Brittany Gervais

Maryanne Stanley contributed photo                                Front row: Maryanne Stanley, Diane Smith, Hazel Nyce, Louisa Gray, and Marlene Robinson. Back row: Stephen Ward, Henry Bob and Moses Stewart in Winnipeg for the 2019 National Gathering of Elders from Sept. 9-12.

Northwest B.C. elders travel to Winnipeg for national gathering

Eight Nisga’a elders joined thousands of Indigenous elders from across Canada

Maryanne Stanley contributed photo                                Front row: Maryanne Stanley, Diane Smith, Hazel Nyce, Louisa Gray, and Marlene Robinson. Back row: Stephen Ward, Henry Bob and Moses Stewart in Winnipeg for the 2019 National Gathering of Elders from Sept. 9-12.
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)
Three people wanted on warrants

Three people wanted on warrants

Terrace RCMP asking for public’s help

Three people wanted on warrants
The Nisga’a Lisims Government Terrace Urban Local office on Lakelse Avenue. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Nisga’a Terrace Urban Local establishes as Gitlaxdax Society

Change to open up financial funding for Terrace Nisga’a residents

The Nisga’a Lisims Government Terrace Urban Local office on Lakelse Avenue. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
New mobile training unit coming to Coast Mountain College

New mobile training unit coming to Coast Mountain College

Second mobile classroom intended to lower barriers in rural, remote communities

New mobile training unit coming to Coast Mountain College
Wayne Morrison was found by search teams Thursday after spending two days in the bush. (Facebook photo)

Missing mushroom picker found after two days

Wayne Morrison, 67, was reported missing Tuesday evening

Wayne Morrison was found by search teams Thursday after spending two days in the bush. (Facebook photo)
Wayne Morrison is described as 5’11 tall, 260 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. (Facebook photo)

SAR crews need more volunteers in search for missing mushroom picker

Search in Kispiox Valley enters second day

Wayne Morrison is described as 5’11 tall, 260 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. (Facebook photo)
Search crews looking for missing mushroom picker in Kispiox Valley

Search crews looking for missing mushroom picker in Kispiox Valley

Wayne Morrison, 67, was reported missing last night

Search crews looking for missing mushroom picker in Kispiox Valley
BC Parks student rangers complete several northwest B.C. conservation projects

BC Parks student rangers complete several northwest B.C. conservation projects

This was the first time the summer program operated out of Terrace

BC Parks student rangers complete several northwest B.C. conservation projects
Terrace midwife Katherine Puchala checks a two-week-old baby’s vitals. (Photo by Brittany Gervais)

Terrace midwife denied hospital privileges at Mills Memorial

Northern Health expects to have midwifery review complete by late 2019

Terrace midwife Katherine Puchala checks a two-week-old baby’s vitals. (Photo by Brittany Gervais)
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)
A waterfall near the Whiskey Creek Trail, where Warren Sill’s body was found in 2012, about four months after his disappearance. (Terrace SAR photo)

U.S. couple donates $10,000 to Terrace search team to thank them for late son’s recovery

The body of Warren Sill, 26, was found 80 kilometres east of Terrace in 2012

A waterfall near the Whiskey Creek Trail, where Warren Sill’s body was found in 2012, about four months after his disappearance. (Terrace SAR photo)
All Nations, Haisla teams hoop basketball tournament titles

All Nations, Haisla teams hoop basketball tournament titles

Eighteen teams across two divisions faced off Aug. 8-10

All Nations, Haisla teams hoop basketball tournament titles
Terrace midwife Katherine Puchala measures the vitals of two-week-old baby Walter at the Terrace Women’s Resource Centre on Aug. 5. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Terrace midwife denied hospital privileges at Mills Memorial

Northern Health expects to have midwifery review complete by late 2019

Terrace midwife Katherine Puchala measures the vitals of two-week-old baby Walter at the Terrace Women’s Resource Centre on Aug. 5. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
Environment Canada is warning hot weather has returned to the Terrace/Kitimat area this week. (Black Press file photo)

Heat warning for Terrace, Kitimat

Temperatures expected to exceed 28 degrees until Aug. 7

Environment Canada is warning hot weather has returned to the Terrace/Kitimat area this week. (Black Press file photo)
CMSD superintendent taking year-long position with Ministry of Education

CMSD superintendent taking year-long position with Ministry of Education

Katherine McIntosh will be advising other school districts on B.C. framework

CMSD superintendent taking year-long position with Ministry of Education
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
Steelhead Society of BC’s Northern Branch chair Troy Peters (left) and secretary Nathan Meakes look out over the Exstew borrow pit, a massive hole in the ground that is a deadly trap for juvenile salmon. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

Exstew Borrow Pit a man-made fish trap for thousands of young salmon

The Ministry of Transportation is filling the pit this summer after decades

Steelhead Society of BC’s Northern Branch chair Troy Peters (left) and secretary Nathan Meakes look out over the Exstew borrow pit, a massive hole in the ground that is a deadly trap for juvenile salmon. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)
Workers live in these accommodations while they help build the Coastal GasLink pipeline servicing the LNG facility in Kitimat. (CGL photo)

National Energy Board rejects federal review of Coastal GasLink pipeline

Project falls within provincial jurisdiction, board rules

Workers live in these accommodations while they help build the Coastal GasLink pipeline servicing the LNG facility in Kitimat. (CGL photo)
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