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Terrace Little Theatre wins big at Kitimat Drama Festival

The ensemble won ‘Best Play’ for their production of Daniel MacIvor’s The Best Brothers

Sneak peak of new Terrace aquatic centre

The $8.2 million project is on budget and scheduled to open in mid-July

Terrace artists earn scholarship awards

The $5,000 award enables Indigenous artists to work with a mentor or school over the following year

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Terrace holds fundraiser for Telegraph Creek
Terrace kids get tech savvy at Digi Camps
New replica of Skeena's last sternwheeler to debut at Riverboat Days
2018 UBC ENPH 253 Robot Competition

Zip-lock bags, plastic wrap now recyclable in Thornhill

Do Your Part Recycling is one of 117 depots participating in new provincial pilot program

Airport expansion heads towards completion

Ribbon cutting ceremonies planned for June 16 at the Terrace and Kitimat Regional Airport

City moves forward on Greig Ave development

With roadwork on the 4600-block starting in the summer, permits for new bar and museum moving forward while plans for new hotel still unknown

BC Liberal leaders meet with Nisga’a Lisims Government

The luncheon in Terrace was used in an effort to bridge existing communication gaps

Front door set on fire

Police briefs from the weekend of June 1 to 3

  • Jun 5th, 2018

New downtown improvement coordinator to help facilitate city’s vision

Danielle Beausoleil is TDIA’s first full-time coordinator

Last Greyhound bus leaves Terrace, marking end of service

BC Transit will fill void on an interim basis beginning June 4

Driver arrested for striking pedestrian

Victim flown to Vancouver hospital for treatment

Debit accepted on new BC Bus North

After first announcing a credit card would be needed, debit accepted as riders get on Hwy 16 bus.

Petronas wants a 25% stake in LNG Canada

Deal is subject to international regulatory approvals

Plan to safeguard Kitimat River trout proposed

It would involve complete fish bans at times

New Kermode daycare, office facility scheduled to open in the fall

The $3-million dollar project will be the city’s first First Nations-focused licensed daycare

Purchasing a 65-year-old pipeline doesn’t make sense, says MP Nathan Cullen

Weed gibe works into Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP’s debate with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Terrace childcare wages, training a priority: minister

Providers meet with Katrina Chen during rural tour

Terrace’s Sebastian Downing succumbs to viral infections

Seventeen-year old was a student at Caledonia Secondary School

Backyard tragedy takes life of 13-year old

Grace Peerless remembered as an adventurous and happy teenager