Josh Massey

Pilot project tailored for women

The eight-week Circle of Life knitting program was the first of its kind for the Kermode Friendship Centre

Miners pursue injunction costs

Klabona Keepers say they can't or won't pay fees including $9,000 in photocopying from the November injunction hearing in Terrace

Growing home

Community food organizers and local farmers Diana Penner and Agatha Jedrzejczyk are on an organic mission

Terrace mayor retires from day job

Carol Leclerc says city duties will keep her occupied

Homeless count rises in Terrace, B.C.

This is the second year counters have fanned out through northern B.C. city

Scientist leery of B.C.’s LNG potential

David Hughes questions whether there's enough gas to feed planned exports

Terrace city council turns down airport request for development fee exemption

Airport should also ask other local governments for help, council decides

Building a business by thinking small

A vision of a micro home community by the Kalum river north of Terrace comes to light at business expo

Author talks ground-truthing this Earth Day

Derrick Stacey Denholm is interested in the ecology of the north coast and approaches the topic through a fusion of poetry and science.

City of Terrace plans to reduce business taxes by 1%

The decision is in response to both pressure from the business community as well as the desire to honour a 2013 council resolution

How many homeless people are there in Terrace, B.C.?

The city's second annual homeless count aims to answer that question

Major aquatic centre overhaul wanted by Terrace, B.C. council

City is asking for $4.7 million from the federal government

City applies for $4.7 million to upgrade aquatic centre

Gas tax application one of several items that came up at last night's regular Terrace council meeting.

Terrace museum looks to update mutiny records

A manuscript that’s at least 30 years old chronicling one of Terrace’s more remarkable historical events may be updated and published

Terrace, BC council backs subsidized daycare

Provincial program would also raise wages of workers, advocates say

Elder abuse warning issued

Terrace workshop teaches community leaders about the vulnerability of an aging population

Motel forecast for Terrace B.C.’s southside

The latest proposed development is planned for a strip of land beside Polly’s Cafe in the 4900 Block of Keith Ave.

Glass recycling shift to start for Terrace and area

New depot service will accept several new item types free of charge at Thornhill location

Glass and other new recycling options coming for Terrace and area

The days of stockpiling glass bottles and hoarding plastic bags will be over as of April. 1

Bench area to be site of townhouses in Terrace, B.C.

The 35-unit townhouse complex will be located on a 2.7 acre lot in the 5100 Block of McConnell Ave.