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City streamlining public art process

Framework for public art proposals will consider logistics, not creative aspects

EXCLUSIVE: A first look at the land title memorandum between Wet’suwet’en, B.C. and Canada

Exclusive and/or shared jurisdiction will be handed over to First Nation houses over time

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Additional $650M pledged in COVID-19 aid for Indigenous communities

Nav Canada suspends overnight air navigation services at Terrace airport

Airport will not have a Flight Service Specialist working between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Rio Tinto hits $10 million in COVID-19 contributions across Canada, U.S.

The figure includes a $50,000 donation to the Kitimat Hospital Foundation

Terrace youth soccer goes online

Web training sessions available until pandemic passes

Plenty of work still to be done at museum this summer

Museum to miss busy summer season, closed until COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Former Sentinel editor Malcolm Baxter passes away

Remembered for his humour and his teaching of young journalists in Kitimat and Terrace

Corruption allegations against Nisga’a Lisms Government without merit: report

Former employee behind explosive email says investigation committee was biased

Council briefs: Sewer and water fees up 5 per cent

Summary of key discussions from the public council meeting April 27.

Federal grant helping Salvation Army meet local need

Level of community cooperation called amazing

Wet’suwet’en elected chiefs call for withdrawal of ‘premature’ agreement on rights and title

The elected chiefs claim negotiation process ignored them and many clan members

Pedestrians report close calls under malfunctioning traffic light

Light at Kalum St. and Scott Ave. should be fixed soon, city says

Terraceview Lodge hopes for wheelchair sanitizer

New machine could be funded by donations

City council to pen letter against drug trafficking

RCMP asked council for a community impact statement to be used in court

Tax increase to cover extra snow removal, new staffing costs

City of Terrace made budget reductions, but taxes still set to increase 4.5 per cent

Landslide rumbles down Copper Mountain

No damage or injuries reported

B.C. announces funding to improve rural internet connectivity during COVID-19

Internet providers throughout province can apply for grants up to $50,000 — or 90% of upgrade expenses

Terrace SAR needs additional funds to complete new headquarters

Approximately $400,000 needed, $1.2 million spent so far