Brittany Gervais

City of Terrace says it’s ready to tackle winter weather

A new snow plow was added to the city’s snow removal fleet this year

Question of the Week | Nov. 21

Do you support UNBC’s faculty with their strike efforts?

Terrace RCMP say death of Kamloops man in Thornhill non-suspicious

Blaine Frisk was found unresponsive by the side of the road, died hours later

Volunteers organize annual clean up of illegal dumping sites

Waste found by Copper River included an abandoned RV, leaking batteries

Terrace residents take council to task for safer active transportation

Cyclists, pedestrians press city to take action on past commitments

UNBC faculty strike enters second week in Terrace

Students, BC Nurses Union, and MP Taylor Bachrach visited picketing lines Friday

Coast Mountain College’s indigenization efforts recognized at international symposium

Collaboration and community are key to Indigenous reconciliation in education, CMTN says

Terrace projects get funding for wood fibre use

Projects focussed on adding value wood waste

Skeena Métis Association encouraging Northwest B.C. Métis families to self-identify

Out of 5,760 students in SD82, only six are recognized as Métis, association says

Terrace Little Theatre’s fall play tackles climate change anxiety

Production of playwright Alena Smith’s “Icebergs” opens Nov. 15

Terrace RCMP investigating after group assaults man downtown

Police briefs from Nov. 1 to Nov. 3

Question of the Week | Nov. 14

Do you agree with Sportsnet firing Don Cherry?

Terrace RCMP investigating suspicious death of a man in Thornhill

Kamloops resident was found unresponsive early Sunday morning, died hours later

GALLERY: Remembrance Day services in Terrace

Residents surrounded the cenotaph at City Hall Nov. 11

Terrace organizations receive $231,500 in gaming grants

Provincial money coming to local arts, culture and sports programs

City of Terrace hires consultant to review city’s child care needs

Surveys open for public feedback until Nov. 25

Faculty at Terrace UNBC campus join strike after failed negotiations

Unfair working conditions required job action demonstration, protesters say

Question of the Week | Nov. 7

Do you think the west separating from Canada is a real possibility?

Terrace Rotary clubs start McConnell Estates gazebo, walkway project

Work will transform vacant lawn into accessible outdoor gathering place

Road to Telegraph Creek open during limited hours

All-wheel drive vehicles are permitted from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily