Terrace, British Columbia

What is Terrace, British Columbia known for?


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education school, North Coast Distance Education School which serves all grades from kindergarten to grade 12 and adults. There is also one middle school, Skeena Middle School. There is one public Francophone primary school in that city, ''école Jack-Cook'', operated by the ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique''. "Carte des écoles." '' Conseil scolaire francophone de la


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community (community radio) classic rock * FM 95.3 - CBTH-FM (CFPR), CBC Radio One (repeats CFPR, Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia)) * FM 96.9 - CBUF-FM-3 (CBUF-FM), Première Chaîne (repeats CBUF-FM, Vancouver) * FM 103.1 - CJFW-FM, country (country music) Television * Channel 3 - CFTK-TV, CBC Television private affiliate Bibliography *


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for northwestern British Columbia. In 2001, the community was significantly affected by problems with and the eventual closure of the largest local employer, the former Skeena Cellulose Inc. sawmill. The mill was bought by Terrace Lumber Co., a group of local owners, and re-opened in late August 2005, but did not prosper and closed in mid-2006. By the end of 2006, the remaining equipment was auctioned off and the mill was torn down. The former site of this mill is now a vacant lot with the footings covered in spray paint graffiti. Current economic prospects are linked to tourism, mineral developments to the north and northwest, construction of a powerline towards Iskut and energy-related developments in Kitimat. The Prince Rupert container port expansion has resulted in increased rail traffic by CN Rail in recent years. In 2004, a Wal-Mart center was built in Terrace (store 5834). The Skeena mall underwent a large scale renevation that was completed in 2013. The ski resort Northern Escape Heli-skiing is based in Terrace. Educational institutions Terrace is located within School District 82 Coast Mountains, along with Kitimat (Kitimat, British Columbia); Stewart (Stewart, British Columbia); and Hazelton (Hazelton, British Columbia). There is one senior secondary school within Terrace itself, Caledonia Senior Secondary School, which serves grades 10, 11 and 12. Terrace is also home to a distance education school, North Coast Distance Education School which serves all grades from kindergarten to grade 12 and adults. There is also one middle school, Skeena Middle School. There is one public Francophone primary school in that city, ''école Jack-Cook'', operated by the ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique''. "Carte des écoles." ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britanique''. Retrieved on 22 January 2015. Centennial Christian School is also located within the town limits of Terrace, which provides classes from pre-school through to grade 12. The main campus of the Northwest Community Collegeis located in Terrace, where it was established in 1975. The college includes the Freda Diesing School, which offers courses related to First Nations art. The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) has a regional campus located on 4837 Keith Avenue, namely the Northwest Regional (Terrace) Campus http: www.unbc.ca about campus northwest.html . An additional campus is located in Prince Rupert, housed in the NWCC building. Media Newspaper * Terrace Standard * Terrace Daily Radio * AM 590 - CFTK (CFTK (AM)), adult contemporary * FM 92.1 - CFNR-FM, First Nations community (community radio) classic rock * FM 95.3 - CBTH-FM (CFPR), CBC Radio One (repeats CFPR, Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia)) * FM 96.9 - CBUF-FM-3 (CBUF-FM), Première Chaîne (repeats CBUF-FM, Vancouver) * FM 103.1 - CJFW-FM, country (country music) Television * Channel 3 - CFTK-TV, CBC Television private affiliate Bibliography * '''Kitsumkaylum''' is a First Nations reserve (Indian reserve) of the Kitsumkalum group of the Tsimshian people, located near the city of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) in the Skeena Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. There are approximately 5,000 British Columbia wide with many living in traditional Gitxsan territory. Many also live elsewhere in British Columbia, in places such as Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), and in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), as well as around the world. call_letters CFTK-TV city Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia station_logo 220px (Image:CFTK.svg) '''CFTK-TV''' is a television station in Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia, broadcasting on channel 7 (Citywest cable), channel 3 (off air), channel 324 (Shaw Direct), channel 256 (Bell TV). It is owned by Astral Media and is the CBC Television affiliate in that city. The station also has a repeater in Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), broadcasting on Channel 6. Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).


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and former Member of Parliament Mike Scott (Mike Scott (politician)), Liberal Party candidate and Prince Rupert mortgage specialist Gordon Stamp-Vincent, Green Party candidate Phil Brienesse of Smithers,

and Rod Taylor of the Christian Heritage Party. The election was seen


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Columbia page 1 and using signage saying "Re-elect Scott", despite the fact that Cullen was the incumbent. Cullen was effective at forcing Scott to defend issues from his time in office during the 1990s

Scott defends decision to run campaign for re-election last Zimmerman first Sarah newspaper Terrace Standard date January 5, 2006 page 1 Cullen was effective at forcing Scott to defend issues from his time in office during the 1990s while Scott made Cullen defend his vote to support the Canadian


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Clements, British Columbia Port Clements . The region's economy is predominantly resource-based, especially fishing, forestry, and mining. First term Cullen was the youngest of 19 New Democratic Party candidates elected to the 38th Parliament (38th Canadian Parliament), a minority parliament led by Paul Martin and the Liberal Party.

and former Member of Parliament Mike Scott (Mike Scott (politician)), Liberal Party candidate and Prince Rupert mortgage specialist Gordon Stamp-Vincent, Green Party candidate Phil Brienesse of Smithers,

news title Tory leader in town today last Ritchie first Leanne newspaper Daily News location Prince Rupert, British Columbia date December 28, 2005 page 1 and Jack Layton with a mid-January stop in Terrace. Scott ran an aggressive campaign attacking the Liberal


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covered in spray paint graffiti. Current economic prospects are linked to tourism, mineral developments to the north and northwest, construction of a powerline towards Iskut and energy-related developments in Kitimat. The Prince Rupert container port expansion has resulted in increased rail traffic by CN Rail in recent years. In 2004, a Wal-Mart center was built in Terrace (store 5834). The Skeena mall underwent a large scale renevation that was completed in 2013. The ski resort Northern Escape Heli-skiing is based in Terrace. Educational institutions Terrace is located within School District 82 Coast Mountains, along with Kitimat (Kitimat, British Columbia); Stewart (Stewart, British Columbia); and Hazelton (Hazelton, British Columbia). There is one senior secondary school within Terrace itself, Caledonia Senior Secondary School, which serves grades 10, 11 and 12. Terrace is also home to a distance education school, North Coast Distance Education School which serves all grades from kindergarten to grade 12 and adults. There is also one middle school, Skeena Middle School. There is one public Francophone primary school in that city, ''école Jack-Cook'', operated by the ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique''. "Carte des écoles." ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britanique''. Retrieved on 22 January 2015. Centennial Christian School is also located within the town limits of Terrace, which provides classes from pre-school through to grade 12. The main campus of the Northwest Community Collegeis located in Terrace, where it was established in 1975. The college includes the Freda Diesing School, which offers courses related to First Nations art. The University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) has a regional campus located on 4837 Keith Avenue, namely the Northwest Regional (Terrace) Campus http: www.unbc.ca about campus northwest.html . An additional campus is located in Prince Rupert, housed in the NWCC building. Media Newspaper * Terrace Standard * Terrace Daily Radio * AM 590 - CFTK (CFTK (AM)), adult contemporary * FM 92.1 - CFNR-FM, First Nations community (community radio) classic rock * FM 95.3 - CBTH-FM (CFPR), CBC Radio One (repeats CFPR, Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia)) * FM 96.9 - CBUF-FM-3 (CBUF-FM), Première Chaîne (repeats CBUF-FM, Vancouver) * FM 103.1 - CJFW-FM, country (country music) Television * Channel 3 - CFTK-TV, CBC Television private affiliate Bibliography * '''Kitsumkaylum''' is a First Nations reserve (Indian reserve) of the Kitsumkalum group of the Tsimshian people, located near the city of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) in the Skeena Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. There are approximately 5,000 British Columbia wide with many living in traditional Gitxsan territory. Many also live elsewhere in British Columbia, in places such as Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), and in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), as well as around the world. call_letters CFTK-TV city Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia station_logo 220px (Image:CFTK.svg) '''CFTK-TV''' is a television station in Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia, broadcasting on channel 7 (Citywest cable), channel 3 (off air), channel 324 (Shaw Direct), channel 256 (Bell TV). It is owned by Astral Media and is the CBC Television affiliate in that city. The station also has a repeater in Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), broadcasting on Channel 6. Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).


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news title Tory leader in town today last Ritchie first Leanne newspaper Daily News location Prince Rupert, British Columbia date December 28, 2005 page 1 and Jack Layton with a mid-January stop in Terrace. Scott ran an aggressive campaign attacking the Liberal

page 1 and Jack Layton with a mid-January stop in Terrace. Scott ran an aggressive campaign attacking the Liberal candidate,


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of the Skeena River, near Prince Rupert) to Hazelton (Hazelton, British Columbia). It was not until 1891 that the Hudson's Bay Company sternwheeler ''Caledonia'' successfully negotiated the Kitselas Canyon and reached Hazelton. A number of other steamers were built around the turn of the century, in part due to the growing fishing industry and the Klondike Gold Rush. '''Kitsumkaylum''' is a First Nations reserve (Indian reserve) of the Kitsumkalum group of the Tsimshian people, located near the city of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) in the Skeena Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. There are approximately 5,000 British Columbia wide with many living in traditional Gitxsan territory. Many also live elsewhere in British Columbia, in places such as Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), and in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), as well as around the world. call_letters CFTK-TV city Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia station_logo 220px (Image:CFTK.svg) '''CFTK-TV''' is a television station in Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia, broadcasting on channel 7 (Citywest cable), channel 3 (off air), channel 324 (Shaw Direct), channel 256 (Bell TV). It is owned by Astral Media and is the CBC Television affiliate in that city. The station also has a repeater in Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), broadcasting on Channel 6. Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).


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at Capilano University in North Vancouver, first in political studies and then in philosophy. Since 1990, Persky has resided part-time in Vancouver and in Berlin, Germany. The judicial districts are: Cariboo; Kootenay; Nanaimo; Prince Rupert; Vancouver; Victoria; Westminster; and Yale. The Counties of Vancouver and Westminster are collectively one judicial district under the name of the "Vancouver Westminster Judicial District". British Columbia ''Supreme Court Act''. Within each county, or judicial district, justices are resident in the following locations: Chilliwack (Chilliwack, British Columbia); Cranbrook (Cranbrook, British Columbia); Kamloops; Kelowna; Nanaimo; Nelson (Nelson, British Columbia); New Westminster; Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia); Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia); Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia); and Vancouver. The BCSC also holds sittings in the following court locations for which there is not a resident justice: Campbell River (Campbell River, British Columbia); Courtenay (Courtenay, British Columbia); Dawson Creek; Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia); Fort Nelson (Fort Nelson, British Columbia); Fort St. John (Fort St. John, British Columbia); Golden (Golden, British Columbia); Penticton; Port Alberni; Powell River (Powell River, British Columbia); Quesnel (Quesnel, British Columbia); Revelstoke (Revelstoke, British Columbia), Rossland (Rossland, British Columbia); Salmon Arm (Salmon Arm, British Columbia); Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia); Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia); Vernon (Vernon, British Columbia); and Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia). demo-cd Kitimat-Stikine (Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine), Skeena-Queen Charlotte (Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District), Stikine (Stikine Region), Bulkley-Nechako (Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako), Central Coast (Central Coast Regional District) demo-csd Bulkley-Nechako (Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako) Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E, & G, Burns Lake (Burns Lake, British Columbia), Central Coast (Central Coast Regional District) Electoral Areas A (Northern section), B, D & E, Fort St. James (Fort St. James, British Columbia), Fraser Lake (Fraser Lake, British Columbia), Granisle (Granisle, British Columbia), Houston (Houston, British Columbia), Kitimat (Kitimat, British Columbia), Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Telkwa (Telkwa, British Columbia) This district includes the cities of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), the town of Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), as well as the districts of Kitimat (Kitimat, British Columbia), Hazelton (Hazelton, British Columbia), New Hazelton (New Hazelton, British Columbia), Vanderhoof (Vanderhoof, British Columbia), Stewart (Stewart, British Columbia), Port Edward (Port Edward, British Columbia), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) and the villages of Masset (Masset, British Columbia), Burns Lake (Burns Lake, British Columbia), Granisle (Granisle, British Columbia), Telkwa (Telkwa, British Columbia) and Port Clements (Port Clements, British Columbia). Geography This was a rural, mostly wilderness, riding in northwestern B.C. It consisted of the northwest corner of the province of British Columbia, including the towns of Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) and Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), and the Queen Charlotte Islands. Northwest Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Kitimat (Kitimat, British Columbia), Stewart (Stewart, British Columbia) - Directions West of Telkwa is Smithers, British Columbia (17), Moricetown, British Columbia (48), New Hazelton (81), Kitwanga, British Columbia (129), Terrace, British Columbia (220), and Prince Rupert, British Columbia (364). East of Telkwa is Houston, British Columbia (49), Topley, British Columbia (79), Burns Lake, British Columbia (130), Fraser Lake, British Columbia (199), and Prince George, British Columbia (353). 280px right Location of Usk, British Columbia (Image:Usk, British Columbia Location.png) '''Usk''' is a hamlet in British Columbia, Canada just off Highway 16 (British Columbia Highway 16) north-east of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) on the north bank of the Skeena River. Once famous for berry-growing, a flood in the 1930s destroyed most of the community. A few people still live there now. Access is by the Usk Ferry, a reaction ferry, or passenger-only cablecar when the river is iced over. The Usk railway station is served by Via Rails Jasper – Prince Rupert train. A native of British Columbia, she grew up in Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia), Queen Charlotte Islands and Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia). She has worked as a tug boat driver, logging camp cook and journalist. She earned a degree from the University of Victoria where she worked on the student newspaper, ''The Martlet''. '''Kitsumkaylum''' is a First Nations reserve (Indian reserve) of the Kitsumkalum group of the Tsimshian people, located near the city of Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) in the Skeena Country of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. There are approximately 5,000 British Columbia wide with many living in traditional Gitxsan territory. Many also live elsewhere in British Columbia, in places such as Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), and in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), as well as around the world. call_letters CFTK-TV city Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia station_logo 220px (Image:CFTK.svg) '''CFTK-TV''' is a television station in Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), British Columbia, broadcasting on channel 7 (Citywest cable), channel 3 (off air), channel 324 (Shaw Direct), channel 256 (Bell TV). It is owned by Astral Media and is the CBC Television affiliate in that city. The station also has a repeater in Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), broadcasting on Channel 6. Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).

Terrace, British Columbia

'''Terrace''' is a city on the Skeena River in British Columbia, Canada. The Kitselas people, a tribe of the Tsimshian Nation, have lived in the Terrace area for thousands of years. The community population fell between 2001 and 2006 from 12,109 with a regional population of 19,980 (Statistics Canada, 2001) to 11,320 and regional of 18,581 (Statistics Canada, 2006). The 2011 census showed that the community population had fallen further to 11,486. The community is the regional retail and service hub for the northwestern portion of British Columbia. The administrative offices of the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine are also located in Terrace.

The community sits on the Canadian National Railway and the Yellowhead Highway. Air services for the community are provided through Northwest Regional Airport (Northwest Regional Airport (British Columbia)), with connections to Prince George, Smithers, and Vancouver. The Terrace railway station is served by Via Rail's Jasper – Prince Rupert train. Health care in Terrace is administered by Northern Health and provided, in part, by Mills Memorial Hospital.

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