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Many in the running for chief councillor and councillor positions. Election is June 12.
Perhaps Christy Clarke’s specific support means he will have a stronger voice
Hopes to translate Haisla Nation council experience across the riding
Advance voting continues today and on May 5 and May 6
Second year in a row city to tour businesses in Terrace and Thornhill
The fence will help deter people from trespassing through CN railyard
Northwest B.C. is set apart from the rest of the province by the Green party, or rather lack of its presence here.
Annual event hosted by the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce
As the two provincial candidates in the Skeena riding vie for votes, the key question for Terrace B.C. voters is who do we trust?
City officials have clarified wording in its sign bylaw to note that its 30-sign limit is for public property, not private.
Directors of the northwest B.C. hospital district were right on when they stood firm about its share of hospital costs.
Bordered by a school, Sande Overpass, and residential properties, is the current location of Mills Memorial Hospital the best place?
Construction started last week on the space needed for the first-ever MRI unit at Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace B.C.
The review of medical images in question from the Terrace B.C. hospital is about 30 per cent done.
Along with job opportunities during construction of a new Mills Memorial Hospital, the facility will also provide more professional jobs.
CN Police Constable Jack Ashford has hands full in Terrace, B.C. by keeping people off the rail tracks
The construction of a new Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace B.C. offers vast opportunity for local employment.
Projects like the new Mills Memorial Hospital typically take seven years altogether, but de Jong said procurement could start next year.
A wing of the new Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace B.C should be named in honour of the McRaes for their dedication to care here.
Depleted grocery shelves over the family day long weekend in Terrace B.C. could warn us about our dependence on goods from the south.