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Concept drawing for planned Ksan housing project on Haugland on the southside.

More units added to proposed Terrace, B.C. affordable housing proposal

Complex would be built by Ksan House Society on city-owned land

Concept drawing for planned Ksan housing project on Haugland on the southside.
NORTHWEST Community College has set out an extensive renovation and construction plan.

City of Terrace backs community college renewal plan

Northwest Community College has sights set on renovations, construction

NORTHWEST Community College has set out an extensive renovation and construction plan.
Proposed affordable housing program on Haugland Ave. on Terrace's southside.

More units added to proposed Terrace, B.C. housing project

From 39 units, the proposed Ksan House Society complex increases to 45 units

Proposed affordable housing program on Haugland Ave. on Terrace's southside.
KERMODE Friendship Centre executive director Cal Albright on a piece of land on Park Ave. it has tagged for a daycare and social housing location.

Society makes daycare pitch to Terrace city council

Proposal would also include social housing component

KERMODE Friendship Centre executive director Cal Albright on a piece of land on Park Ave. it has tagged for a daycare and social housing location.
Kerry Giesbrecht speaks at yesterday evening's public hearing for the rezoning of a downtown building wanted for an extreme weather shelter.

Council votes against new homeless shelter rezone

Ksan House Society wanted to buy a building in downtown Terrace, B.C. to use as a year-round extreme weather shelter

Kerry Giesbrecht speaks at yesterday evening's public hearing for the rezoning of a downtown building wanted for an extreme weather shelter.
Terrace and District Community Services Society employee and head homeless counter Mike Watson checking if anyone is home in tents located near downtown on April. 20

More than 100 homeless in Terrace B.C.

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.

Terrace and District Community Services Society employee and head homeless counter Mike Watson checking if anyone is home in tents located near downtown on April. 20
Cst. Angela Rabut shows a training binder for an upcoming restorative justice seminar being held in Terrace.

Upcoming Terrace, B.C. course teaches community justice

Restorative justice involves finding solutions to crimes where the offender and the victim meet in facilitated environment

Cst. Angela Rabut shows a training binder for an upcoming restorative justice seminar being held in Terrace.

Shelter proposal fuels debate

Monday's public hearing and meeting should end with council voting on the rezone application for a downtown extreme shelter in Terrace, B.C.

Council gives blessing to extend liquor sales

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

This will be the third annual homeless count that the city has done. During the last two years

Homeless count taking place in Terrace next week

City helping finance the third year of counting local homeless population

This will be the third annual homeless count that the city has done. During the last two years

Public hearing on Terrace, B.C. homeless shelter delayed

Crowds of residents showed up at city hall last night, leading council to reschedule to a larger venue at a later date.

Yellow House demolition underway

Co-owner says putting it up for sale didn't come to fruition

Terrace, B.C. detox discussions continue

Detox concept spurred by coroner's inquest into death of local woman

FORMER Christ Lutheran Church building on the corner of Sparks and Park to be converted to commercial use.

Former Terrace, B.C. church building to have new use

Services ended at Christ Lutheran Church when membership declined

FORMER Christ Lutheran Church building on the corner of Sparks and Park to be converted to commercial use.
A building on Lazelle Ave. in downtown Terrace could become the new location for an extreme weather shelter for homeless.

Terrace, B.C. homeless shelter plan draws opposition

The shelter would provide a safe place for people who have been drinking

A building on Lazelle Ave. in downtown Terrace could become the new location for an extreme weather shelter for homeless.

City of Terrace to take part in detox centre planning

But it won't enact other recommendations contained in inquest into local woman's death

Conceptual drawing of a planned affordable housing complex on Haugland Ave.

Affordable housing project planned for Southside

Non-profits are asking for the city to pitch in to build a $13.5 million low income building in Terrace, B.C.

Conceptual drawing of a planned affordable housing complex on Haugland Ave.
This burn pile on Braun's Island is at the root of a dispute that has caused one resident to call for reforms to open burning rules.

Resident wants tighter burn laws

An asthma attack suffered by a Braun's Island resident in southwest Terrace has caused him to seek a change in open burn laws

This burn pile on Braun's Island is at the root of a dispute that has caused one resident to call for reforms to open burning rules.

Terrace, B.C. council affirms rejection of fluoride referendum request

One councillor, however, thought residents should be able to express choice through a referendum

Those attending today's pro-LNG rally in Terrace B.C. also took the opportunity to autograph a large banner.

LNG industry boosted at Terrace, B.C. rally

Speakers included Terrace mayor Carol Leclerc and Haisla chief councillor Ellis Ross

Those attending today's pro-LNG rally in Terrace B.C. also took the opportunity to autograph a large banner.