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Terrace Council Visited By Ministry of Environment Rep

  Terrace city council was visited by officials from BC's Ministry of Environment today... who went through the details of the recently released results from the Kitimat Airshed Study. Ed Hoffman told council the ministry plans to keep a close eye on the area.. as industrial developments unfold. The results ... Read more

Terrace Parents, School Board, Anxious For Teachers Strike End

    B-C Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker and senior government negotiator Peter Cameron met this afternoon with Education Minister Peter Fassbender for a rare, face-to-face discussion since teachers launched a full-scale walkout in mid-June. The meeting comes just days before the start of the new school year, and in Terrace, ... Read more

No Campfire ban in the Northwest Fire Jurisdiction

The Campfire ban has rescinded in the Northwest Fire Centre. Effective as of 4 p.m. on August 27th  campfires will once again be allowed throughout the Northwest Fire Centre's jurisdiction. The following activities will be allowed: Campfires, as defined in the wildfire regulation. Outdoor stoves and other portable campfire apparatuses ... Read more

Southeast Alaska Transportation Plan Could Mean Ferry Cuts from Ketchikan to Prince Rupert

Transportation officials for the Alaska Marine Highway System have released the draft Southeast Alaska Transportation Plan, which could mean ferry service cuts from Ketchikan to Prince Rupert. The proposed reduction would cut summer sailings in half, meaning there would only be two trips per week instead of four service runs ... Read more

Terrace seeing large number of developments

Terrace council is making more moves to help alleviate the no vacancy problems in the city. At last night's meeting, the councillors passed several development permits that will result in more multi-family housing. Among them is a development permit for Coast to Coast Holdings, the company developing a large parcel ... Read more