Jackie Lieuwen

Northern B.C. leaders secure meeting with Greyhound

The hope is to work with Greyhound and find options to stay

Kermode bear trapped in Terrace and relocated

The kermode that’s been hanging around town has now been returned to the wild

School provincial tests now explained with broad new descriptions

Students are no longer measured by whether or not they meet expectations for their grade level

Northwest Community College decides on a new name

The northwest college plans to officially request the name change this fall

NWCC decides on new name

With few more approvals, the northwest college plans to officially request the name change this fall

Northwest B.C. college draws more than 40 international students

Global recruitment efforts by Northwest Community College seem to have been successful…

More teachers added and more still needed

School District 52 has a few changes this year, a new website, superintendent and a new curriculum

Medical teams being formed to address complex health issues

Northern Health rolls out new framework for healthcare in Terrace

Terrace women splash through Mudder Games in Kitimat (VIDEO included)

The games were the first of their kind north of Prince George

Terrace MRI up and running

Mills Memorial Hospital will offer services across the northwest, Houston to Haida Gwaii

Terrace MRI up and running

Mills Memorial Hospital will service the entire northern region with its new MRI

Government looking for input on fish regulation

UPDATED LINK: Share your thoughts on fishing regulations at letstalkfishhabitat.ca.

CIHL shrinking next season

Smithers Steelheads are on the bench next year and five hockey teams are left

CIHL shrinking next season

Smithers Steelheads are on the bench next year and five hockey teams are left

B.C. medical shift is necessary but painful

People on high doses of opioid prescriptions are being weaned down as the B.C. medical field responds to research revealing harms.

Whitecaps soccer academy coming to Rupert

A Vanvouver Whitecaps FC soccer academy will be kick-starting in Terrace, Smithers and Prince Rupert next spring.

A solid season for Shames

Shames Mountain had a fantastic season this year, opening nearly a week early and with no closures due to weather.

Liberals’ Brad Layton seeks voter involvement

Federal Liberal candidate Brad Layton has focused his life first on being a dad, and second on being an agent to fight for change.

Huckleberry Mine takes the bull by the horns

The mill at Huckleberry Mine is up-and running after a break down stopped its work for over a month.

What are the impacts of LNG?

What will LNG mean for our economy and society? How will it impact the environment? Are concerns about salmon valid?