Josh Massey

Forest fire near Cedarvale forces Hwy 16 closure

RCMP have stopped traffic as a precaution while firefighters get to work dousing the blaze west of Terrace

Tahltan face down another mining company

Tahltan Central Council president Chad Day spoke out this week against operations of a mining company called Doubleview

Razor Efficient

Thornhill resident guns for zero emissions in building new home

Cherries a bust this year despite early hopes

Terrace fruit tree expert says early budding due to heat followed by cold might have caused lack of cherries

Terrace, B.C. sawmill closes down

Weather and markets cited as reason for closure which is regarded as temporary

Terrace affordable housing project on hold

Land sale carried out under the city policy of only selling to developers who said they would include a component of lower cost housing

Time for Truth, Reconciliation

For local Terrace resident Louisa Gray, the social damage caused by residential schools is something she deals with every day

Hundreds gather for Terrace UNBC tree planting

The planting marks the 25th anniversary of the university's formation

Kitselas First Nation welcomes new water system

Previous wells had run dry, meaning water had to be trucked in

Terrace mayor to tour oil sands site

Terrace, B.C. mayor Carol Leclerc will travel to Fort McMurray, Alberta this week

Terrace and area toxic drop off pleased organizers

More than 350 households dropped off toxic and other material May 24

Cardboard next on dump ban list

That's the word from public works officials from the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine and the City of Terrace

City of Terrace officials in China

Part of a delegation meeting with Chinese interests who purchased land at industrial park near Northwest Regional Airport last year

Terrace submits bid to host national aboriginal hockey championship

This was one item on last night's city council agenda that also saw council strike down a company's bid to install a large advertising sign.

$18 million dollar Klappan coal license price ‘reasonable’

Fortune Minerals and POSCO will divide equally the $18 million being paid by BC Rail

Residential tenancy rules protect landlords, tenants

The provincial government’s Residential Tenancy Branch has taken its first tour of the region to hold information workshops

Alcan environmental hearings continue in Victoria

The second week of the Rio Tinto Alcan environmental appeals board hearings is underway this week

Province rejects request for planning money

Northwest Resource Benefits Alliance has been seeking hundreds of millions of dollars to help ease the pressure of industrial development

Salmon Glacier to disappear within 90 years

New study shows the glacier complex which includes the Salmon Glacier near Stewart will have virtually disappeared between 2075 and 2100

Tim Hortons intersection to be overhauled

New access road and double drive-through part of plan to easy RCMP concerns over crowded Terrace intersection