Cecile Favron

Rahma and Amer al Kadro

First Syrian family finds ‘a good life’ in Terrace, B.C.

“Their future in Canada is better” say parents about children's prospects

Rahma and Amer al Kadro
Ksim Nisga’a youth Shaina Stephens will take on the Miss Teen Canada Globe pageant this August.

Nisga’a teen bound for national beauty pageant

Shaina Stephens will travel to Toronto for the Miss Teen Canada Globe pageant after an appearance in the Riverboat Days parade.

Ksim Nisga’a youth Shaina Stephens will take on the Miss Teen Canada Globe pageant this August.
Members of the Majagaleehl Nisga’s brass band marching at an event in Terrace last summer.

Terrace homelessness benefit concert in the works

This Riverboat Days, the Majagaleehl Nisga’a brass band will host a fundraising concert in George Little Park

Members of the Majagaleehl Nisga’s brass band marching at an event in Terrace last summer.
David Griffin and Arthur Mercer unloading a catch of wild Nass sockeye during a much stronger season last year. Current estimates put the 2016 run at 235

Nass sockeye salmon face dismal returns

Low returns in the Nass River have closed commercial fisheries to the sockeye harvest, meaning a loss in income for many Nisga'a residents.

David Griffin and Arthur Mercer unloading a catch of wild Nass sockeye during a much stronger season last year. Current estimates put the 2016 run at 235
Fishers sit on the edge of the Skeena River in Terrace waiting for a bite. This is not a strong year for fishing in the Skeena

More fish escape Skeena fishermen

Despite initial optimism for sockeye salmon runs in the Skeena River near Terrace, B.C. it's hasn't been a great year

Fishers sit on the edge of the Skeena River in Terrace waiting for a bite. This is not a strong year for fishing in the Skeena
This shipping container remains on a southside property a day after the deadline for its removal passed.

Terrace resident takes shipping container dispute to council

The container has existed on Arlene Ridler's property since before a city bylaw banned it

This shipping container remains on a southside property a day after the deadline for its removal passed.

Northwest wildfire stats down

Total hectares burned amount to only four percent of the number recorded last year in northwest B.C.

Tarps shelter two tents from the rain in a concealed wooded area around town.

Shelter struggles: Terrace seeks to address soaring homelessness

As the city's task force releases recommendations, local agencies scramble to meet growing need

Tarps shelter two tents from the rain in a concealed wooded area around town.
Members of the Nisga'a nations get training in peer counselling through a University of British Columbia program.

Nisga’a employees train in peer counselling

Members of the Laxgalts'ap Village Government completed training to support community members through counselling

Members of the Nisga'a nations get training in peer counselling through a University of British Columbia program.
A new team will assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.

Terrace gets new mental health response team

The team will assist emergency responders, police and health care workers across the northwest

A new team will assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.
An artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed twin natural gas processing units and export facility in Kitimat.

Terrace ‘disappointed’ after LNG Canada delay

Leaders are anticipating a slump in economic activity here in the wake of LNG Canada’s decision

An artist’s rendering of LNG Canada’s proposed twin natural gas processing units and export facility in Kitimat.
Northern Health is introducing a new team to assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.

Terrace gets new mental health crisis team

The team will assist emergency responders and health care workers across the northwest

Northern Health is introducing a new team to assist emergency responders and health care workers with cases involving mental illness or addiction.
Physicians Ariane Mundhenk and Adrienne Montgomery completed their residency in Terrace last year.

Is Terrace retaining young doctors?

A program intended to retain young doctors in the north seems to have worked for one new physician

Physicians Ariane Mundhenk and Adrienne Montgomery completed their residency in Terrace last year.
Inderpreet Sandhu

Volunteers aim to boost mental health services

Front-line workers have started a Terrace Local Action Team to address mental health and substance use among children

Inderpreet Sandhu
Marilyn Lissimore (right) and Jeannette Anderson (left) are both retiring from the TDCSS after a combined 53 years there.

Society duo look forward to new chapter

Two instrumental members of the Terrace District and Community Services Society have both decided to retire this year

Marilyn Lissimore (right) and Jeannette Anderson (left) are both retiring from the TDCSS after a combined 53 years there.
Kermode Friendship Centre executive director Cal Albright on land it owns on Park Ave. where it now wants to build a daycare centre.

Society shelves affordable housing project

The Kermode Friendship Society cancels plans to build social housing alongside a daycare in Terrace, B.C.

Kermode Friendship Centre executive director Cal Albright on land it owns on Park Ave. where it now wants to build a daycare centre.
The vacant lot beside Polly’s Cafe on the 4900 Block of Keith Avenue is the location of a planned motel development.

Motel future uncertain due to delays

Developer says the construction of a Motel 6 in Terrace, B.C. is contingent on approval of LNG projects

The vacant lot beside Polly’s Cafe on the 4900 Block of Keith Avenue is the location of a planned motel development.
Ladies take off from starting line in this year's Salmon Run. #1279 is Sarah Williams who was the fastest female overall.

Children clock impressive times in Salmon Run

Hundreds of participants hit the ground running at the 8th annual Salmon Run hosted by Kitsumkalum’s ‘Na Aksa Gyilak’yoo school on June 26.

Ladies take off from starting line in this year's Salmon Run. #1279 is Sarah Williams who was the fastest female overall.
Richard Myer accepts the flag for his first win.

‘Wild night’ on speedway track

The latest speedway races in Terrace, B.C., proved to be eventful with three crashes and a growing crowd of fans watching it all unfold.

Richard Myer accepts the flag for his first win.
Sunday’s pro winner Ed Hildebrandt.

Drags drawing new and out of town racers

There was a great turnout at the first drag racing event of the season in Terrace B.C., with numerous new drivers rolled onto the track.

Sunday’s pro winner Ed Hildebrandt.