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Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralson, is asking the federal government to develop plans to improve CN Rail’s services. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Northern B.C. rail service is unreliable and inadequate, trade minister says

Bruce Ralston pushes federal minister of transport to ensure reliable supply of rail cars

Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralson, is asking the federal government to develop plans to improve CN Rail’s services. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
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Eskay Creek gold mine acquired by Skeena Resources

Purchase from Barrick Gold further stregnthens company’s foothold on Golden Triangle

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Days numbered for dreary downtown canopy

Days numbered for dreary downtown canopy

Business and building owners hatch plan for face-lift-project with a west-coast feel

Days numbered for dreary downtown canopy
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Snow wallops Terrace
Tam gives advice on keeping holiday gatherings safe
Canada, Britain strike new trade deal before Brexit deadline
Feds review pandemic warning system
CN Rail is hiring hundreds of new employees in Western Canada. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

CN to hire 600 people in Western Canada

After laying off 1,000 employees over past two years, Canada’s largest rail company on hiring spree

CN Rail is hiring hundreds of new employees in Western Canada. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Boota and Diljit Uppal have run their Sears franchise successfully for 17 years in Terrace, but will close their doors end of December.

Sears set to close its doors in Terrace

Action follows franchise owners’ successfull, 17-year run

Boota and Diljit Uppal have run their Sears franchise successfully for 17 years in Terrace, but will close their doors end of December.
Premier John Horgan and ‘Namgis Chief Don Svanvik meet at Alert Bay over opposition to salmon farming, Oct. 12, 2017. (Hanna Petersen/North Island Gazette)

B.C. minister warned salmon farm not to restock

Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says

Premier John Horgan and ‘Namgis Chief Don Svanvik meet at Alert Bay over opposition to salmon farming, Oct. 12, 2017. (Hanna Petersen/North Island Gazette)
Coulson Litigation will speak for small B.C. wineries in R. v. Comeau. Submitted photo

Canada’s Supreme Court to hear from small B.C. wineries

Okanagan wineries granted intervener status in monumental case

Coulson Litigation will speak for small B.C. wineries in R. v. Comeau. Submitted photo
Non-bank financial service providers, including the Northern Savings Credit Union, may have to pull the words “bank”, “bankers” and “banking” from their websites to meet federal regulation. (Photo from www.northsave.com)

Northern Savings may have to stop using the word ‘Bank’

Northern Savings Credit Union may be prohibited from using the word

Non-bank financial service providers, including the Northern Savings Credit Union, may have to pull the words “bank”, “bankers” and “banking” from their websites to meet federal regulation. (Photo from www.northsave.com)
Sight & Sound owners Gord McConnell and Tony Demelo are shifting to specialize their store solely on music.

Sight & Sound hones in on musical passion

The Terrace store is splitting in two, with electonics and Telus services sold to Andre’s Electronics

Sight & Sound owners Gord McConnell and Tony Demelo are shifting to specialize their store solely on music.
Terrace RCMP detachment

Intoxicated man scared about drugs he’s taken asks to talk to police

Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 135 calls for service July 7-11.

  • Jul 12, 2017
Terrace RCMP detachment
Terrace entrepreneurs win cash

Terrace entrepreneurs win cash

Eight people from Terrace stood out at the ThriveNorth Business Challenge

  • Jun 1, 2017
Terrace entrepreneurs win cash
Last year's Business Challenge winners will soon be joined a new crop for 2017. From left

Young entrepreneurs can win prizes in northwestern B.C.

ThriveNorth Business Challenge returns; now in its third year

  • Mar 28, 2017
Last year's Business Challenge winners will soon be joined a new crop for 2017. From left
IT was a good-bye with appreciation Jan. 18 as the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce held a wine and cheese  to recognize departing executive director Erika Magnuson-Ford

New executive director takes reins at Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce

Michelle Taylor has deep roots within the Terrace business community

  • Jan 21, 2017
IT was a good-bye with appreciation Jan. 18 as the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce held a wine and cheese  to recognize departing executive director Erika Magnuson-Ford
CT scanner adapted for logs creates an image to determine location of flaws

Log scanning pioneered to find flaws in timber

Skeena Sawmills wants to be B.C.'s first mill to use CT scanning technology to produce high-grade wood from lower-grade stands

  • Nov 23, 2016
CT scanner adapted for logs creates an image to determine location of flaws
Nine-axle log trucks are hauling to Canfor's Vanderhoof sawmill

Longer trucks save forest companies money, fuel

BC FOREST FUTURE: Nine-axle log trucks reduce costs, carbon emissions on longer hauls needed in areas affected by mountain pine beetle

  • Nov 22, 2016
Nine-axle log trucks are hauling to Canfor's Vanderhoof sawmill
Conference Board predicts LNG investment rebound despite low world prices

Conference Board predicts LNG investment rebound despite low world prices

Report sees hope for liquefied natural gas projects on B.C. coast

  • Oct 14, 2016
Conference Board predicts LNG investment rebound despite low world prices