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Former Terrace city councillor charged with assault

Former Terrace city councillor charged with assault

ONE OF Terrace’s former long serving city councillors has been slapped with a criminal charge.
Riot reignites B.C. police debate

Riot reignites B.C. police debate

After watching police from as far away as Abbotsford dispatched to help restore order in downtown Vancouver during last week's riot, people have found a new reason to support a single police agency for Metro Vancouver.

City fire department makes changes

IN ADDITION to the new fire chief, the city fire department has moved a couple of firefighters around.
College president becomes citizen

College president becomes citizen

The president of Northwest Community College (NWCC) was sworn in as Canadian citizen during a ceremony in Prince Rupert June 13.

City scraps cancer lodge donation

The city has decided that it won't be giving $10,000 to the Canadian Cancer Society for the construction of the new cancer lodge in Prince George.
Province, city review riot aftermath

Province, city review riot aftermath

Solicitor General Shirley Bond's pleas to celebrate responsibly went out the window along with the Vancouver Canucks' Stanley Cup hopes Wednesday night, leaving the city and the province to clean up and assess their crowd control strategy.

Kitselas vote in new chief councillor

Kitselas elected a new chief councillor and new members to council June 10.
Province, city reviewing riot aftermath

Province, city reviewing riot aftermath

Solicitor General Shirley Bond's pre-game pleas to celebrate responsibly went out the window along with the Vancouver Canucks' Stanley Cup hopes Wednesday night, leaving the city and the province to clean up and assess their crowd control strategy.

Health officer now based in Terrace

The Northwest’s Medical Health officer has moved his base from Prince George to Terrace.
Post office lockout delays HST ballots

Post office lockout delays HST ballots

Thousands of ballots for B.C.'s harmonized sales tax referendum were being stored in post offices after Canada Post locked out its urban employees across the country Wednesday.