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Zero waste tips for Terrace’s first Plastic Free July

Challenge encourages residents make reusable options a habit

Parklet pop-up open for Terrace pedestrians

Moveable summer patio sits over an existing parking space, city says

Skeena Voices | A heart of diversity

Immigrating 30 years ago, Saša Loggin now welcomes newcomers to Canada

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'No more papier mache dog:' Mac the Moose gets his bigger rack

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Kitimat visitors greeted by new sign

Rosswood releases T-shirt collection

Local artist Marie-Christine Claveau’s paintings are featured in the four designs

Skeena Voices | A century of smiles

Doris Mills celebrated her 101st birthday and says she still feels young

Skeena Voices | Who is the hot dog guy?

Johnny Norton grills hot dogs that has the town talking and coming back for more

Superior generosity — local company donates to shop class

John Heighington, president of Superior Linen Supply and Time Cleaners Ltd, squeezes…

Winners crowned in 2019 Miss BC competition

The province-wide competition brings contestants to Fort Langley for 14 years in a row

QUIZ: How much do you really know about Canada?

Put your knowledge to the test with these 20 questions on Canadian facts

Enderby, B.C., named Canada’s most active community

The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge to award city with $150,000

Restored Tsimshian totem pole, a gift from B.C., unveiled in Whitehorse

The Gawagani Pts’aan, meaning “Peace Totem Pole,” was gifted to the Yukon government in 1971.

Skeena Voices | Designing a strong identity

Kelly Bapty is the province’s first Indigenous female architect from a B.C. nation

First Tears to Hope Relay Run to Terrace for MMIWG

Over 50 participants are running the Highway of Tears from both Prince Rupert and Smithers

Music that celebrates the Skeena landscape premieres in Terrace

“Skeena Suite” was dedicated to and conducted by retiring music teacher Geoff Parr

Nisga’a mortuary pole unveiled in Prince Rupert cemetery on Father’s Day weekend

First-ever pole raised in the Fairview Cemetery was in honour of renowned carver, Robert Tait