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The new facade of the Central Park Building is a design to match the creativity found inside the building. (Grant Harris photo)

Council lukewarm on proposed changes to Central Park building

Users of the building want more accessibility and envision a major renovation

The new facade of the Central Park Building is a design to match the creativity found inside the building. (Grant Harris photo)
Richard Tran, Marley Telles, and Gurmanjot Arora. Nathan Caldwell was the fourth member of the team who did not travel with them. (Contributed photo)
Richard Tran, Marley Telles, and Gurmanjot Arora. Nathan Caldwell was the fourth member of the team who did not travel with them. (Contributed photo)
On November 17th, the Pisac Bomberos (firefighters) marched in a Parade honouring Inca Nobleman, Bernardo Tambohuacso, and members of the FRITA deployment were asked to march with B-131 Bomberos and “were honoured” to be able to display the Canadian flag. (Telkwa Fire Chief, Derek Dickson front right. (Jose L. A. Ascuna photo)

Telkwa Fire Chief joins international training deployment in Peru

More than 50 Peruvian firefighters took training from an international team including Derek Dickson

On November 17th, the Pisac Bomberos (firefighters) marched in a Parade honouring Inca Nobleman, Bernardo Tambohuacso, and members of the FRITA deployment were asked to march with B-131 Bomberos and “were honoured” to be able to display the Canadian flag. (Telkwa Fire Chief, Derek Dickson front right. (Jose L. A. Ascuna photo)
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Regional district announces start-up business contest

Entry deadline, Feb. 10, 2023; winner announced March 28 at gala in Telkwa

  • Dec 8, 2022
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Cost of pork, chicken and beef continue to rise. (Deb Meissner photo)

Updated: Cost of living in the north strains budgets

Living further from services demands creativity for everyday living

Cost of pork, chicken and beef continue to rise. (Deb Meissner photo)
Justina Moore, Ksim Gisk’aast from Wilps Niisyuus, stands in front of the event banners at Gitlaxt’aamiks Recreation Centre. Justina is wearing drop killer whale crest earrings made of acrylic with abalone drop posts designed by Jaimie Davis. The banner designs were created by Tsimshian and Nisga’a artist Shawna Kiesman. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)

PHOTOS: Nass Valley fashion show brings Nisga’a talent into the light

Models sported a striking blend of colourful and more sombre tones that reflected the theme of the evening: ‘from darkness to light’

Justina Moore, Ksim Gisk’aast from Wilps Niisyuus, stands in front of the event banners at Gitlaxt’aamiks Recreation Centre. Justina is wearing drop killer whale crest earrings made of acrylic with abalone drop posts designed by Jaimie Davis. The banner designs were created by Tsimshian and Nisga’a artist Shawna Kiesman. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)
A search warrant executed Dec. 3 in Kitimat resulted in the seizure of cash, weapons and suspected narcotics. (RCMP photo)
A search warrant executed Dec. 3 in Kitimat resulted in the seizure of cash, weapons and suspected narcotics. (RCMP photo)

Kitimat RCMP seize suspected drugs and large amount of cash

Search warrant obtained after officers spot suspicious materials during another investigation

A search warrant executed Dec. 3 in Kitimat resulted in the seizure of cash, weapons and suspected narcotics. (RCMP photo)
A search warrant executed Dec. 3 in Kitimat resulted in the seizure of cash, weapons and suspected narcotics. (RCMP photo)
Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo submitted)

Gun bill may not get Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP’s support

Bachrach says NDP will not support amendments banning semi-automatic hunting rifles

  • Dec 7, 2022
Skeena-Bulkley Valley NDP MP Taylor Bachrach. (Photo submitted)
Northern residents are being urged to get their flu shots. There’s an emphasis on children under the age of five. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Top doctor urges northerners to get their flu shots

Northerners shy of flu shots compared to rest of B.C.

Northern residents are being urged to get their flu shots. There’s an emphasis on children under the age of five. (Marisca Bakker photo)
Canfor’s mill in Houston will be closed for three weeks beginning Dec. 19. (File photo)
Canfor’s mill in Houston will be closed for three weeks beginning Dec. 19. (File photo)
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Woman stabbed in the back outside Terrace shelter

Suspect arrested, victim treated for wound to lower back

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Nadine Cunningham and her five-year-old son Ryker Voss help to sort hampers at the Smithers Community Services Association Christmas food hamper depot last year. (Marisca Bakker photo)
The Smithers Community Services Association Christmas food hamper depot is open again. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Smithers Christmas hamper program underway

Donations are being accepted at the depot located at 4320 Highway 16 beside Kal Tire until Dec. 10

Nadine Cunningham and her five-year-old son Ryker Voss help to sort hampers at the Smithers Community Services Association Christmas food hamper depot last year. (Marisca Bakker photo)
The Smithers Community Services Association Christmas food hamper depot is open again. (Marisca Bakker photo)
(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)

Wanted man escapes from Wrinch Memorial Hospital in Hazelton

Buddy Shanoss fled from police in stolen car

(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
Conservative Party of Canada Leader Pierre Poilievre outside The Terrace Standard office on Clinton Street in Terrace this November. Poilievre also visited Kitimat and Prince Rupert during his northwest B.C. tour. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)

Pierre Poilievre pumps natural gas during northwest B.C. tour

Fiery Conservative leader talks LNG, ‘safe supply’ and reconciliation

Conservative Party of Canada Leader Pierre Poilievre outside The Terrace Standard office on Clinton Street in Terrace this November. Poilievre also visited Kitimat and Prince Rupert during his northwest B.C. tour. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)
A TNDC employee poses for a photograph. The business arm of the Tahltan Nation has joined the business council to British Columbia as its first wholly Indigenous-owned corporation. (Submitted photo)

Tahltan development corp joins Business Council of British Columbia

The business arm of Tahltan Nation is BCBC’s first wholly Indigenous-owned corporation

A TNDC employee poses for a photograph. The business arm of the Tahltan Nation has joined the business council to British Columbia as its first wholly Indigenous-owned corporation. (Submitted photo)
The New Hazelton RCMP detachment. (Interior News file photo)

Suspect arrested after fleeing from New Hazelton RCMP

North Division Emergency Response team mobilized over suspicion of handgun involved

The New Hazelton RCMP detachment. (Interior News file photo)
A memorial totem pole is shown in this handout image provided by National Museums Scotland. The museum says it will return to the Nisga’a Nation in British Columbia a memorial pole taken nearly a century ago. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-National Museums Scotland

Nisga’a totem on display at Scotland museum since 1930 is heading home

Delegation of Nisga’a leaders travelled to Edinburgh last August to ask that the pole be returned

A memorial totem pole is shown in this handout image provided by National Museums Scotland. The museum says it will return to the Nisga’a Nation in British Columbia a memorial pole taken nearly a century ago. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-National Museums Scotland
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Accused Kitimat car thief busted for impaired driving

Breath samples clocked the 32-year-old woman’s blood alcohol level at twice the legal limit

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Smithers Town Hall. ((Marisca Bakker photo))

Council passes food truck request to staff for recommendation

Sum Shockin’ Good food truck wants concessions in bylaw to operate on town property

Smithers Town Hall. ((Marisca Bakker photo))
A tap device whereby credit or debit cards can be used to make donations to the Salvation Army’s Christmas kettle campaign is being introduced in Houston this year. (Salvation Army photo/Houston Today)
A tap device whereby credit or debit cards can be used to make donations to the Salvation Army’s Christmas kettle campaign is being introduced in Houston this year. (Salvation Army photo/Houston Today)
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