Brittany Gervais

BC Treaty Commission visits Terrace to open talks about treaty

Kitselas and Kitsumkalum are in the last stage of their treaty process

Zombies in Terrace: Uncovering Canada’s most significant mutiny

The Terrace Mutiny, a book 35-years in the making, was unveiled this month

Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades

The money was used to purchase the chairlift’s bull wheel replacement last summer

Kitsumkalum Chief Don Roberts secures seventh term, new councillor wins seat

Treaty, coastal land recognition, new infrastructure among ongoing projects

City of Terrace to participate in provincial electronic vehicle network

City will purchase two charging stations worth up to $10K

Terrace resident’s bill banning single-use plastics introduced in Ottawa

MP Nathan Cullen’s presented Ben Korving’s private member’s bill Wednesday

Canadian Snowbirds may return to Terrace after 20 years

Terrace would kick off three B.C. Snowbird performances in 2020 if approved

Province announces $100-million grant funding for Northwest communities

The Northern Capital and Planning Grant will go to four regional districts and 22 municipalities

City of Terrace reacts to $8 million provincial infrastructure grant

This is the largest grant ever received by the city, mayor says

LNG Canada sponsors driver’s license training in Terrace, Kitimat

The $80,000 contribution is part of the company’s commitment to hire locally

New, returning candidates for Kitsumkalum band elections

Community members head to the polls Feb. 21

Townhouse rentals coming to Terrace downtown

Council briefs from Feb. 11

Sonny’s Collectibles celebrates 25 years

Terrace specialty store has one of the largest collections of hockey cards in northwest B.C.

City responds to concerns over rail disaster preparedness

City could push CN Rail for more information, says Terrace resident

Kermode Friendship Society grows rose deliveries for Valentine’s Day

“It’s like being Cupid,” organizer says

Terrace zips up for Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser

Annual walk raises funds for Ksan Society extreme weather shelter

City advocates for smaller residential lot sizes

Higher density developments can promote more efficient land use, city says

Terrace SAR, military coordinate joint late-night backcountry rescue

Two skiers were stranded at the top of Mount Amsbury Saturday in freezing temperatures

Cold wind warnings persist over B.C. North Coast inland

Environment Canada warns of strong outflow winds, risk of frostbite into weekend

Northwest Coast Art from Freda Diesing students showcased at Terrace Art Gallery

CMTN’s annual bursaries were increased this year