Terrace student graduates with Harvard honours

The Ewald parents encourage families from the north to consider the opportunities

Leah Wiebe’s family announces plans for extra fundraised money

Money not needed for medical and living expenses during and after treatment will go to help others

  • Jul 23rd, 2017
Festival of Lights 2017
    AbbyFest highlights local talent and community-minded business
      AquaVan 150 wraps up cross-country tour in Vancouver
        Event showcases aboriginal achievements

          Mountie quilt gifted to Terrace RCMP

          Susanne Mikalishen saw a quilt pattern with a Mountie on it and thought of the RCMP here

          • Jul 20th, 2017

          Benefit comedy performances bring in more than $17,000 for young mother

          Money raised from Ian Bagg’s shows is going to Leah’s Fight is our Fight

          • Jul 20th, 2017

          RCMP Inspector ready to ‘trash his stash’ for charity

          Help Inspector Syd Lecky raise $5,000 for the Tour de North, and lose his moustache

          • Jul 19th, 2017

          Premier John Horgan, NDP cabinet get down to work

          NDP’s 22-member cabinet includes minister of mental health

          Bottle drive to raise money surpasses goal by five times the amount

          Clinton Ho wanted to help raise money for Leah Wiebe’s expensive leukemia treatment in the U.S.

          Horse Council BC activates fund to help with animals displaced by B.C. wildfires

          Funds collected will be used to provide resources such as hay, supplies, and gas.

          • Jul 14th, 2017

          Calming the chaos with music

          A father-son duo are bringing smiles in a tense time to evacuees in Prince George

          Irish musician plays his songs in northwestern B.C.

          Noel Lenaghan recently moved from Ireland, his first time in western Canada

          Finding the silver lining in an evacuation

          The recent evacuations from 150 Mile House, have connected Norma Sure to her daughter and nephew

          Terrace mother Leah Wiebe gets her miracle

          BC Ministry of Health agrees to pay for bulk of medical costs associated with treatment

          Six lost when steamer runs aground in Kitselas Canyon

          The accident happened July 6, 1907 in northwestern B.C. near present day Terrace

          • Jul 12th, 2017

          Cassie Hall students learn about the great outdoors

          Program included planting vegetables and harvesting what they grew

          North Coast Anglers owners doing well after fire

          Barbecue at Lakelse and Kalum today, site of the former fish tackle store which burned last April

          Book recounts history of TB hospital near Prince Rupert

          Hospital at one time contained as many as 180 patients

          • Jul 10th, 2017

          Kitsumkalum school focussed on student success

          One of the objectives is to construct a new facility

          • Jul 10th, 2017

          Large crowd gathers for Usk chapel rededication

          Chapel at Usk near Terrace, B.C. was built by the Christian Reformed Church 50 years ago

          • Jul 10th, 2017