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B.C. party leaders getting set for televised debate

Leaders of British Columbia’s political parties will enter living rooms across the province tonight as they take part in a televised debate. BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark says the event will give her a chance to talk directly to voters about the choices they face come election day on May 9. BC NDP Leader John Horgan says while tonight’s debate ... Read More »

Yukon proposing to make National Aboriginal Day a statutory holiday

The new Yukon Liberal Government has tabled its first piece of legislation. Community Services Minister John Streicker has tabled Bill 2, the National Aboriginal Day Act, which declares June 21st a statutory holiday. Premier Sandy Silver says this move is part of leading the way toward reconciliation with First Nations. Currently, the Northwest Territories is the only jurisdiction in Canada ... Read More »

Prince George Mounties looking for armed robbery suspect

A retail store in downtown Prince George was robbed at gunpoint yesterday afternoon. Prince George Mounties were notified of the robbery at around 3:30 p.m. at a location on 3rd Avenue. Police say a lone suspect entered the store, produced a handgun and demanded cash. The suspect then fled westbound on a purple ten-speed bicycle. Witnesses describe the suspect as ... Read More »

Terrace provides funding to R.E.M. Lee Theatre

Terrace city council is putting money towards the R.E.M. Lee Theatre. Council approved giving a one time payment of $12,000. Council debated if money should be given to the theatre as it is already owned and operated by Coast Mountains School District. Coast Mountains’ Alanna Cameron says the R.E.M. Lee Theatre Alive Society is in charge of big ticket upgrades. ... Read More »

Terrace’s Youth Advisory Committee outlines their priorities for the city

Terrace’s Youth Advisory Committee has brought forward their priorities to council for consideration. Better softball fields and more organized events such as laser tag or volley ball are some items the youth are hoping to see addressed. Committee member Zack Bilash also wants to see improvements made to city sidewalks. City staff acknowledged that some of those issues are going ... Read More »

Four in custody following stolen vehicle investigation in Prince George

Four suspects are in custody after stealing a vehicle in Prince George. RCMP say the vehicle was reported stolen around 6:30 yesterday morning, on Arnett Avenue. The suspects fled from police when they were located later that afternoon. They were eventually arrested in the McIntyre Crescent area. Three men aged 17 to 23 were arrested along with a 41-year-old woman. ... Read More »

Police looking for rightful owner of an uniqe bike in Quesnel

An unique bicycle was found by Quesnel RCMP early this morning. Police are asking if anyone who may have misplaced or had their bike stolen to contact them with details of the bike. They say they often are unable to reunite found bikes with their rightful owners. Police recommend cyclist write down their bike’s serial number or engrave your drivers ... Read More »

Minor injuries reported in early morning Quesnel crash

Minor injuries have been reported following an early morning crash in Quesnel. RCMP say it happened around 7:30 a.m. when a southbound car on Kinchant collided with a fully loaded westbound semi on Carson Avenue. The driver of the car suffered minor injuries while the truck driver was uninjured. The area was closed off for about 45-minutes while crews cleaned ... Read More »

Police searching for missing man in Terrace

Update on April 25th: RCMP confirm Chad Ion has been located and is safe. Police are looking for a missing man in Terrace. RCMP say 28-year-old Chad Ion has been missing since last Monday. He’s described as Native, 5’10”, weighs 150 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, and a goatee. He also has a slender build and medium complexion. Ion ... Read More »

Terrace woman finished second in her Vancouver Sun Run category

A Terrace resident finished as one of the top runners in the Vancouver Sun Run. Birgitte Bartlett finished second in the women’s 65-69 category over the weekend. Bartlett was one runner in a team taking part, the Kitsumkalum Salmon Runners. She finished in the top 13% of all runners who participated. Read More »