Local News

4/27/2015

Travelling Carnival Stops in the Northwest

Kids and Adults were treated to a fun weekend, as the Carnival rolled in to town. Residents in and around the Terrace area were able to enjoy those tasty sugary treats, fun rides and all the games at the event which was held at the Thornhill Community Grounds. It's something ... Read more
4/27/2015

National Immunization Awareness Week

It's National Immunization Awareness Week which celebrates the important role vaccines play in preserving and protecting public health. The week is an opportunity to prompt citizens to ensure their immunizations are up to date. The current B.C. immunization schedule includes vaccines that protect against fifteen infectious diseases such as whooping ... Read more
4/27/2015

166 Critical Trades Seats Coming to Northwest Community College

Today the provincial government and Ministry of Advanced Education announced $6.1 million in funding for close to 1500 trades seats at 14 post-secondary institutions across the province. The seats include 783 foundation seats and 646 apprenticeship seats in critical trades. With this funding, it's expected waitlist times will be reduced ... Read more
4/24/2015

Tax Deadline Less than a Week Away

Every year, it's the same rush to get your taxes in on time. And this year Jeanna MacNeil says there's a new part of the equation. "Income splitting amongst spouses was a tax credit that was introduced in 2011 by the Harper government. 2014 is the first year we've put ... Read more
4/24/2015

Stewart Border Issued Aired in Ottawa

The federal government is refusing to reverse its decision to close the international border between Stewart and Hyder, Alaska during the night. Skeena New Democrat M.P. Nathan Cullen called for the restoration of round-the-clock access across the border in the House of Commons today. He says the two towns are ... Read more