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Complex would be built by Ksan House Society on city-owned land
Northwest Community College has sights set on renovations, construction
From 39 units, the proposed Ksan House Society complex increases to 45 units
Proposal would also include social housing component
Ksan House Society wanted to buy a building in downtown Terrace, B.C. to use as a year-round extreme weather shelter
The city’s most recent homeless count conducted shows a 30 per cent jump in the number of homeless since the same time last year.
Restorative justice involves finding solutions to crimes where the offender and the victim meet in facilitated environment
Monday's public hearing and meeting should end with council voting on the rezone application for a downtown extreme shelter in Terrace, B.C.
Despite some RCMP resistance to the idea, a local pub has passed the first hurdle in getting its extended licence for Terrace, B.C. outlet
City helping finance the third year of counting local homeless population
Crowds of residents showed up at city hall last night, leading council to reschedule to a larger venue at a later date.
Co-owner says putting it up for sale didn't come to fruition
Detox concept spurred by coroner's inquest into death of local woman
Services ended at Christ Lutheran Church when membership declined
The shelter would provide a safe place for people who have been drinking
But it won't enact other recommendations contained in inquest into local woman's death
Non-profits are asking for the city to pitch in to build a $13.5 million low income building in Terrace, B.C.
An asthma attack suffered by a Braun's Island resident in southwest Terrace has caused him to seek a change in open burn laws
One councillor, however, thought residents should be able to express choice through a referendum
Speakers included Terrace mayor Carol Leclerc and Haisla chief councillor Ellis Ross