Local News

9/27/2016

Federal Decision on Pacific NorthWest LNG Project Looming

   Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has a final environmental assessment of the Pacific Northwest LNG project in hand, with the federal Liberal cabinet set to meet today in the national capital.     A decision from the Trudeau government on the proposed 36-billion-project at Port Edward's Lelu Island must be made no ... Read more
9/26/2016

Direct Hawkair flights to Vancouver to be cancelled

Central Mountain Airlines will be cancelling its direct Hawkair flights from Terrace to Vancouver starting October 1st. Marketing Coordinator Kevin Alles, says the decision was made due to poor numbers on the flights. "It was a difficult decision but the route wasn't meeting load and revenue expectations for the company, ... Read more
9/26/2016

Fire Truck Pull in Terrace another success

The 5th annual United Way Fire Truck Pull took place in Terrace over the weekend. United Way Community Development Organizer Lindsey Larson says the event was quite popular this year and the money raised will stay in the north and support local organizations. "We had 70 people come, just to ... Read more
9/26/2016

GUN AMNESTY ACROSS BRITISH COLUMBIA

British Columbians across the province can turn in unwanted and unauthorized weapons during the Gun Amnesty starting October 1st to October 31st of this year. Prince Rupert’s RCMP Sergeant Dave Uppal says this will provide the public a safe opportunity to dispose of weapons, imitations weapons, related equipment ... Read more
9/26/2016

Rio Tinto Shows Off New Kitimat Smelter in Weekend Open House

Northwest residents got a chance to see Rio Tinto's newly modernized Kitimat smelter, during an open house Saturday. Reliability Engineer Trevor Bouk said it was great to show residents of the community -- and especially the families of employees -- what the new operation looks like. "We want to make ... Read more