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Municipalities won’t let Greyhound go without a fight

Greyhound can expect a bumpy road ahead if it pursues its plans to kill off five passenger routes in the north. Last week during the Union of B.C. Municipalities Convention in Vancouver, the delegates voted in favour of a motion put forward by Prince George city council that urges the passenger transportation board to reject Greyhound’s application. One of the ... Read More »

Missing Prince Rupert man located

A Prince Rupert man who vanished this past may have been found safe. 27-year-old Nathan Collinson wasn’t reported missing to police until June 27. In a short press release Rupert RCMP say only that he was located safe, but provided no additional information as to just what happened to him that caused him to drop out of sight for so ... Read More »

Kitimat author looking to pocket another prize

Kitimat Village has also produced an award-winning author and she’s in line for possibly another accolade. Eden Robertson is one of five writers who has been shortlisted for the prestigious Literary Giller Prize for her work “Son of a Trickster”. Not only does the winning writer garner the prestige, they also pocket $100,000. The Giller is the richest literary prize ... Read More »

The Williams Lake RCMP were called to a disturbance report

The Williams Lake RCMP were called to a disturbance complainant. On Sunday, October 1st RCMP were called to the 400 block of Dodwell Street for what was initially reported as a disturbance complainant. While responding, police were notified by medical personnel that a person had been brought to the hospital with serious injuries. A get-together at the residence resulted in ... Read More »

Kitimat film showcased in National Film Board’s #Canada150 playlist

A film shot in Kitimat has been added to the National Film Board’s #Canada150 playlist. The film Totem: The Return of the G’psgolox Pole was written by the late Gil Cardinal and shot in Kitimat Village. It will join the other number of films that showcase the Canadian Spirit of protest from past to present. The feature-length documentary traces the ... Read More »

$6.4 M for Indigenous family preservation

Minister of Children and Family Development, Katrine Conroy announced $6.4 million for Indigenous Families on Orange Shirt Day. Each of the 203 First Nation agencies and the seven agencies that serve Metis people in BC is able to apply for $30,000 by the 20th of October outlining their community’s prevention and family support needs as well as how the money ... Read More »

Leah Wiebe’s battle with Leukemia ends

After a tough battle with Leukemia, Leah Wiebe passed away late last night. On September 27th Leah’s second round of CAR-T treatment’s in Seattle to cure her Leukemia ended unsuccessfully. Leah’s brother Mark Magee says “Thank-you to you and the City that has championed this cause and fought together. Terrace is the best community in the whole world.” Read More »

7 First Nations in court to appeal Trans Mountain Pipeline

First Nations and environmental groups are in Vancouver today to challenge Kinder Morgan in the Federal Court of Appeal. The court is set to start hearing the consolidated challenges from 7 First Nations bands about the National Energy Board’s flawed process and appealing the Federal Cabinet’s approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline. First Nations are hoping this case ... Read More »

Team B.C announces their Women’s U18 roster

BC Hockey has announced their roster for the Female U18 Championships in Quebec City. The team is compiled of 20 talented women from locations varying from Terrace and Port Alberni. Terrace’s Myah Bowal is currently playing with the Toronto Leaside Junior Wildcats in the PWHL. Bowal has 18 points in 36 games with the Wildcats this season. The final roster was ... Read More »

Water usage stopping full implementation of UNDRIP says environmental lawyers and UBC

Changes on how water is utilized in this country could change with Canada’s plan to implement the UN Declaration of the Right of Indigenous Peoples. West Coast Environmental Law says a new report penned by themselves and UBC says the requirements laid out in the UN Document will require a more collaborative and proactive process which upholds Indigenous decision-making authority ... Read More »

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