Brittany Gervais

Kool-Aid man to run for mayor of B.C. town

Kool-Aid man to run for mayor of B.C. town

Comedian Danny Nunes hopes youth will “drink the kool-aid” and exercise their vote

Kool-Aid man to run for mayor of B.C. town
Smoke is visible throughout the Northwest Fire Centre, blurring out mountain ranges in Terrace, B.C. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Smoky skies in Northwest B.C. to last for several days, says BC Wildfire Service

Haze within the Northwest Fire Centre coming from fires burning outside the province

Smoke is visible throughout the Northwest Fire Centre, blurring out mountain ranges in Terrace, B.C. (Brittany Gervais photo)
Cullen, Morris face off on proportional representation debate

Cullen, Morris face off on proportional representation debate

At-capacity crowd packs in to Terrace event

Cullen, Morris face off on proportional representation debate
BC Wildfire Service photo

UPDATE: Fire northeast of Terrace under control

The 12.1-hectare fire was first discovered Saturday morning near Cedarvale

BC Wildfire Service photo
Crews first discovered the fire Saturday morning adjacent to the Cedarvale - Kitwanga backroad on the north side of the Skeena River. (BC Wildfire Service photo)

Crews battle fire northeast of Terrace

The 10-hectare fire was discovered Saturday

Crews first discovered the fire Saturday morning adjacent to the Cedarvale - Kitwanga backroad on the north side of the Skeena River. (BC Wildfire Service photo)
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen meet with press in Terrace, B.C., during Singh’s tour of the Northwest. (Quinn Bender photo)

Federal NDP leader talks DFO, Greyhound, tariffs at 1st of 4-day B.C. tour

Jagmeet Singh was in Terrace Wednesday with Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Nathan Cullen meet with press in Terrace, B.C., during Singh’s tour of the Northwest. (Quinn Bender photo)
Missing Oregon family found after possibly getting lost on purpose

Missing Oregon family found after possibly getting lost on purpose

Officials say family of four was found near Dease Lake after their vehicle was apparently abandoned

Missing Oregon family found after possibly getting lost on purpose
Half of the 30-member grounds crew after they completed their training in June for ValhallaFest. (Stepheny Vossen photo)

ValhallaFest kickstarts first year

Three-day electronic music and art festival starts this weekend in Terrace

Half of the 30-member grounds crew after they completed their training in June for ValhallaFest. (Stepheny Vossen photo)
The Petro Canada on Keith Avenue reported no shortages over the last week, and got their premium fuel from Prince George on Friday. (Brittany Gervais)

Gas shortages have not yet reached Terrace

Temporary pump closures in northern B.C. due to issues at Suncor refinery in Edmonton

The Petro Canada on Keith Avenue reported no shortages over the last week, and got their premium fuel from Prince George on Friday. (Brittany Gervais)
Jenny Morgan and Nathan Zafran of Awakening Indigenous are hitting the road for the third time to share free breathing and meditation techniques in facilitated group sessions across B.C. (Contributed photo)

Wide awake on a mind and body journey

Free Awakening Indigenous workshops target trauma and anxiety with meditation

Jenny Morgan and Nathan Zafran of Awakening Indigenous are hitting the road for the third time to share free breathing and meditation techniques in facilitated group sessions across B.C. (Contributed photo)
Premier John Horgan, joined by minister of advanced education, skills and training, Melanie Mark, and Northwest Community College president Ken Burt, announces $5.4 million in industry-standard training equipment for trades and tech students in 15 public post-secondary schools in B.C. Horgan made the announcement March 27 at NWCC’s Terrace Campus. (Quinn Bender photo)

Province gives $5.4 million to trades training

Money earmarked to help post-secondary schools replace obsolete equipment

Premier John Horgan, joined by minister of advanced education, skills and training, Melanie Mark, and Northwest Community College president Ken Burt, announces $5.4 million in industry-standard training equipment for trades and tech students in 15 public post-secondary schools in B.C. Horgan made the announcement March 27 at NWCC’s Terrace Campus. (Quinn Bender photo)
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix at the Terrace hospital Feb. 9 to announce plans for a new Mills Memorial Hospital.

B.C. Health Minister announces plan for new hospital in Terrace

“This means more beds, a level three trauma centre, better surgery and better care,” Health Minister Adrian Dix said.

B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix at the Terrace hospital Feb. 9 to announce plans for a new Mills Memorial Hospital.
Coast Mountains District schools are closed today after reviewing current road and weather conditions

Coast Mountains District schools are closed today after reviewing current road and weather conditions

The announcement follows a previous decision made yesterday to keep all district schools open with regular bus service

Coast Mountains District schools are closed today after reviewing current road and weather conditions