Local News

Wet’suwet’en Strong shirts dominate All Native Tournament opening ceremonies

Committee vice-president says the basketball tournament in Prince Rupert shouldn’t be about politics

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

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

The robots are coming!

“Students race to our club to work on their robot.” - teacher

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SUV speeds down Highway 1 before crashing into cable barrier
'Robot' device helps babies cope with pain
Future restaurants to feature robot servers
New Zealand bans sales of assault weapons

Mayor lobbies for wood use in new Mills construction

Says wood would create warm, inviting atmosphere

Rio Tinto BC Works awarded international certification

All of Rio Tinto’s aluminium operations in Canada are now ASI certified

Unist’ot’en not joining hereditary chiefs’ provincial reconciliation

A potlatch feast will be held in March by the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to discuss with clans.

Northwestern B.C. mining activity grows

Exploration expenditures increase for second year

ICBC lowball injury offers aren’t driving up court costs, ministry says

B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs

Cullen calls federal ruling a “huge win for wild salmon”

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP disappointed it took a federal court to change DFO policy on farmed salmon

Cold snap causes ice at Oldfield Fish Hatchery

Prince Rupert volunteers cleared away ice to protect the smolt salmon

Demolition looming for Terrace’s Seven Sisters mental health facility

New hospital build scrubs $2.5M structure, just 14-years old, for larger, costlier unit

Arctic outflow chills North Coast inland

Environment Canada warns of frostbite and strong winter winds

Tahltan, Tlingit, Kaska youth participate in Vancouver mining conference

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

Prince Rupert resident temporarily banned from city hall for threats

Resident wants city to repair broken retaining wall, and to board up derelict neighbouring home

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

The international supplier will purchase product to export onto Japanese markets

Terrace resident asks council to consider city-wide ban of single-use plastics

The City of Terrace says the issue is complex, defers to Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine

Tl’ughus is in place and ready to bore

Next stage of Kemano second tunnel project will begin soon

A town divided

TSW breaks its silence and addresses rezoning of 461 Quatsino Blvd.

A good start to 2019 for the hospital foundation

Delta King kitchen renos already paying off

  • Feb 1, 2019