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The school class size disaster and its fallout for students, indicates why taxes are necessary, notes writer.
With the ‘Welcome to Terrace’ sign now removed from its Thornhill location along Hwy16, debate continues as to its original purpose.
Malaysia outperforms Canada in macroeconomic environment, goods to market efficiency, and business sophistication and innovation.
There’s a lot to worry about over the prospects of a new hospital for Terrace, B.C., not the least is government refusing to plan.
Columnist finds research that provides context for local students' apparent decline in math skills on FSA tests.
"The REM Lee Theatre is the most important public building in Terrace"
Columnist Andre Carrel warns against rushing into electoral reform too quickly
"Examined philosophically, the vote speaks to the council members’ want of humanity and decency."
Terrace, BC columnist looks to example set by California school district
This is the third in an occasional series to be published concerning the future of Thornhill
The provincial government has the constitutional power and authority to do whatever it wants.
The first in an occasional series taking aim at Thornhill's quest to define its future considers the issue's familiar history
A Family Day-style snow storm is just one of many possible calamities a community needs to consider in its emergency planning
Terrace, B.C. columnist Andre Carrel reflects after receiving his property assessment notice
Much to consider when dealing with Thornhill's future
Three consecutive court defeats were not enough to convince the government to revise its labour strategy.
Northwestern B.C. alliance to share resource benefits a good idea
How does one go about writing a newspaper column? Andre Carrel discusses his process
Whether sitting at home, out for a walk, shopping, or attending a council meeting, the mayor’s responsibilities rest with the incumbent 24/7
Province ignoring the courts in its dispute with teachers