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IT SHOULDN’T take the deaths of two people to expose the dangerous nature of the CN rail yard running the length of Terrace, but it has.
School starts up this year with some differences as teachers adapt to the new curriculum - will it be worth it?
With the government's promise to pay for transit service along Highway 16 comes the question of the best way to use the money
Student success should be based on improvement, but that doesn't mean tests should be done away with
Development of the old Co-op property into a hotel/casino is more complicated than you'd expect.
Northern voters traditionally have independent views
The City of Terrace and the Ksan House Society needs assistance from the provincial government in getting with a wet shelter
Enbridge is trying to extend its pipeline permit by promoting an aboriginal buy-in.
The Northwest Community College seems poised to receive funding for new buildings worth an estimated $40 million.
PREMIER Christy Clark’s government has been quick to get in on the Next Big Thing when it comes to public sector spending.
The number of people lodged in the detachment’s cells for being intoxicated is in excess of 1,000 people on a yearly basis...
Improving access to education for aboriginal young people a key takeaway from the Federal Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Of all the 94 recommendations contained in the federal Truth and Reconciliation commission’s report the most important relate to education
If there is a way forward from the history of the residential school experience, the glimmerings of it can be found in northwest B.C.
It's been 10 years since the city dipped into its land reserve for $1 million in late 2005 to buy the Co-op land in Terrace, B.C.
The provincial government should not so easily dismiss the northwest benefits alliance
Last week was quite the week for Canadian democracy...
The first Skeena Valley Farmers’ Market of the year this past Saturday makes it official
Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of the Pacific Northwest Music Festival in Terrace, B.C.
While the region wonders whether or not northwest B.C. will be home to an LNG plant and pipeline, there continue to be other opportunities