Anna Killen

Majority of Coast Mountains students will not receive report cards

Kindergarten through Grade 9 report cards have not been deemed an essential service by the Labour Relations Board

Kitsumkalum wants more say in LNG development

Band says revenue sharing agreements between other First Nations and the province do not mean LNG has a "pass to the coast"

Northwest leaders react to federal approval of Northern Gateway pipeline

Pipeline likely headed for lengthy court battle, says Skeena NDP MLA Robin Austin

Court affirms Kitselas land compensation

Important decision sees the federal government's appeal of an earlier Specific Claims Tribunal ruling dismissed

Teachers, students leave schools uncertain if they’ll be back

Tuesday could be the first day of a full-scale province-wide strike, but exams will go on as scheduled

Security companies buy former correctional centre

The Terrace, BC facility will act as a base for regional operations

Housing crunch continues in Terrace

Latest stats from federal agency show rental vacancy rates at below 1 per cent

Awards, scholarship nights cancelled in Terrace, B.C.

Ongoing dispute between teachers and province creates uncertainty

‘Ruff’ trip to provincials for Terrace track athlete

Cameron Netzel didn’t do as well as he’d hoped at his final high school track provincials – but he might have helped saved a dog’s life

Tough tie for Northmen

A physical matchup against the Williams Lake Rustlers ended in a draw for Terrace's rugby team

Bob Erb’s name used in bid to scam money

Scheme used links to videos of Terrace lottery millionaire's well-documented generosity

Rotating strikes to enter third week

Coast Mountains teachers will be on the picket lines next Thursday, June 12

Terrace students participate in provincial-wide walkout

Students across B.C. are protesting the ongoing labour dispute between the province and teachers' union

Minor hockey volunteers urgently needed

The future of house hockey is in limbo because Terrace minor hockey association can't find someone to volunteer for one of its top positions

End-of-year school concerts in Terrace, B.C. postponed due to labour dispute

The Caledonia Secondary School and Skeena Middle School year-end music concerts were to take place this week and next at the REM Lee theatre

‘There was not one weak link on the team’

Terrace Northmen top the social side at annual Rugbyfest

Students attend major gas conference

Nearly 60 Coast Mountains School District secondary school students, teachers and chaperones travel to Vancouver LNG conference.

Police to beef up downtown patrols

THE RCMP is reviving a downtown patrol aimed at curbing public disorder following complaints made by merchants and others.

Northwest B.C. French language advocates protest student bus fee

Coast Mountains School District wants to charge students who take bus to schools outside of their neighbourhoods

Terrace teachers’ union warns of lockout effects

End-of-year-field trips, graduation ceremonies, secondary school exams and report cards could all be affected