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LNG Canada promises to buffer housing impacts

Acknowledges there’ll be problems

Beginning of the end for Brolly Square?

Owner Imperial Oil to test for contaminants

Steelworkers union issues strike notice affecting 1,500 mill workers in northern B.C.

Forestry workers across region would be affected if strike goes ahead

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Repairs to Terrace Aquatic Centre underway

While there’s no specific opening date, the city says they’re optimistic the centre will reopen soon

Expect unpredictable road conditions this long weekend, says ICBC

On average, four people are killed and 650 people are injured in 2,100 crashes in B.C. this weekend

LNG can help B.C. prepare for future energy sources, prof says

The $40-billion project, announced Tuesday in a joint NEWS conference with Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, will carry natural gas through a pipeline from Dawson Creek to Kitimat before being shipped overseas

Northwestern BC Hydro transmission line to be refurbished

Replacing poles between Kitimat and Terrace far cheaper than complete new line

Humble hero awarded Canadian Medal of Bravery

James Giles recognized twice this month for rescuing family from house fire

Carbon tax, sales tax breaks finally make B.C. LNG happen

Electric cars, home heat pumps promoted to lower emissions

Terrace, Kitimat rallies foreshadow LNG announcement

Positive expectations fuel back-to-back weekend rallies

Q&A: John Horgan on environmental challenges of LNG Canada

Premier calls on other parties to support project and his safeguards

LNG Canada lauded as environmental saviour

Pipeline, terminal, tankers will have significant impact

Survivors of residential school in Port Alberni ‘call back their spirit’

Gitxsan group journeys to Port Alberni seeking renewal on Orange Shirt Day

  • Oct 2, 2018

Telegraph Creek evacuation order will stretch into winter

RDKS order imposed on district properties may be lifted this week

Crowdfunding clean energy infrastructure

Terrace local sells clothing to cover installation costs with Step3Project

Greig Ave. work nearly done

Project cost $1.34 million

Tahltan First Nation won’t be able to return home for months after wildfires

Crews must clear debris, burned-out houses, ensure water is drinkable, restore health services

First Nations also worried about northern B.C. natural gas pipeline challenge

They already have contracts lined up should project proceed