Local News

Great BC ShakeOut returns to test earthquake readiness

More than 5,000 residents in the Kitimat-Stikine regional district participated this year

A rundown of what legalized marijuana means for Terrace

A summary of the updated city bylaws, online provincial sales, and what isn’t allowed

Man sprayed with bear mace

Police briefs from Oct. 5-11

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Usk Ferry Shuts Down for Winter
Tour of Terrace Aquatic Centre
B.C. Citizens' Service Minister Jinny Sims on cell service gaps
Voter reaction from polls in Terrace

Secondary project added to Terrace Aquatic Centre

The $131,000 vestibule renovation will not delay pool opening

Four marijuana stores looking at Terrace

The potential purveyors working through application process

More fencing installed along CN tracks

City using federal grant to help pay for cost

Tolko to curtail operations at Northern B.C. mill

100 employees to be directly affected by the decision at Quesnel’s Quest Wood Lumber Mill

Terrace RCMP looking for wanted man

Konnor Taylor is wanted for drug and weapon offences and failure to appear

Terrace RCMP seeking wanted woman

Police are asking for the public’s help locating Cheryl-Ann Edgar

Illegal dumping pushes BC Conservation to the tipping point

Terrace office may bring violators to court to seek higher penalties

Eden Robinson talks Trickster Drift in Terrace

More than 160 people packed into the Art Gallery to see the award-winning author

Choosing what’s best for baby

Midwifery care should be a mother’s choice - so what’s taking so long?

Natural gas pipeline cost soars

Coastal GasLink to carry gas from northeastern B.C. to LNG Canada plant at Kitimat

Real estate market explodes: “It’s been crazy”

Days after the LNG Canada announcement, Kitimat market depleted, buyers now looking to Terrace

Airport wants LNG companies to build own terminals

Best way to handle expected crush of traffic

Terrace receives plaque honouring 1981 teachers’ strike

The walkout bolstered B.C. teachers’ campaign for full bargaining rights

City tackling recycling contamination after rates spike

Frequent offenders could be fined if recycling habits don’t change

Tonight: put your questions to Terrace council candidates

All Candidates Forum begins 7 p.m. at R.E.M. Lee Theatre

LNG Canada promises to buffer housing impacts

Acknowledges there’ll be problems