nightmares celebrated their first home win May 9.
The Northwest U15 boys are in white and the U17 boys are in black

Northwest B.C. boys club basketball spans communities

The two teams – a U15 club based here in Terrace and a U17 club based in Smithers – have players from all over the region

The Northwest U15 boys are in white and the U17 boys are in black

Coast Mountains School District pushes back against Bill 11

The board is joining other districts across B.C. in calling on the government to rescind recently-passed education omnibus legislation

Terrace hosted a friendly icebreaker to “shake out some of the rust from the off season” at the Northwest Community College field May 2 with players from Prince Rupert and Houston.

Terrace Northmen ready for tough season ahead

Competition in this year’s Northern Rugby League is expected to be stiff with three strong teams vying for a berth to provincials

Terrace hosted a friendly icebreaker to “shake out some of the rust from the off season” at the Northwest Community College field May 2 with players from Prince Rupert and Houston.
Christy Park in Terrace

Pooch remains cause concern in Terrace, B.C.

The Terrace Youth Soccer Association is asking that those using Christy Park as a dog run remember to clean up after their pups

Christy Park in Terrace
Nathan Cullen introduces his Bill C-628 in Ottawa last year.

Cullen takes a swing at Trudeau over anti-terror bill vote

The Conservative bill passed last week with the support of the Liberals and with members of the NDP, Greens, and Bloc voting against

Nathan Cullen introduces his Bill C-628 in Ottawa last year.
Nathan Cullen introduces his Bill C-628 in Ottawa last year.

Alberta election last nail in Northern Gateway coffin: Cullen

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says NDP sweep of Alberta election means good things for those opposed to pipeline plan

Nathan Cullen introduces his Bill C-628 in Ottawa last year.

Coast Mountains School District cuts admin positions

School district expects to save about $30,000 in salary costs