Lauren Benn

We need to be ready for the boom

“Communicating the needs of so many small communities is impossible without a regional voice.”

Enbridge deal divides Metis

Two votes to gauge Metis approval for benefits deal were cancelled

JOE Mandur Jr.

Carvings headed for Burns Lake

Carvings will be used to help promote First Nations tourism

JOE Mandur Jr.

Enbridge claims refuted

Neither of two local First Nations signed up for any benefits or equity sharing that could result from Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline.

Autumn Keck and Krista Peden enjoy their lunch hour in the sun in the George Little Park in Terrace yesterday

City gets award for park design

The city team that worked on the George Little Park Spirit Square revitalization project were recently awarded for the park's sharp design.

Autumn Keck and Krista Peden enjoy their lunch hour in the sun in the George Little Park in Terrace yesterday
CALEDONIA SENIOR Secondary School principal Cam MacKay stands beside a portable classroom being installed at his school this fall.

Caledonia also gets portables

Terrace school to grow from 500 to 700 students this fall

CALEDONIA SENIOR Secondary School principal Cam MacKay stands beside a portable classroom being installed at his school this fall.
Diana Falardeau and Casey Eys stand before what will soon become a social enterprise that sells refurbished  materials. The building located on the old Terrace Co-op property was once the Co-op’s garden centre.

Store to emphasize reycling

Terrace outlet to resell useable items that would otherwise be discarded

Diana Falardeau and Casey Eys stand before what will soon become a social enterprise that sells refurbished  materials. The building located on the old Terrace Co-op property was once the Co-op’s garden centre.

Miners hope to ease water fears

Tahltan worried about impacts of Red Chris mining project

Enbridge pipeline, tanker project receives rough ride at Terrace hearings

WHEN WALTER Fricke sits in his boat on the river, fishing rod in hand, it brings him more than peace.

Terrace council refuses rezoning bid

Proposed subdivision raises questions about density

MINING ASSOCIATION of BC president Karina Brino spoke to a luncheon in Terrace May 1.

Mining is more than profit

Mining association president highlights social responsibility at Terrace luncheon

MINING ASSOCIATION of BC president Karina Brino spoke to a luncheon in Terrace May 1.

Terrace’s Skeena Mall improvements planned

Interior and exterior renovations are starting very soon

Don't be fooled by the name tag — Jay Maybin

New Terrace recycling depot opening soon

The local Waste Management firm is putting finishing touches on a new recycling depot that will be free for local residents.

Don't be fooled by the name tag — Jay Maybin

Terrace recycling to go private

But for Terrace taxpayers and local recyclers, the service is offered free of charge.

Amelia Maser takes a stroll down Terrace’s Grand Trunk Pathway

Popular Terrace trail to be extended

The work is being done thanks to a provincial grant

Amelia Maser takes a stroll down Terrace’s Grand Trunk Pathway

Tourism promoter loses tax revenue

Not enough hoteliers supported room tax for Kermodei Tourism Society

Terrace delays RCMP contract signing

City council wants more information on policing cost increases before signing 20-year contract

UPDATE: Terrace chamber makes pitch to cut business taxes

The result would be a shift toward an increase in residential taxes

TERRACE AND District Chamber of Commerce first vice president Gordon Stamp-Vincent

Terrace chamber targets city spending plans

The chamber also pushed its demand for a task force or advisory panel with business representation to look at Terrace's tax rate policy.

TERRACE AND District Chamber of Commerce first vice president Gordon Stamp-Vincent

Terrace businesses want taxes cut

Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce vice president Gordon Stamp-Vincent says businesses are disproportionately paying property taxes.