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Terrace Tim Horton’s construction to go ahead

Upgrades are on the way for a Terrace Tim Horton’s. A plan to renovate and update the Keith Avenue restaurant will move forward after nabbing Council’s consent yesterday. Upgrades will, in many ways, mirror those previously made to the downtown location with a fresh facade and interior renovations that will give the establishment a more modernized look. No site modifications ... Read More »

Terrace Council to write letter to province regarding energy upgrades made to properties

Terrace City Council will be penning a letter to the provincial government following a request made yesterday. The letter in question will focus on the possible implimentation of a new property assessment program relating to clean energy installs. A similar program, which would alter the way energy efficieny upgrades are taxed and possibly make them more commonplace, has already been ... Read More »

Fraser Lake RCMP seek information in year-old disappearance

Fraser Lake RCMP are renewing their calls for information about the disappearance of a local man not seen in a year. Investigators say Jerry Keith Krietz was last seen in Fraser Lake July 7th of last year as he made plans for a shopping trip to Prince George. Krietz was seen the following day on video leaving the Downtown Motel ... Read More »

RCMP searching for missing Telkwa woman near Terrace

RCMP are asking for help finding a missing Telkwa woman. Investigators say 34 year-old Chantelle Simpson left her Telkwa home July 4th and spoke with family later that night, but has not been heard from since. Terrace RCMP found Simpson’s vehicle near Gossen Creek Street east of the city July 5th and began a search of the area with a ... Read More »

Deceased woman found on Halfway River Reserve in 2015 now believed to be hit and run victim

Police now believe a woman found dead on the Halfway River First Nations reserve near Fort St John in 2015 to be the victim of a hit and run. The woman was discovered by RCMP on the side of Road 5 on April 5th, 2015 following a report. There is shockingly little information available regarding the incident, though police believe ... Read More »

Greyhound to axe all Western Canada routes by October 31

After pulling out of Northern British Columbia, Greyhound now says it plans to put the brakes on all of its remaining bus and freight routes with one exception. As of October 31, the only Greyhound bus route that will operate in BC will be the one running from Vancouver to Seattle. The company says all other routes are being cancelled ... Read More »

Affordable housing unit for Indigenous Elders opens up in Prince George

A new affordable housing unit for Indigenous elders and seniors is now officially open in Prince George. The three story building features 27 rooms and ammenities specifically designed around the needs of First Nations Elders. Located at 1811 Spruce Street, the building will include accesibility features such as wider doorways, lower countertops, and wheel-in showers. Rental rates range from 667 ... Read More »

Search for missing boater won’t resume until river level drops

Efforts to locate an Alberta man missing in the Kitimat River won’t likely resume until water levels drop. Dave Jephson with Terrace Search and Rescue says crews spent hours in a hazardous search of a log jam where the 39-year-old Alberta man’s boat capsized Saturday. RCMP say it’s not safe to launch off of the 18 Mile Bridge site at ... Read More »

Office of the Auditor General of BC releases annual report

The Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia has released BC’s 2017-18 annual report and financial statements. The package includes 40 financial audit reports, seven performance audit reports, and seven information reports and plans. 91.1 billion dollars in BC government assets were audited by the Office last year. Major projects reviewed include: a grizzly bear management plan, recruitment and ... Read More »

Feds to bolster search and rescue capabilities on the North Coast

The North Coast is getting added marine rescue capabilities. The Canadian Coast Guard is opening four new search and rescue stations, including one in Hartley Bay. The new stations are part of Ottawa’s $1.5 billion Oceans Protection Program to protect the marine environment, coastal communities and support economic growth. The other new search and rescue stations will be established around ... Read More »

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