Quinn Bender, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Flooding unlikely this year throughout Skeena watershed

Flooding unlikely this year throughout Skeena watershed

Region’s snowpack among lowest in the province

Flooding unlikely this year throughout Skeena watershed
Question of the Week | May 21

Question of the Week | May 21

Did you expand your social circle over the May long weekend?

Question of the Week | May 21
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Eight Northwest salmon conservation projects receive funding for grassroots work

Pacific Salmon Foundation awards $1.2 million total to B.C. community-driven initiatives

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Terrace Search and Rescue vice president Dave Jephson during longline training exercises in 2018. Quinn Bender photo

Calls to Terrace Search and Rescue fall to zero during pandemic

The good news is a sharp contrast to a provincial spike of 35 per cent in May

Terrace Search and Rescue vice president Dave Jephson during longline training exercises in 2018. Quinn Bender photo
Question of the Week | May 14

Question of the Week | May 14

Will you put your children in school once openings allow, or wait until the next school year?

Question of the Week | May 14
Tahltan Territory (TCG map)

Tahltan stay the course, ask non-resident hunters to keep out of traditional territory

Request comes despite province’s easing of recreational restrictions

Tahltan Territory (TCG map)
SD82 begins rolling out in-school support for students

SD82 begins rolling out in-school support for students

Grades K to 7 children of essential workers first on the list

SD82 begins rolling out in-school support for students
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Guidelines for recreational fishing expected this week

Travel bans will challenge businesses in fisheries already hurt by low stocks

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Question of the Week

Question of the Week

Is home schooling working out for your family?

Question of the Week
Corruption allegations against Nisga’a Lisms Government without merit: report

Corruption allegations against Nisga’a Lisms Government without merit: report

Former employee behind explosive email says investigation committee was biased

Corruption allegations against Nisga’a Lisms Government without merit: report

This is no time for complacency

This novel-coronavirus pandemic is dramatically changing the lives of British Columbians, more…

Question of the Week

Question of the Week

Are you planning to have a modified garage sale because of physical distancing?

Question of the Week
With waste and recycling services impacted in some communities due to the pandemic, BC Conservation says vigilance it’s more important than ever to keep bears at bay. Black Press File Photo

Impacted garbage, recycling service prompts call for vigilance at start of bear season

BC Conservation highlights dramatic conflict decline in Bear Smart Communities

With waste and recycling services impacted in some communities due to the pandemic, BC Conservation says vigilance it’s more important than ever to keep bears at bay. Black Press File Photo
Question of the Week | April 16

Question of the Week | April 16

Are you using more technology during the pandemic, or spending more time doing family activities?

Question of the Week | April 16
Question of the Week | April 9

Question of the Week | April 9

Are you taking any steps to protect your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Question of the Week | April 9
Signs at the entrances to the Kitselas villages of Gitaus and Kulspai advise travel to the communities is restricted to members and those on essential business. (Submitted photo)

Kitselas villages closed to visitors

Closure the latest among Terrace-area First Nations communities

Signs at the entrances to the Kitselas villages of Gitaus and Kulspai advise travel to the communities is restricted to members and those on essential business. (Submitted photo)
Painted bee-boxes are displayed on the McDonald families lawn last weekend. Submitted photo

Terrace a-buzz over the latest art trend

Backyard bee-box painting project explodes in popularity during difficult times

Painted bee-boxes are displayed on the McDonald families lawn last weekend. Submitted photo
Knowing where the COVID-19 cases are does not protect you

Knowing where the COVID-19 cases are does not protect you

Provincial Health Officer explains why communities are not being named

Knowing where the COVID-19 cases are does not protect you
Northwest mines lengthen crew rotations in response to COVID-19

Northwest mines lengthen crew rotations in response to COVID-19

Northern Health confident precautions sufficient enough to keep work camps open

Northwest mines lengthen crew rotations in response to COVID-19
Sections of pipe for the western most portion of the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline at a storage yard north of Kitimat. (File photo)

Coastal GasLink gives $100K to United Way efforts in Northern B.C.

Organization’s COVID-19 Relief Fund benefits seniors in isolation, among others

Sections of pipe for the western most portion of the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline at a storage yard north of Kitimat. (File photo)