City of Terrace

A Kitsumkalum family lost everything in a house fire Monday evening on Spokeshute Road. (Facebook photo)

Kitsumkalum family in need after fire destroys family home

Donations being collected at Kitsumkalum Health Centre

 

One of the more visible above-ground projects now underway is that of the worker camp, Cedar Valley Lodge. (Contributed photo)

City of Terrace frustrated with LNG Canada, province around social impact management

Discussions so far show “a real lack of wanting to accept responsibility,” the city says

 

So far, Terrace SAR and the community have spent more than $1 million on the project and are working towards the goal of installing all the windows and doors, and laying out concrete in the interior by Christmas. (Terrace SAR contributed photo)

Terrace SAR headquarters in last stretch of fundraising

$400,000 dollars needed to finish $1.4 million project

 

Taisheng International Investment Services photo                                Containerized LNG could be the latest product to be manufactured at the Skeena Industrial Development Park.

Chinese LNG distributor proposes LNG processing facility in Terrace

Project to be located within the Skeena Industrial Development Park near airport

Taisheng International Investment Services photo                                Containerized LNG could be the latest product to be manufactured at the Skeena Industrial Development Park.
The Nation2Nation conference was held from Oct. 23 to Oct. 25 at the Thornhill Community Centre. (Aaron Whitfield photography/Red Bike Media)

Northwest B.C. mayors join in Terrace to discuss impacts of growth

Terrace, Prince Rupert and Kitimat shared the stage at the Nation2Nation forum Oct. 24

The Nation2Nation conference was held from Oct. 23 to Oct. 25 at the Thornhill Community Centre. (Aaron Whitfield photography/Red Bike Media)
Steel beams were installed this week at the new Terrace Search and Rescue headquarters, located at the corner of Clinton St. and Greig Ave. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

Terrace Search and Rescue headquarters gets $100K boost from Prince Rupert Port Authority

Investment to help grow regional response capacity in Northwest B.C.

Steel beams were installed this week at the new Terrace Search and Rescue headquarters, located at the corner of Clinton St. and Greig Ave. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)
The 2019 UBCM Convention was held from September 23 to 27 in Vancouver, B.C. at the Vancouver Convention Centre. (UBCM photo)

City of Terrace lobbies province for LNG impacts relief

Issue brought up at municipal convention in Vancouver

The 2019 UBCM Convention was held from September 23 to 27 in Vancouver, B.C. at the Vancouver Convention Centre. (UBCM photo)
Province commits to negotiating revenue-sharing agreement with northwest B.C. municipalities
Province commits to negotiating revenue-sharing agreement with northwest B.C. municipalities
Front row: Terrace Mayor Carol Leclerc, B.C. Premier John Horgan, Minister Carole James, Johanne Young, North Coast Regional District Board director for Electoral Area D. Back row: Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain, Mayor of Burns Lake Dolores Funk, North Coast Regional District Board vice-chair and director for Electoral Area A Des Nobles, Terrace city councillor Sean Bujtas, Vanderhoof Mayor Gerry Thiessen, Houston Mayor Shane Brienen and Kitimat Mayor Philip Germuth. (Sean Bujtas contributed photo)
Front row: Terrace Mayor Carol Leclerc, B.C. Premier John Horgan, Minister Carole James, Johanne Young, North Coast Regional District Board director for Electoral Area D. Back row: Prince Rupert Mayor Lee Brain, Mayor of Burns Lake Dolores Funk, North Coast Regional District Board vice-chair and director for Electoral Area A Des Nobles, Terrace city councillor Sean Bujtas, Vanderhoof Mayor Gerry Thiessen, Houston Mayor Shane Brienen and Kitimat Mayor Philip Germuth. (Sean Bujtas contributed photo)
Prince Rupert’s Rhonda Stoik gets some encouragement from some of her biggest fans as she finishes off her half-marathon at the Northern View Cannery Road Race. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Rupert sees its runners bolt to top times at The Northern View Cannery Road Race

Richard Elkington wins half-marathon, while Katie Beach takes top mark in women’s 5K

Prince Rupert’s Rhonda Stoik gets some encouragement from some of her biggest fans as she finishes off her half-marathon at the Northern View Cannery Road Race. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
The question of how the City of Terrace with a population of 12,500 could support a sudden influx of new residents has come into focus. (City of Terrace photo)

‘What’s in it for Terrace?’ City braces for impacts of LNG development

Without additional support, Terrace could be left behind

The question of how the City of Terrace with a population of 12,500 could support a sudden influx of new residents has come into focus. (City of Terrace photo)
MP Olaf Hanson delivered an address at the opening of the Skeena River Highway at Terrace on Sept. 4, 1944 before the ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. In attendance were government officials, who came up from Vancouver, American officials and residents from Prince Rupert all the way to Quesnel. (photo courtesy of the Prince Rupert City and Regional Archives).

Denis Garon remembers winding journey along Skeena Highway for 75th anniversary

Labour Day 1944, a ribbon was cut marking the opening of the highway from Prince Rupert to Terrace

MP Olaf Hanson delivered an address at the opening of the Skeena River Highway at Terrace on Sept. 4, 1944 before the ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. In attendance were government officials, who came up from Vancouver, American officials and residents from Prince Rupert all the way to Quesnel. (photo courtesy of the Prince Rupert City and Regional Archives).
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)
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
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.
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