Brittany Gervais

Vendors from around the region bring locally grown produce to the Terrace Farmer’s Market every Saturday from May to October. (Natalia Balcerzak photo)

Exploring food opportunities in Northwest B.C.

Northwest BC Food Action Network brings food security summit to Terrace next month

Vendors from around the region bring locally grown produce to the Terrace Farmer’s Market every Saturday from May to October. (Natalia Balcerzak photo)
Brittany Gervais photo                                Terrace RCMP arrived on scene around 3:25 p.m. after receiving a report of a body found in the wooded area near Olson Ave. and Hanson St.

Terrace death not considered suspicious at this time: RCMP

Body of 49-year-old man was found in wooded area near Olson Ave. March 22

Brittany Gervais photo                                Terrace RCMP arrived on scene around 3:25 p.m. after receiving a report of a body found in the wooded area near Olson Ave. and Hanson St.
The Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Judy Darcy was in Terrace on March 21 to make the announcement of the new Northwest mobile service with Northern Health’s Intensive Case Management team. The unit is set to hit the road next month. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Northwest mobile unit to help those at heart of mental health, addiction crisis

Province, Northern Health unveils new unit in Terrace to bridge gaps in services

The Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Judy Darcy was in Terrace on March 21 to make the announcement of the new Northwest mobile service with Northern Health’s Intensive Case Management team. The unit is set to hit the road next month. (Brittany Gervais photo)
Ravi Kahlon, BC’s Parliamentary Secretary for Sport & Multiculturalism meets with staff, students and alumni at CMTN to discuss the BC Government’s decision to eliminate interest on student loans. (Storm Carroll/CMTN photo)

Zero-interest student loans a huge relief: CMTN student union

Parliamentary secretary hears from Terrace students, alumni and staff

Ravi Kahlon, BC’s Parliamentary Secretary for Sport & Multiculturalism meets with staff, students and alumni at CMTN to discuss the BC Government’s decision to eliminate interest on student loans. (Storm Carroll/CMTN photo)
Terrace Basketball Association president Keith Azak’s goal to bring an open basketball tournament to Terrace was a plan four years in the making. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Hoop dreams for Terrace’s first major basketball tournament

Organizers hope first year rebounds city reputation as regional host

Terrace Basketball Association president Keith Azak’s goal to bring an open basketball tournament to Terrace was a plan four years in the making. (Brittany Gervais photo)
Brittany Gervais photo                                The Coast Mountains School District received around $1.6 million from the province this year.

Coast Mountains School District receives provincial funding for upgrade projects

Upgrades planned for Kitwanga, Kildala and Nechako elementary schools

Brittany Gervais photo                                The Coast Mountains School District received around $1.6 million from the province this year.
Kitimat curlers win gold at BC Special Olympics

Kitimat curlers win gold at BC Special Olympics

Region 7 athletes from Terrace, Kitimat and Smithers earned 24 medals Feb. 21-23

Kitimat curlers win gold at BC Special Olympics
85-year-old man killed on Soucie Avenue

85-year-old man killed on Soucie Avenue

34-year old woman arrested in connection with homicide investigation

85-year-old man killed on Soucie Avenue
Christine Creyke, lands director for the Tahltan Central Government, was appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee in February. (Tahltan Central Government photo)

Tahltan woman appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee

Christine Creyke will focus input from First Nations, northern and rural perspectives

Christine Creyke, lands director for the Tahltan Central Government, was appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee in February. (Tahltan Central Government photo)
Northwest athletes winners in 2019 BC Special Olympics Winter Games

Northwest athletes winners in 2019 BC Special Olympics Winter Games

Region 7 athletes from Terrace, Kitimat and Smithers earned 24 medals Feb. 21-23

Northwest athletes winners in 2019 BC Special Olympics Winter Games
Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades

Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades

The money was used to purchase the chairlift’s bull wheel replacement last summer

Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades
Sm’algya̱x language explored through conversation, art

Sm’algya̱x language explored through conversation, art

Indigenous educator Arlene Deptuck visited Terrace Feb. 20 for a language and art workshop

Sm’algya̱x language explored through conversation, art
Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades

Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades

The money was used to purchase the chairlift’s bull wheel replacement last summer

Rio Tinto donates $50K for Shames Mountain chairlift upgrades
Terrace resident Ben Korving at a press conference in Ottawa Feb. 20 following the introduction of a bill he inspired that would make all plastics either recyclable or compostable. The bill was introduced by Skeena - Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen, seen here beside Korving. (Photo courtesy Nathan Cullen)

Terrace resident’s bill banning single-use plastics introduced in Ottawa

MP Nathan Cullen’s presented Ben Korving’s private member’s bill Wednesday

Terrace resident Ben Korving at a press conference in Ottawa Feb. 20 following the introduction of a bill he inspired that would make all plastics either recyclable or compostable. The bill was introduced by Skeena - Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen, seen here beside Korving. (Photo courtesy Nathan Cullen)
B.C. Premier John Horgan was in Terrace Feb. 16 to announce $100 million grant for 22 municipalities, four regional districts in Northwest B.C. to fund infrastructure projects. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Province announces $100-million grant funding for Northwest communities

The Northern Capital and Planning Grant will go to four regional districts and 22 municipalities

B.C. Premier John Horgan was in Terrace Feb. 16 to announce $100 million grant for 22 municipalities, four regional districts in Northwest B.C. to fund infrastructure projects. (Brittany Gervais photo)
LNG Canada sponsors driver’s license training in Terrace, Kitimat

LNG Canada sponsors driver’s license training in Terrace, Kitimat

The $80,000 contribution is part of the company’s commitment to hire locally

LNG Canada sponsors driver’s license training in Terrace, Kitimat
Crews flew in a CH-149 Cormorant military helicopter used in air and sea rescues to locate the two skiers stranded between Shames Mountain and Mount Remo on Sunday, Feb. 10. (Black Press File Photo)

Terrace SAR, military coordinate joint late-night backcountry rescue

Two skiers were stranded at the top of Mount Amsbury Saturday in freezing temperatures

Crews flew in a CH-149 Cormorant military helicopter used in air and sea rescues to locate the two skiers stranded between Shames Mountain and Mount Remo on Sunday, Feb. 10. (Black Press File Photo)
Photo taken on morning of Feb. 5 shows ice accumulating along the banks of the Skeena River as temperatures stay below zero degrees. (Jeanine Philippe/Adventures In My Trusty Boots photo)

Cold wind warnings persist over B.C. North Coast inland

Environment Canada warns of strong outflow winds, risk of frostbite into weekend

Photo taken on morning of Feb. 5 shows ice accumulating along the banks of the Skeena River as temperatures stay below zero degrees. (Jeanine Philippe/Adventures In My Trusty Boots photo)
More than 40 youth from the Tahltan, Kaska, and Tlingit Nations pose for a photo at the top of the Teck Resources building in Vancouver during the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) Roundup conference. (Tahltan Central Government photo)

Tahltan, Tlingit, Kaska youth participate in Vancouver mining conference

More than 40 representatives learned and discussed mining exploration and industries over two days

More than 40 youth from the Tahltan, Kaska, and Tlingit Nations pose for a photo at the top of the Teck Resources building in Vancouver during the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) Roundup conference. (Tahltan Central Government photo)
Pellet plant superintendent and an electrical contractor stand in front of the pellet machine inside the Skeena Bioenergy plant beside the Skeena Sawmills on Hwy 16 West. (Skeena Sawmills photo)

Skeena Bioenergy pellet plant enters long-term agreement with Pacific BioEnergy

The international supplier will purchase product to export onto Japanese markets

Pellet plant superintendent and an electrical contractor stand in front of the pellet machine inside the Skeena Bioenergy plant beside the Skeena Sawmills on Hwy 16 West. (Skeena Sawmills photo)