Jackie Lieuwen

Export laws are threatening Northwest forestry companies: loggers association

Export laws are threatening Northwest forestry companies: loggers association

Companies say domestic mills can buy timber below harvest cost

Export laws are threatening Northwest forestry companies: loggers association
Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Most fishing is being offered for free this weekend in recognition of a celebrated family tradition

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend
Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Most fishing is being offered for free this weekend in recognition of a celebrated family tradition

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend
Skeena First Nations push for full closure of recreational fishery

Skeena First Nations push for full closure of recreational fishery

Eight First Nations on the Skeena River watershed say DFO’s chinook restrictions isn’t enough

Skeena First Nations push for full closure of recreational fishery
Stewart Dr. Brenda Huff, left, and Houston Dr. Onuora Odoh, right, receive the Award of Excellence from the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. at a BC Rural Health Conference May 12. (Sharon Mah photo)

Northwest family doctors win awards for B.C. launch of CHANGE Program

Program brings together healthcare professionals to help people make long-term lifestyle changes

Stewart Dr. Brenda Huff, left, and Houston Dr. Onuora Odoh, right, receive the Award of Excellence from the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. at a BC Rural Health Conference May 12. (Sharon Mah photo)
Team “Tears to HOPE “ ran the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of the MMIWG, particularly in remembrance of Tamara Chipman. The team included seven members of Tamara’s family including her son Jaden, and three close family friends. In back is Jaden Parker, Hyla McQuaid, Ron Bartlett, Kevin Brown and Randy Brown. In front is Steph Radek, Birgitte Bartlett, Lorna Brown, Jen Brown, and Matt Brown. (Submitted photo)

Running in memory of Tamara

Team “Tears to HOPE” ran in the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of murdered and missing Indigenous women

Team “Tears to HOPE “ ran the Vancouver Sun Run in honour of the MMIWG, particularly in remembrance of Tamara Chipman. The team included seven members of Tamara’s family including her son Jaden, and three close family friends. In back is Jaden Parker, Hyla McQuaid, Ron Bartlett, Kevin Brown and Randy Brown. In front is Steph Radek, Birgitte Bartlett, Lorna Brown, Jen Brown, and Matt Brown. (Submitted photo)
Photo contributed                                Majour Payne is a tank-style monster truck that is a new feature for the Malicious Monster Truck Tour.

Malicious Monster Truck Tour coming to Northwest B.C. this summer

It’s the first time in 20 years monster trucks have rolled past Prince George for a northern show

Photo contributed                                Majour Payne is a tank-style monster truck that is a new feature for the Malicious Monster Truck Tour.
Situated on the west side of Skeena Sawmills, the big blue warehouse on the left is the location of the planned Terrace pellet plant.

Skeena Sawmills to build pellet plant this summer

Employing 10-15 people, the Terrace plant will be run as a separate company called Skeena Biofuels

Situated on the west side of Skeena Sawmills, the big blue warehouse on the left is the location of the planned Terrace pellet plant.
New Whitecaps coach Eric Horsburgh advises Trezden Pushong and Chase Lepage on soccer logistics at a recent Whitecaps practice. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)

New coach running Whitecaps soccer academy in Northwest B.C.

Spring tryouts start April 30 in Terrace-Kitimat academy and in Prince Rupert

New Whitecaps coach Eric Horsburgh advises Trezden Pushong and Chase Lepage on soccer logistics at a recent Whitecaps practice. (Jackie Lieuwen photo)
Gladys Radek, far left, family and friends at the industrial park entrance next to Highway 16, east of Prince Rupert, minutes before starting the walk to Smithers. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Province opens public input on policing standards

The move flows from recommendations of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry

Gladys Radek, far left, family and friends at the industrial park entrance next to Highway 16, east of Prince Rupert, minutes before starting the walk to Smithers. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
This enthusiastic group came from Prince Rupert to take part in Terrace’s first St Patricks Day Race. (Jackie Lieuwen / Black Press)

Runners get festive in Terrace St. Patricks Day Run

Nearly all decked out in green, more than 160 people ran the first Terrace St Patty’s Day Run

This enthusiastic group came from Prince Rupert to take part in Terrace’s first St Patricks Day Race. (Jackie Lieuwen / Black Press)
Tyler Dozzi, middle, and fellow Team Canada runners take the podium after collectively winning first in the Pan American championship last Saturday. The team won because it had the most high ranking runners than any other team, with athletes in second, third, fourth and seventh. In photo on the podium for Canada is Marcus Kemp (23rd), Thomas Nobbs (3rd), and Max Turek (7th) in back. In front is Brandon Bail (19th), Tyler Dozzi (2nd), and Andrew Alexander (4th). (Photo contributed)

B.C. runner takes silver at Pan American cross-country championships

Tyler Dozzi’s medal pushes U20 Team Canada to gold finish

Tyler Dozzi, middle, and fellow Team Canada runners take the podium after collectively winning first in the Pan American championship last Saturday. The team won because it had the most high ranking runners than any other team, with athletes in second, third, fourth and seventh. In photo on the podium for Canada is Marcus Kemp (23rd), Thomas Nobbs (3rd), and Max Turek (7th) in back. In front is Brandon Bail (19th), Tyler Dozzi (2nd), and Andrew Alexander (4th). (Photo contributed)
The Charles Hays junior boys basketball team capped off a third straight northwest zone championship run with a pair of victories in Terrace. (Submitted photo)

CHSS boys basketball in a sweet three-peat

The Charles Hays Secondary School junior boys basketball team win zones in Terrace.

The Charles Hays junior boys basketball team capped off a third straight northwest zone championship run with a pair of victories in Terrace. (Submitted photo)
Expect 20 minute delays on Highway 16, Terrace to Prince Rupert

Expect 20 minute delays on Highway 16, Terrace to Prince Rupert

Maintenance crews are working on the road until 3 p.m. today, Feb. 10.

Expect 20 minute delays on Highway 16, Terrace to Prince Rupert
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix at the Terrace hospital Feb. 9 to announce plans for a new Mills Memorial Hospital.

B.C. Health Minister announces plan for new hospital in Terrace

“This means more beds, a level three trauma centre, better surgery and better care,” Health Minister Adrian Dix said.

B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix at the Terrace hospital Feb. 9 to announce plans for a new Mills Memorial Hospital.
(Wikimedia Commons photo)

Northwest woman sentenced for manslaughter in Vancouver

Samantha Doolan, 30, killed 28-year-old Lauren McLellan outside the Caprice Nightclub almost two years ago

(Wikimedia Commons photo)
Northwest B.C. lawyer receives civil courage award

Northwest B.C. lawyer receives civil courage award

Alayne Fleischmann honoured for speaking out against bank scandal

Northwest B.C. lawyer receives civil courage award
Slow down for winter driving conditions. (Citizen file)

Storm warning issued for North coast, Terrace, Kitimat

Storm expected to hit tonight and Sunday, bringing hazardous winter conditions and icy roads.

Slow down for winter driving conditions. (Citizen file)
BC Ambulance employees present Barrie and Diana Stephen each with a Vital Link Award for saving each other live’s through CPR. In photo from left is paramedic Scott Peden, who helped the couple when Barrie fell into cardiac arrest in 2015, and northwest district BC Ambulance manager Mike Sorensen. In the middle are Barrie and Diana Stephen and on right is BC Ambulance Terrace unit chief Cheryl Spencer.

Northwest husband and wife honoured for saving each other’s lives

BC Ambulance presented each a Vital Link Award for administering CPR

BC Ambulance employees present Barrie and Diana Stephen each with a Vital Link Award for saving each other live’s through CPR. In photo from left is paramedic Scott Peden, who helped the couple when Barrie fell into cardiac arrest in 2015, and northwest district BC Ambulance manager Mike Sorensen. In the middle are Barrie and Diana Stephen and on right is BC Ambulance Terrace unit chief Cheryl Spencer.
New funding opens for industry innovation

New funding opens for industry innovation

Northern Development Initiative Trust opened new funds, focused on areas impacted by the pine beetle

New funding opens for industry innovation