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A petition with 818 signatures was signed in protest of a coming landfill's location
Increased activity reflects economic optimism in the city and beyond
THE GITXSAN hereditary chief who signed the deal with Enbridge that has touched off a series of protests says he's not sorry.
The local non-profit which has already taken over operations at the ski facility remains tight-lipped about its negotiated purchase price.
SHAREHOLDERS of a mining and exploration company that’s ready to set-up-shop in Terrace have approved a merger.
Last night marked the final meeting of this city council's term.
Skiing at Shames Mountain will be delayed one week due to heavy snowfall and the need to have its chairlift fully inspected.
The final vote count for Terrace's mayor and city councillors is finished.
THE DOORS to the Kitwanga sawmill have closed just three months after a flashy July photo-op celebrated its grand opening.
Chris Hansen is leaving her society post after 15 years.
The city of Terrace will only host events at venues with wheelchair access from now on.
THE CITY of Terrace is buying an experimental car lent to it a year and a half ago by BC Hydro.
Paying for skiing from the public purse drew criticisms and support at the Nov. 8th all candidates meeting.
A four-year-long court battle quietly put to rest this January is resurfacing during this municipal election.
A CITY program is helping Terrace homeowners save cash on heating bills with a $100 subsidy.
WEALTH and money are not the same thing, says an outdoor enthusiast, college instructor and youth worker.
A former City of Terrace councillor wants to return in a bid for what would be a fourth term on council.
A LOCAL tradesman with a business background who is in pursuit of a city council seat believes there are efficiencies to be made.
FOR ONE city councillor incumbent, serving others is what brings her fulfillment.
A CURRENT city councillor and social work professor might just be snapping his fingers to Aretha Franklin’s “Respect”right now.