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Is this the world’s cleanest pellet plant?

Is this the world’s cleanest pellet plant?

An inside look at Skeena BioEnergy’s new $20 million facility

Is this the world’s cleanest pellet plant?
Minister of State of Child Care Katrina Chen spoke with Bumblees and Butterflies owner Joanne Legros and one of the daycare’s parents during her visit to Terrace last year. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Terrace resolutions on liquor tax, childcare to be presented at UBCM

City of Terrace agenda takes aim at provincial ‘downloading’

Minister of State of Child Care Katrina Chen spoke with Bumblees and Butterflies owner Joanne Legros and one of the daycare’s parents during her visit to Terrace last year. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
All Nations Driving Academy founder Lucy Sager (left) and the Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training Melanie Mark after the $360,000 funding announcement in Terrace Aug. 15. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

All Nations Driving Academy gets $360K boost from province

Terrace-based driving school bridges gap in services for remote northwest B.C. communities

All Nations Driving Academy founder Lucy Sager (left) and the Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training Melanie Mark after the $360,000 funding announcement in Terrace Aug. 15. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
FireSmart is a provincial initiative to encourage people to take necessary, proactive steps to reduce the risk of wildfire conditions and prevent flames from spreading. (Black Press file photo)

FireSmart program launches in Terrace

Residents eligible to receive grants to safeguard against wildfires

FireSmart is a provincial initiative to encourage people to take necessary, proactive steps to reduce the risk of wildfire conditions and prevent flames from spreading. (Black Press file photo)
Council briefs: City partners with Kitsumkalum to finish Grand Trunk Pathway
Council briefs: City partners with Kitsumkalum to finish Grand Trunk Pathway
The closure of the Terrace & District Aquatic Centre is needed to finish tile and painting deficiencies arising from the recent upgrade project, the city says. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Terrace Aquatic Centre to close in September for repairs

City says the work is expected to take one month to complete

The closure of the Terrace & District Aquatic Centre is needed to finish tile and painting deficiencies arising from the recent upgrade project, the city says. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
Tents are set up within the camp on vacant property across the highway from Walmart, with occupants ranging from 22 years old to 50. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

Date set for public forum on Terrace homelessness

The City of Terrace invites speakers to share input, suggestions Sept. 3

Tents are set up within the camp on vacant property across the highway from Walmart, with occupants ranging from 22 years old to 50. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)
Prince Rupert resident wins $25,000 in Wild Duck Race

Prince Rupert resident wins $25,000 in Wild Duck Race

Tickets were almost sold out this year, raising around $40,000 for Terrace Rotary

Prince Rupert resident wins $25,000 in Wild Duck Race
Even Elvis couldn’t resist cruising down Lakelse Ave. for the Riverboat Days parade Aug. 2. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Riverboat Days 2019 parade in photos

Awards for top floats announced at Terrace Legion

Even Elvis couldn’t resist cruising down Lakelse Ave. for the Riverboat Days parade Aug. 2. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
Three cannon blasts officially welcome Riverboat Days 2019

Three cannon blasts officially welcome Riverboat Days 2019

Terrace’s annual summer festival boasts more than 40 events over 10 days

Three cannon blasts officially welcome Riverboat Days 2019
Brolly Square dismantled this month for environmental testing

Brolly Square dismantled this month for environmental testing

GTBS considering whether to renew its 10-year lease on Imperial Oil property

Brolly Square dismantled this month for environmental testing
BC Transit photo                                The BC Bus North aims to fill the transportation gap left by Greyhound in northern B.C.

Province looks for operator to take over BC Bus North

The new contract would extend the service through to March 2021

BC Transit photo                                The BC Bus North aims to fill the transportation gap left by Greyhound in northern B.C.
Century-old tree planted by Terrace founder cut down due to safety concerns

Century-old tree planted by Terrace founder cut down due to safety concerns

Residents can own a piece of the tree by contacting city staff

Century-old tree planted by Terrace founder cut down due to safety concerns
Illustration of the Hwy 16 and 37 roundabout from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Expect delays from Terrace roundabout construction

Completion of $9.3 million construction project expected in the fall

Illustration of the Hwy 16 and 37 roundabout from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Council briefs: city to organize public hearing on homelessness

Council briefs: city to organize public hearing on homelessness

Summary of council discussions from July 22

Council briefs: city to organize public hearing on homelessness
Pacific Northern Gas moves to reinstate full capacity and expand pipeline

Pacific Northern Gas moves to reinstate full capacity and expand pipeline

Increased supply and demand could mean lower rates for North Coast customers, PNG says

Pacific Northern Gas moves to reinstate full capacity and expand pipeline
‘Tent city’ and homelessness a polarizing issue in Terrace

‘Tent city’ and homelessness a polarizing issue in Terrace

City of Terrace gives an update, says province should step in to help with housing, mental health

‘Tent city’ and homelessness a polarizing issue in Terrace
Terrace’s only bowling lane first opened in 1956 has been owned and operated by the Mumford family for the past 46 years. (Google Maps screenshot)

City purchases Terrace Bowling Lanes

The business will stay open for one last season

Terrace’s only bowling lane first opened in 1956 has been owned and operated by the Mumford family for the past 46 years. (Google Maps screenshot)
Terrace RCMP trying to reunite owners with stolen goods

Terrace RCMP trying to reunite owners with stolen goods

Two men arrested in connection with thefts

Terrace RCMP trying to reunite owners with stolen goods
The Skeena Valley Farmers Market, in partnership with Plastic Free Terrace, now has a reusable bag program where customers can take a bag to shop with if they’ve forgot their own. (Plastic Free Terrace Facebook photo)

Zero waste tips for Terrace’s first Plastic Free July

Challenge encourages residents make reusable options a habit

The Skeena Valley Farmers Market, in partnership with Plastic Free Terrace, now has a reusable bag program where customers can take a bag to shop with if they’ve forgot their own. (Plastic Free Terrace Facebook photo)