Editorials

Keeping northern routes up to Greyhound

Ridership lost confidence in company over security, scheduling, pricing

Are schools hiding the truth?

Vague provincial assessments do not help students prepare for the real world

  • Sep 21st, 2017

Math, literacy central for northern B.C. school district

As schools ready to open, it needs to be back to the basics for Coast Mountains School District

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Terrace Aquatic Centre upgrade tracking forward
    Festival of Lights 2017
      no imbed code???
        Northern Health celebrates 500th MRI scan in Terrace

          Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

          Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it

          Bert Husband appointed as new publisher

          With years of newspaper experience, Husband takes over from Rod Link, who’s been publisher since 1991

          We are grateful

          Prince Rupert publisher Todd Hamilton pays tribute to retiring Terrace editor Rod Link

          Grateful farewell

          Editor Rod Link shares thanks in what is his final issue at The Terrace Standard

          Happy 150th, Canada

          Would you rather live anywhere else?

          • Jun 24th, 2017

          In opposition, Ellis Ross will stay busy

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

          Skeena was crucial to NDP win

          But without the riding, NDP minority on shaky ground

          Public sector steps up in Terrace, B.C.

          Projects provide foundations for the future

          • May 27th, 2017

          City of Terrace transportation plan an ambitious document

          Overpass of CN tracks bound to spark renewed debate

          • May 22nd, 2017

          Liberal Ellis Ross elected: Now what?

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

          Mills Memorial replacement must be on priority list

          With the election now over, Terrace, B.C. hospital project needs full attention

          • May 12th, 2017

          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.