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Mike Sawyer announced as Green candidate for Skeena-Bulkley Valley

Sawyer has been involved in multiple, high-profile legal complaints regarding pipeline developments.

CMSD superintendent taking year-long position with Ministry of Education

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

Salmon closures blanket Skeena watershed

DFO issued recreational fishing ban on all species in Skeena Watershed

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Old All West Glass building makes way for a new one

Expect delays from Terrace roundabout construction

Completion of $9.3 million construction project expected in the fall

21 Northern B.C. mayors urge Ottawa to help struggling forest industry

Letter aims to seek assistance through federal programs to deal with the crisis

Coast Mountain College rolls out Cannabis Cultivation Series

Courses are being offered at CMTN’s Terrace, Prince Rupert and Masset campuses starting in September

Dead zone: RDKS asks province for signage on Hwy 37

Director says many travellers are unaware and unprepared for emergencies

RCMP hoping to identify pair of men over suspicious incident

Damage caused to a building before the duo took off in a truck

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

Liberals acclaim former Fort St. James councillor as Skeena-Bulkley Valley candidate

Dave Birdi, Binche Whut’en First Nation economic development officer, enters race to replace Cullen

Port employment jumps by 1,000 in two years

1.5 billion dollars worth of economic activity created in the region in 2018

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

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

Terrace-based taxi service starts in Kitimat

Taxi availability will depend on the number of drivers

Kitamaat Village Road gets critical repairs

Other minor shoulder deficiencies along the entire road will also be addressed

New water system will end interruptions in Kitamaat Village

“The system was designed for future supply for generations to come.” - Colin Light