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Carvings headed for Burns Lake
Carvings will be used to help promote First Nations tourism
Enbridge claims refuted
Neither of two local First Nations signed up for any benefits or equity sharing that could result from Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline.
Store to emphasize reycling
Terrace outlet to resell useable items that would otherwise be discarded
Miners hope to ease water fears
Tahltan worried about impacts of Red Chris mining project
Enbridge pipeline, tanker project receives rough ride at Terrace hearings
WHEN WALTER Fricke sits in his boat on the river, fishing rod in hand, it brings him more than peace.
Terrace council refuses rezoning bid
Proposed subdivision raises questions about density
Mining is more than profit
Mining association president highlights social responsibility at Terrace luncheon
Terrace’s Skeena Mall improvements planned
Interior and exterior renovations are starting very soon
New Terrace recycling depot opening soon
The local Waste Management firm is putting finishing touches on a new recycling depot that will be free for local residents.
Terrace recycling to go private
But for Terrace taxpayers and local recyclers, the service is offered free of charge.
Popular Terrace trail to be extended
The work is being done thanks to a provincial grant
Tourism promoter loses tax revenue
Not enough hoteliers supported room tax for Kermodei Tourism Society
Terrace delays RCMP contract signing
City council wants more information on policing cost increases before signing 20-year contract
UPDATE: Terrace chamber makes pitch to cut business taxes
The result would be a shift toward an increase in residential taxes
Terrace chamber targets city spending plans
The chamber also pushed its demand for a task force or advisory panel with business representation to look at Terrace's tax rate policy.
Terrace businesses want taxes cut
Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce vice president Gordon Stamp-Vincent says businesses are disproportionately paying property taxes.
Ski co-op to get city grant
The decision reverses a recommendation from city staffers that My Mountain Co-op not receive any money from the city this year.
City divvies up scarce grant dollars
“This is where our budget discussions become the most difficult,” said mayor Dave Pernarowski
City to give dangerous dogs a reprieve
The city's definition of a dangerous dog is “a dog which is known to attack or viciously pursue a person or domestic animal.”
Critical tourism decision is tonight
A tax on hotel and motel rooms needs support to continue