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CNC to digitally bring classes to remote communities

College of New Caledonia aims to deliver online courses to remote communities. Henry Reiser, president of CNC, says the college’s Digital Delivery Initiative will allow students in isolated communities to take classes remotely. A pilot roll out will start this fall with business courses offered between the campuses in Quesnel and Prince George. Full implementation of the program is expected ... Read More »

RCMP release teen in shooting death, recommend charges

Terrace RCMP have released a 16 year-old boy arrested in the shooting death of another teenager. Mounties say the boy has been released into the custody of his parents and must abide by a number of conditions. The boy was arrested after police were called to a Molitor Street home Monday night where they found a 15 year-old boy suffering ... Read More »

Northern Gateway funds digital classes at CNC

The College of New Caledonia is getting $250,000 from Northern Gateway. The money will be used to allow students from remote and Aboriginal communities to take classes digitally. CNC president Henry Reiser says Northern Gateway’s contribution is an investment toward better futures for learners in Northern BC. The Digital Delivery Initiative will allow instructors and students to communicate across different ... Read More »

Foul play ruled out in Terrace area man’s death

Terrace RCMP say they don’t suspect foul play in the death of a local man over the long weekend Police say the 49 year-old’s body was found outside on Family Day in the Kitselas First Nation community of Kulspai. Constable Angela Rabut calls the discovery tragic.  Community members say the man walked wherever he had to go. The BC Coroners ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP probe shooting death of 15 year-old

Terrace RCMP are investigating after the shooting death of a 15 year-old boy. Police were called out to a Molitor Street home at about 10 p.m. Monday where they found the teen. Constable Anglea Rabut says he was taken to hospital but died of his injuries. Rabut says investigators are still trying to figure out how the boy was shot. ... Read More »

Quesnel Mounties bust grow-op

A marijuana grow op was busted by the RCMP in Quesnel last Friday. A search warrant was executed at a West Fraser road residence. The RCMP seized 747 marijuana plants, 18 pounds of dried marijuana, 6 firearms and over $5000 in cash. Two males were arrested at the scene, and police are recommending a slew of charges. Read More »

Body found outside Terrace

Terrace RCMP are on scene after a body was discovered in a neighboring First Nation community. Constable Angela Rabut confirms that a body was discovered in the Kitselas community of Kulspai. Rabut says RCMP were called out to a report of a deceased person off Queensway Drive, but no further details are available, including the person’s age, gender, or whether ... Read More »

Stay home and off the roads: Terrace RCMP

Terrace RCMP are advising residents to stay off area roads unless it’s absolutely necessary. Constable Angela Rabut with the city detachment says Mounties have been called out to a number of fender benders, but fortunately nothing serious. Rabut says residents should also give snow clearing crews a wide birth as they do their work. Rabut says RCMP out on patrol ... Read More »

Terrace asks residents to stay off roads/sidewalks

The City of Terrace is also asking people to stay off roads and sidewalks in order to let crews clear the streets. Officials say snow clearing equipment can’t be in all places at once, so they’re asking for people’s patience. Priority will be given to major routes until the storm starts to wind down. BC Transit has cancelled bus services ... Read More »

Kitimat snowfall reaches nearly 1 metre so far

Kitimat residents also woke up to a massive dump of snow this morning. Snowfall accumulations have reached nearly one metre since the storm hit. District Communications Officer Tyler Noble says the snow has been challenging for everyone. Noble says it’s particularly important to keep a safe distance from district snow blowers as propelled ice and debris can be extremely dangerous. Read More »