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Pacific NorthWest LNG announced today a positive final investment decision for its Lelu Island terminal, subject to two conditions.
Construction is to conclude in 2017 on the terminal
Three interior First Nations bands have declared their opposition to the Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal planned for Lelu Island.
Prince Rupert RCMP are confirming new details about last week's fatal accident, but will not be releasing the names of those involved.
As the China Nose wildfire burns between Topley and Burns Lake, Telus is "on heightened alert".
The Watson Island Development Corporation hopes to return the former pulp mill to the major economic contributor it once was.
Kitimat is enjoying an economic boom and leading the increase in activity is the modernization of the Rio Tinto Alcan aluminum plant.
After years of construction and preparation, the Mount Milligan mine 92 kilometres north of Fort St. James is up and running.
See you in Smithers – the Terrace River Kings are heading to the CIHL Western Conference championships
Terrace beat the Prince Rupert Rampage twice at home this weekend to emerge victorious from the first western conference playoff round
The Prince Rupert Rampage put the CIHL Western Conference leading Terrace River Kings on the brink of elimination.
The coroner has confirmed with the family that the deceased male recovered near Galloway Rapids today is Adam Moore.
Anyone wanting to head east on Highway 16 this afternoon can expect to be delayed until much later this evening.
The Terrace River Kings traveled to Prince Rupert for the Challenge Cup on Sept. 20 and 21, and came away outscored 10-2 in two games.
When the Terrace River Kings take to the ice this fall, the league will be much different.
Kitimat Clean Ltd. president David Black says rail could be an option for getting oil from Alberta to a planned refinery near Kitimat.
The BC Coroner's Service has confirmed that 38-year old Kevin Brian Campbell of Terrace was killed in an accident on Highway 16.
The Rupert Rampage gained their first win of the season here in Terrace last Friday night
The RCMP task force investigating murdered and missing women in BC announced today a breakthrough in the Highway of Tears case.
The National Transportation Safety Board took direct aim at Enbridge and its procedures in a report on a 2010 Michigan oil spill.
The Lax Kw'alaams First Nation now owns an engineering company.