Community

Terrace woman turns 100-years old

Martine Homburg immigrated to Canada in 1951 after Nazi occupation in the Netherlands

VIDEOS: Companion kittens needed for terminally ill grandpa cat

A Lower Mainland feline rescue group wants to immerse Mason in kitten love during his last weeks.

Nisga’a Nation rings in lunar new year

More than 1,500 people gather to celebrate Hobiyee

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Syrian refugee families thriving with work at Terrace sawmill
Rosswood interpretive sign unveiled
Centennial Christian School Spring Classic 5K
Terrace Fire Department conducts exercises for interior fire rescue program

B.C. senior celebrates 109th birthday

Salmon Arm’s Lena Johnston looks back on adventure of arriving in the Shuswap

  • Mar 6th, 2018

VIDEO: Spirit North take Indigenous youth back to the land through sport

Spirit North is a program for Indigenous youth and families

Ekitangaala Ministries’ new Ugandan medical clinic dedicated to deceased Terrace youth

Aleckx Sharp left ministry founder Sydney Maki $7,000 to continue her philanthropic pursuits

Pink Shirt Day in Prince Rupert

Did you wear your pink shirt for Anti-Bullying Day? Send us a photo!

  • Feb 28th, 2018

B.C. boy battles rare cancer as community rallies

A parent’s worst nightmare: Community support building for seven-year-old Okanagan cancer victim

Volunteers step up to the grill to help the Ksan Society

A group of volunteers from the Northwest Community College are flipping burgers, walking to help after this year’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser was cancelled.

Mixing community and cuisine

The Skeena Diversity Centre hosts an International Cooking night every Friday to celebrate diversity, culture and food

Evacuated cat finds his way home seven months after B.C. wildfires

‘He just decided he was going on a holiday — an extended holiday’

Via Rail’s unofficial travelling art program

Jasper-Prince Rupert train has a car dedicated to art offered by the one-of-a-kind Bruce Brown

Terrace Scouts camp overnight in snow huts

The quinzee snow huts are good survival shelters for youth, says a volunteer leader with Terrace scouts

Lottery will help save children’s lives

Each ticket gets you a chance to win a lot of money, while helping a lot of kids

Quesnel Soup event to crowdfund community improvement projects

Groups invited to pitch; event attendees will vote to help fund innovative community projects

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Annual Heritage Day celebration highlights Terrace history, culture

Over 30 vendors displayed various vintage and historic items from the city’s past on Feb.17 in the Sportsplex Banquet Room.

First annual Valentines Day Memorial Walk to honor missing and murdered Indigenous people held in Terrace

Mayor Carol Leclerc and RCMP Cst. Angela Rabut joined members of the Radek family and walkers on Feb. 14 from the Chill Soda Shop on Highway 16 to the Tempo Gas Station.

Taking a virtual walk across Canada

The Kermode Friendship Society challenged their staff to participate in this year’s competition, which aims to promote physical activity, networking, and friendly competition.