Local News

Provincial government to provide long-term financial support to B.C. Search and Rescue groups

The government will be providing an annual funding contribution of $6 million to begin in 2022-23.

Highway of Tears memorial totem pole to be raised on Kitsumkalum territory west of Terrace

Totem pole will stand overlooking the Skeena river, providing place for families to visit, remember

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Major train cargo facility planned on former Skeena Cellulose mill site in Terrace

The proposed development is now entering its public feedback phase, with open house planned July 29

Roundabout officially complete at Hwy 16 and Hwy 37 in Terrace

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure says roundabouts are safer, greener

New Haislakala Language Revitalization Program aims to preserve and revitalize Haisla language

Haisla elders will be recorded speaking in Haislakala, with hopes of collecting 12,000-17,000 words.

“We’re not busting ghosts”: local paranormal investigators check out PF Bistro

Paranormal North Coast British Columbia recently checked out PF Bistro at City Centre Mall.

“Bears that test the limits”: Kitimat sees higher number of bears than average year

Bears aren’t necessarily more assertive this year, there’s just a higher number than average.

Search and Rescue and RCMP investigate after abandoned kayak found on Kitimat River

KSAR and Kitimat RCMP confirmed the owner lost the recently-discovered kayak a couple of weeks ago.

Four air ambulance flights out of Terrace delayed or cancelled

Pandemic precautions caused nighttime closure of service station providing weather data to pilots

Skeena Resources, Tahltan prez excited by purchase of Eskay Creek

Skeena gets full control of mine, Barrick gets 12 per cent of Skeena and a one per cent royalty

Tamitik Status of Women granted $500,000 to support housing construction project

The funds will be used to support the construction of second stage and affordable rental housing.

Mother grizzly bear with two cubs spotted on Gruchy’s Beach trail near Terrace

Conservation officers also warning public to stay away from Grizzlies on lower Kitimat River

Government program grants funding for flood mapping study of Kitimat River

Kitimat received $150,000 to help provide flood preparation and support, to mitigate future risks.

Terrace conservation officers relocate Spirit bear

Bear roamed Kitsumkalum Valley north of Terrace for many years

Council approves reduction to leisure services monthly pass rates during COVID-19

Passes will be discounted while COVID-19 restrictions are in place, and will return to normal after.

Overall house sales drop in the northwest

COVID-19 pandemic slowed market activity

Authorities urge residents to manage garbage and fish entrails after dispatching another bear

Authorities are urging residents and anglers to manage their waste to keep bears at a safe distance.