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Terrace RCMP are investigating an incident on the CN tracks in Terrace that resulted in a woman’s death on July 19, 2021.(File photo)

Terrace RCMP and Coroners Service investigating train incident that resulted in woman’s death

The incident took place on July 19 and police are asking anyone with information to come forward

Terrace RCMP are investigating an incident on the CN tracks in Terrace that resulted in a woman’s death on July 19, 2021.(File photo)
The province has launched a Specialized Response Team in northwest B.C. to provide more support for people suffering from mental health or substance use challenges. (BCEHS photo)

Province launches mental health, substance use response team in Terrace

The Specialized Response Team consists of registered nurses attending calls alongside RCMP

The province has launched a Specialized Response Team in northwest B.C. to provide more support for people suffering from mental health or substance use challenges. (BCEHS photo)
Indhu and Mathew in Kitsault in June, 2021. ( Binny Paul/ Terrace Standard)

Skeena Voices | ’It’s the best job on earth’ say Kitsaut’s managers

Indhu and K.U. (Mathew) Mathew have one of the most enviable jobs…

Indhu and Mathew in Kitsault in June, 2021. ( Binny Paul/ Terrace Standard)
An empty supermarket inside the mall building. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)

Northern B.C.’s famed abandoned town preserved in time awaits its turn

Kitsault’s owner Krishnan Suthanthiran still interested in his plans for a dedicated energy corridor

An empty supermarket inside the mall building. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)
Terrace Coun. Sean Bujtas (left), Mayor Carol Leclerc (middle) and Chief Administrative Officer Kris Boland (right) and Coun. James Cordeiro (not pictured) took part in the July 14 Community Dialogue on the Downtown from inside City of Terrace council chambers. (Screenshot/City of Terrace Facebook)

City of Terrace’s public engagement portal goes live

Residents can register on the Engage Terrace portal to comment, ask questions or upload ideas

Terrace Coun. Sean Bujtas (left), Mayor Carol Leclerc (middle) and Chief Administrative Officer Kris Boland (right) and Coun. James Cordeiro (not pictured) took part in the July 14 Community Dialogue on the Downtown from inside City of Terrace council chambers. (Screenshot/City of Terrace Facebook)
High school students from the Youth Volunteer Corps join Greater Terrace Beautification Society to pull out weeds from a walkway near Market Estates. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)

Terrace chapter of Youth Volunteer Corps begins with assisting the beautification society

In the near future YVC hopes to get more youths from the community involved with volunteering efforts

High school students from the Youth Volunteer Corps join Greater Terrace Beautification Society to pull out weeds from a walkway near Market Estates. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)
With conditions improving, the City of Terrace has lifted its campfire ban for the city and Ferry Island. (Black Press Media file photo)

Campfire ban lifted for Terrace and Ferry Island

The city will continue to monitor the situation over the coming weeks

With conditions improving, the City of Terrace has lifted its campfire ban for the city and Ferry Island. (Black Press Media file photo)
Popular reality show ‘Jade Fever’ aired its last episode on July 19, following a controversy in May when the Tahltan First Nation called for the show to be taken off air owing to mining issues on their territory. ( Jade Fever/ Facebook)

Popular reality show ‘Jade Fever’ pulls the plug amidst mining controversy with northwest B.C. First Nation

After 7 years the show was asked to be taken off air in May 2021 by the Tahltan First Nation

Popular reality show ‘Jade Fever’ aired its last episode on July 19, following a controversy in May when the Tahltan First Nation called for the show to be taken off air owing to mining issues on their territory. ( Jade Fever/ Facebook)
Vancouver-based mineral exploration company Doubleview Gold Corp issued a public apology to Tahltan First Nation and entered into a communications and engagement agreement with First Nation’s government in July following years-long dispute. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO)
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO)

Mining company apologizes to Northwest B.C. First Nation, signs communications agreement

Agreement comes after previous disputes over exploration activities in the Tahltan’s Sheslay Valley

Vancouver-based mineral exploration company Doubleview Gold Corp issued a public apology to Tahltan First Nation and entered into a communications and engagement agreement with First Nation’s government in July following years-long dispute. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO)
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO)
The Terrace Minor Softball team poses for a photograph in Barriere. ( Photo courtesy, Tracy Kinney)

Terrace Minor Softball teams score big at 2021 provincial championship

The U12 team bagged silver and U14, U16 and U19 came back with gold from Barriere

The Terrace Minor Softball team poses for a photograph in Barriere. ( Photo courtesy, Tracy Kinney)
Chico Bob, also known as Spotted Rock, wears the orange ribbon he made out of the fabric from overalls. (Submitted photo)

Northern B.C. miner’s orange ribbon initiative spurs residential school awareness at Red Chris mine site

Tahltan man, Chico Bob’s orange ribbons have made it onto hardhats and around camp

Chico Bob, also known as Spotted Rock, wears the orange ribbon he made out of the fabric from overalls. (Submitted photo)
Left to right: Rob Bryce and Simone with Indu and Mathew the managers of Kitsault town.. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)

Skeena Voices | Time travelling in some of northern B.C.’s exclusive ghost towns

Rob Bryce’s exclusive tours include abandoned mining towns like Kitsault, Anyox and Alice Arm

Left to right: Rob Bryce and Simone with Indu and Mathew the managers of Kitsault town.. (Binny Paul/Terrace Standard)
City of Terrace resumed its annual homeless count in April after a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Black Press Media File Photo)

Terrace reports 85 people experiencing homelessness in 2021 count

Report prepared by Ksan Society shows an increase from 71 counted in 2019

City of Terrace resumed its annual homeless count in April after a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Black Press Media File Photo)
Cars aligned along an unused airstrip of the Northwest Regional Airport. ( Ben Bogstie/ Terrace Standard)

VIDEO: Drag racing returns to Terrace after pandemic hiatus

Terrace Drag Race Association’s first race of 2021 was held at Northwest Regional Airport

Cars aligned along an unused airstrip of the Northwest Regional Airport. ( Ben Bogstie/ Terrace Standard)
Bevan Sweeney operates the RedNeck Kitchen food truck in northwest B.C. (Binny Paul/ Terrace Standard)

Skeena Voices | Conquering northwest B.C. with briskets and BBQ

Bevan Sweeney’s Redneck Kitchen food truck and BBQ culture is taking northwest B.C. by storm

Bevan Sweeney operates the RedNeck Kitchen food truck in northwest B.C. (Binny Paul/ Terrace Standard)
Northwest B.C. is witnessing a dramatic real estate boom in the first half of 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic-induced recession slowly begins to wane across the province. (Black Press file photo)

Terrace records dramatic real estate boom in first half of 2021

Real estate prices and demand projected to increase more in future says provincial real estate board

Northwest B.C. is witnessing a dramatic real estate boom in the first half of 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic-induced recession slowly begins to wane across the province. (Black Press file photo)
Musicians perform for people gathered at George Little Park during the 2017 Riverboat Days. (Riverboat Days/ Facebook)

Scaled-down version of Terrace Riverboat Days, Concerts in the Park to return this year

Kitimat band, The Rats, will headline for the live music event at George Little Park on July 31

Musicians perform for people gathered at George Little Park during the 2017 Riverboat Days. (Riverboat Days/ Facebook)
(Black Press file photo)

Terrace projected to receive over $1-million after feds double 2021 gas tax funding

The money allocated through UBCM’s Community Works Fund stream is for local infrastructure priorities

(Black Press file photo)
Kitselas administration office, in Gitaus. The First Nation’s 2019 land use plan was won a national excellence award. (Kitselas First Nation)

Northwest B.C. First Nation project bags national award for land use planning

Kitselas First Nation’s 2019 land use plan wins excellence award from Canadian Institute of Planners

Kitselas administration office, in Gitaus. The First Nation’s 2019 land use plan was won a national excellence award. (Kitselas First Nation)
A representational image of B.C. Ambulance Service Bell 412 EPI helicopter. (Williams Lake Tribune/Submitted photo)

Fundraiser set up for Terrace Woman medevaced to Vancouver following spinal injury

A GoFundMe page for Terrace resident Becky Buck has raised almost $6,000 a day after it was set up

A representational image of B.C. Ambulance Service Bell 412 EPI helicopter. (Williams Lake Tribune/Submitted photo)