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High up on Christy Clark’s ‘to do’ list when she unveils her new cabinet and new direction has to be aboriginal treaty settlements
Slide guitarist, back after a break, has her mojo back again
With a rejuvenated Premier Christy Clark at the head of a re-elected BC Liberal government, the question for the northwest is what now?
Such a policy would be expensive, argues the Fraser Institute
Daycare could save money as well as help students as they enter school
What's the fastest growing business in Terrace, B.C.?
The first edition of The Terrace Standard hit the streets on April 27, 1988
The Liberal Party of Canada leadership race may not be top of mind for many northwesterners save for one factor...
More is needed to involve northwest in burgeoning energy industry
Projects amount to billions, but who is watching out for northwestern B.C.?
Canadians are rightfully gaining international prominece
Early childhood development expert introduced groundbreaking educational tools to the Terrace
Who can afford a two-week spring break? Is it necessary or simply convenient?
Despite the dangers, hitchhiking continues in northwestern BC
A look ahead at what’s on the sports horizon. To have your sporting or athletic event included, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terrace’s Jacqueline Lenuik has retired from competitive skating and is returning to the area
That old cliche “what a difference a year makes” does not apply to Enbridge’s planned Northern Gateway pipeline project
Here’s the second half of our sports year in review — some the moments that caught our attention during the last six months of 2012
Brace yourself for a hectic time in Terrace and northwestern BC
It’s that time of year again — the first installment of our sports year in review