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Eva Clayton has been re-elected as president of the Nisga’a Lisims Government. (File photo The Terrace Standard)
Eva Clayton has been re-elected as president of the Nisga’a Lisims Government. (File photo The Terrace Standard)
Eva Clayton has been re-elected as president of the Nisga’a Lisims Government. (File photo The Terrace Standard)
Eva Clayton has been re-elected as president of the Nisga’a Lisims Government. (File photo The Terrace Standard)
An election tussle has now erupted over the long-dismantled Skeena Cellulose pulp mill on Watson Island, shown here in a 2013 photo. (File photo The Northern View)

Wilkinson, Horgan tagged over pulp mill file and legal battle

Case dates back to attempt to re-open closed Skeena Celluose pulp mill

An election tussle has now erupted over the long-dismantled Skeena Cellulose pulp mill on Watson Island, shown here in a 2013 photo. (File photo The Northern View)
The Prince Rupert Port Authority is looking for a company to complete inspections on underwater infrastructure including Fairview Terminal. (Photo: Shannon Lough/The Northern View)

Port authority to inspect underwater infrastructure

Work to take place at five locations

The Prince Rupert Port Authority is looking for a company to complete inspections on underwater infrastructure including Fairview Terminal. (Photo: Shannon Lough/The Northern View)
The City of Prince Rupert is issuing a call for contractors, so they have a “go to”. Intersection of Sixth Ave and Fulton on Sept. 3 is currently under construction by city work crews. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

City looks for overall project contractor

Wants to lock in availability

The City of Prince Rupert is issuing a call for contractors, so they have a “go to”. Intersection of Sixth Ave and Fulton on Sept. 3 is currently under construction by city work crews. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

DP World strikes major investment infusion

Does so with Quebec-based pension fund

Joe Zelwietro, chief librarian at Prince Rupert Library, said the city library is moving to Phase 3 of its plan to increase services to patrons. (K-J Millar/The Northern View)

Library gradually increases patron services

Computers now available for public use

Joe Zelwietro, chief librarian at Prince Rupert Library, said the city library is moving to Phase 3 of its plan to increase services to patrons. (K-J Millar/The Northern View)
A wide-ranging network of electric vehicle charging stations has been announced for the central and northwestern areas of B.C. (File photo)

Major electric vehicle charging network announced

Stations to cover central interior and the northwest

A wide-ranging network of electric vehicle charging stations has been announced for the central and northwestern areas of B.C. (File photo)
Chief Gisday’wa with the remains of a structure alongside the Morice Forest Service Road burned in an arson fire overnight from Aug. 14 to Aug. 15. Two suspects have now been identified. (Gidimt’en Clan photo)

Morice Forest Service Road arson suspects identified

Structure, material destroyed in fire from the weekend, Gidimt’en Clan calls it a ‘hate crime’

Chief Gisday’wa with the remains of a structure alongside the Morice Forest Service Road burned in an arson fire overnight from Aug. 14 to Aug. 15. Two suspects have now been identified. (Gidimt’en Clan photo)
In this file photo, government leaders hold up copies of the Nisga’a Final Agreement which officially came into effect on May 11, 2000. From the left, B.C. Premier Ujjal Dosanjh, Nisga’a Lisims Government president, Nisga’a leader Joseph Gosnell and Robert Nault, the federal minister of Indian affairs. (File photo, The Terrace Standard)

Former Nisga’a Nation leader passes away

Joseph Gosnell was instrumental in negotiating landmark 2000 self-governing treaty

In this file photo, government leaders hold up copies of the Nisga’a Final Agreement which officially came into effect on May 11, 2000. From the left, B.C. Premier Ujjal Dosanjh, Nisga’a Lisims Government president, Nisga’a leader Joseph Gosnell and Robert Nault, the federal minister of Indian affairs. (File photo, The Terrace Standard)
Brucejack mine fatality identified

Brucejack mine fatality identified

Patrick Critch was from Newfoundland

Brucejack mine fatality identified
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry updates the COVID-19 situation in B.C., July 17, 2020. (B.C. government)

8 new COVID-19 cases in B.C.’s northwest as cases increase dramatically

That brings the total test-positive cases in the region to 25

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry updates the COVID-19 situation in B.C., July 17, 2020. (B.C. government)
Terrace’s community response to the COVID-19 pandemic was sparked by Philip Maher. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)

COVID-19 threat resulted in huge community response in Terrace area

“We found a job for everybody,” says key organizer

Terrace’s community response to the COVID-19 pandemic was sparked by Philip Maher. (Jake Wray/Terrace Standard)
Overall house sales drop in the northwest

Overall house sales drop in the northwest

COVID-19 pandemic slowed market activity

Overall house sales drop in the northwest
Police vehicle outside a Pearson Road residence where a homicide is being investigated. (Angelique Houlihan photo)

Police investigate July 2 homicide in Houston

Man succumbed to injuries at Pearson Road residence

Police vehicle outside a Pearson Road residence where a homicide is being investigated. (Angelique Houlihan photo)
Prince Rupert Salvation Army Corps run the local food bank and meal programs in Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert Salvation Army Corps run the local food bank and meal programs in Prince Rupert.
The food centre operated by LINK in Burns Lake has been active in meeting the increase in demand stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. This file photo depicts a 2018 event. (File photo)

Area food banks receiving emergency grants in response to COVID-19 impacts

A provincial grant has been the first to be distributed

The food centre operated by LINK in Burns Lake has been active in meeting the increase in demand stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. This file photo depicts a 2018 event. (File photo)
Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes

Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes

Coastal GasLink also concentrating on COVID-19 precautions

Mid-May at earliest before gas pipeline work resumes
The province is extending its ban on open burning. (File photo)

Province extends open burn ban

Reducing air pollution one of the goals

The province is extending its ban on open burning. (File photo)
PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19

PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19

The plan is to do this for three months

PNG seeks to defer customer payments because of COVID-19