Local News

Nisga’a Nation rings in lunar new year

More than 1,500 people gather to celebrate Hobiyee

Terrace RCMP crack down on distracted driving this month

Tougher penalties, random checks will be rolled out province-wide

Seniors advocate concerned about over-use of medication

Northern Health looking at more medication reviews in homes like Terraceview

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Terrace receives new BC emergency alert
Deep Creek Hatchery releases 1,000s of chinook into Kitsumkalum River
After the floods, comes the cleanup in Grand Forks
Canadian Armed Forces fight natural disasters

Four new BC Transit bus shelters installed in Terrace

Upgrades include all-weather durability with protective shelter from rain and snow

Search and rescue approved to deploy trained helicopter response teams

Terrace SAR can now use long-line rescue systems for more rapid response and reduced risk

Ekitangaala Ministries’ new Ugandan medical clinic dedicated to deceased Terrace youth

Aleckx Sharp left ministry founder Sydney Maki $7,000 to continue her philanthropic pursuits

Terraceview Lodge meets B.C. standard of care

Terraceview has an average 3.59 hours of direct care per resident per day, up from the required 3.36

Community input needed for revitalized downtown plan

City development services are encouraging residents to participate in the conversation online

Veterinarian wants 2,900-km wildlife death trap removed

100-year-old Yukon Telegraph line believed to be killing moose from Ashcroft to Yukon

Highway 16 open with delays for avalanche control

Transportation crews are busy clearing snow between Prince Rupert and Terrace

Day four of delays due to avalanche control on Highway 16

After another storm transportation crews are busy clearing snow between Prince Rupert and Terrace

Ksan Society converts Terrace emergency shelter to low-barrier

The change does mean the loss of a clean space for people fighting to overcome addiction

Investigation continues into naval fuel spill off B.C.’s West Coast

“As far as we’re concerned, any spill is one spill too many”

Volunteers step up to the grill to help the Ksan Society

A group of volunteers from the Northwest Community College are flipping burgers, walking to help after this year’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser was cancelled.

UPDATE: Air quality advisory ended for Terrace

People with chronic underlying medical conditions should postpone strenuous exercise until the advisory is lifted.

Mixing community and cuisine

The Skeena Diversity Centre hosts an International Cooking night every Friday to celebrate diversity, culture and food