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Area First Nations benefit from LNG Canada project

Agreements with province provide cash, land

Injunction extended to all LNG blockades south of Houston

New Gitdumden Morice River Forest Service Rd checkpoint in area Coastal GasLink can access.

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Housefire in Terrace
Traffic control students hit the road in Terrace for certification course
Mills Memorial thrift store security issues continue
Terrace Fire Department hosts open house for volunteers

Bird watchers sought for annual Christmas count

This annual avian on Dec. 30 is literally ‘for the birds’

Commercial vehicle ablaze inside shop

No injuries, heavy smoke damage reported at Thornhill business

Family of Cameron Kerr makes second public appeal

“The nightmares and images of Cameron’s last moments haunt me every day,” says mother

New Skeena bar opens in Terrace

The new pub opened its doors to thirsty patrons Dec. 13

Coastal GasLink turned away by Gitdumden checkpoint

First Nations LNG Alliance stress cooperation as CGL unable to deliver interim injunction.

Trapped skier saved in late-night backcountry rescue

Terrace SAR rescue man after he fell into a tree well north of Shames Mountain

Lack of urgency from the Liberals on tanker ban: Cullen

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen Q & A on Bill C-48 and the Eagle Spirit pipeline project

Provincial homeless count including Terrace numbers released

Ministry says they will work with local governments on strategy

Gitdumden checkpoint blocks access to Unist’ot’en camp

Wet’suwet’en clan members say Morice Lake Forest Service Rd checkpoint in effect until further notice.

Regional unemployment rate drops

But fewer people are working overall

Coastal GasLink gets interim injunction against Unist’ot’en

The LNG pipeline company can start work Monday with enforcement approved by court.

Pacific Northern Gas spends $6 million to move and protect gas line near Terrace

But larger issue of repairs to forest service road stemming from 2017 flood remains unresolved

Oil tanker ban to be reviewed by committee

Indigenous groups for and against Bill C-48 travel to Ottawa to influence the Senate’s decision

Supportive housing project delayed until end of winter

Rainy conditions have stalled groundwork for the 52-unit development on Olson Avenue