Rod Link

Ottawa contains many reminders of northwestern B.C.

From a Supreme Court of Canada justice to the crash of an American nuke-carrying bomber, you’re never far from home while in nation’s capital.

Northwest B.C. mine pours first gold

Pretium’s Brucejack mine in production earlier than forecast

Terrorist attacks can only be stopped from within

“Those who cannot be part of a secular and multi faith culture have no place in our society and we must stop protecting them.”

In opposition, Ellis Ross will stay busy

More focused on this riding, top of his list should be Mills Memorial Hospital

Northwestern B.C. NDP MP deals with new faces both in Victoria and in Ottawa

Nathan Cullen says he wants good working relationships

Terrace Standard story found uplifting

“I hope Jocelyn DeWalle’s story inspires and educates those that don’t struggle with addiction to learn more about it, not judge and be empathetic.”

Update: Flood watch for northwestern B.C. has ended

The flood watch for the Skeena River and its tributaries and the…

Editorial: Political math

WHO would not want to have been a fly on the wall…

She’s the incredible shrinking columnist

No matter how well you think you’ve prepared for disaster the actual…

Skeena was crucial to NDP win

But without the riding, NDP minority on shaky ground

Park renovations top $700,000

Extra money fund raised is going toward more fun features for the park

U13 boys triumphant at Kamloops soccer tourney

Competitive play sharpened team’s performance

Crowded field for Kitselas First Nation council elections

Many in the running for chief councillor and councillor positions. Election is June 12.

Liberal Ellis Ross elected: Now what?

Perhaps Christy Clarke’s specific support means he will have a stronger voice

Skeena BC Liberal candidate Ellis Ross focussed on jobs

Hopes to translate Haisla Nation council experience across the riding

Voters take advantage of advance voting in the Skeena riding

Advance voting continues today and on May 5 and May 6

City of Terrace to gather business opinions

Second year in a row city to tour businesses in Terrace and Thornhill

Fence going up around George Little House in Terrace, B.C.

The fence will help deter people from trespassing through CN railyard

Northwest edged out of the Green debate

Northwest B.C. is set apart from the rest of the province by the Green party, or rather lack of its presence here.

Terrace Business Expo draws a good crowd

Annual event hosted by the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce