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City of Terrace bill for remediation on former shopping centre site is adding up
Evidence needed of post-strike improvements to school system
Terrace mayor impromptu's Q and A sparks need for more contact
Taxpayers should be concerned at how government spends their money
Cumbersome disciplinary process does no favours to the police or the public
High level financiers look to the state for assistance
Where’s the sense in higher rates driving other families into the poor house?
There is talk of the number of volunteers decreasing as jobs become more plentiful and people spend more time making ends meet...
When it comes to managing growth, Terrace is in a unique position to learn from what worked – and what didn't – elsewhere in the province
Land sales revenues could be used for the common good
Province remains silent on liquefied natural gas details
Large indusrial projects are measured in the decades
Deal reached between Nisga'a and Avanti is another huge hurdle cleared for the region's economic future
Modern classroom are complex places with many different kinds of students
There’s plenty of options to enjoy life on two wheels in Terrace, B.C.
The sound of sirens punctuating the air of downtown Terrace around lunchtime April 7 had to stand as a comfort
Is it just us, or does it feel like all eyes are locked on northwest B.C.?
The following editorial appears in the March 5, 2014 issue of The Terrace Standard
The following is the editorial in The Terrace Standard of Feb. 26, 2014
What's "fair" about the Fair Elections Act? Editorial: The Terrace Standard, Feb. 19, 2014