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She's been receiving offers for varsity teams for years and now Carly Davies from Terrace BC is taking a full volleyball scholarship.
'Na Aksa Gyilak'yoo school is raising $2 million for a new building with an event held on National Aboriginal Day.
Cast and crew will be taking their award-winning production of Criminal Hearts to provincials in July
The 'Na Aksa Gyilak'yoo School is attempting to raise $2 million towards a new building
Family had been living in a refugee camp in Lebanon prior to arriving June 15.
The student recently won the Northwest Regional Heritage Fair with a project on the First Nations game lahal.
The family-of-five arrived at the Northwest Regional Airport this morning
A refugee family sponsored by local residents will soon be seeing Terrace, B.C. for the first time.
Plan is to improve communications between physicians and other health services
A young family evacuated from Fort McMurray plans to extend their stay in Terrace, B.C. after receiving overwhelming community support.
The unit helped police take four impaired drivers off of local roads.
Terrace, B.C. raised over $83,800 at the annual Relay for Life in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Protesters at Terrace city hall advocating for homelessness relief have added a petition to their latest efforts.
The protesters are pressing for affordable housing solutions and more services for those experiencing homelessness in the Northwest.
The housing and kitchen units will be used for temporary accommodation
They are demanding that the city do more to ease homelessness in Northwestern B.C.
After fleeing the massive wildfire in Fort McMurray, the family says they have been overwhelmed by the support of Northwest B.C. residents.
The eight-hectare fire continues to burn along Whitebottom Rd in the Dasque Creek and Old Remo area near Terrace, B.C.
One specific event at Terrace Totem Ford takes place tomorrow
Apology given in Nass Valley in northwestern B.C. on April 27