Travel Only if Absolutely Necessary

The highway from Terrace to Rupert is closed due to a high avalanche hazard. There is a travel advisory - travel only if absolutely necessary - in effect for all other highways in our region.

Highway 16 Terrace East Advisory

Heavy Snowfall from Terrace to Big Oliver Creek Bridge (49.4 km).
Travel Advisory in effect. Travel is not recommended unless absolutely
necessary. Updated Tue Jan 27 at 4:12 am. (ID# 75448)

Terrace to New Aiyansh Travel Only if Necessary

Heavy Snowfall from Junction with Highway 16, in Terrace to New Aiyansh
(96.3 km). Travel Advisory in effect. Travel is not recommended unless
absolutely necessary. Updated Tue Jan 27 at 12:35 pm. (ID# 75457)

Highway 16 Closed Terrace to Rupert

Closed in both directions from Rainbow Pass to Agate Creek Bridge
because of Avalanche deposit removal, until 4:00 pm Tuesday, January
27th. Moderate Confidence Level. Updated on Tue Jan 27 at 1:18 pm. (ID#
75489)

Closed in both directions from Agate Creek Bridge to Terrace (93.6 km)
because of Avalanche deposit removal, until 4:00 pm Tuesday January
27th. Moderate confidence level. Updated on Tue Jan 27 at 1:29 pm. (ID#
75493)

Travel Only if Necessary New Aiyansh to Gingolx

Limited Visibility with Blowing Snow from New Aiyansh to Gingolx
(Kincolith) (72.7 km). Travel Advisory in effect. Travel is not
recommended unless absolutely necessary. Updated Tue Jan 27 at 12:34
pm. (ID# 75451)

PEP Workshop

The Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) sponsored Elected Officials
Workshops will be taking place throughout March and April, 2009 in 20
different communities throughout British Columbia.

The Terrace Workshop is scheduled for Thursday, 16 April ‘09 from 10:00 – 14:00
at the Terrace Fire Hall.

Objectives:  The primary purpose of the workshops is threefold:

BC Language Initiative Proposal Call

 

 

The First People's Heritage, Language and Culture Council has issued a Proposal Call for 2009-2010 British Columbia Language Initiative.

The deadline for applications is February 27, 2009 at 4:30 pm. Faxes will not be accepted.

Further details and and application forms are available at their website.

In Memory of Stan Hagen

January 21, 2009

The Honourable Gordon Campbell
Premier of British Columbia
Office of the Premier
PO Box 9041 STN PROV GOVT
Victoria, BC    V8W 9E1

Dear Honourable Campbell:

The Nisga'a Nation is deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Minister Stan Hagen.

Chiropractic Services in the Nass

The Nisga'a Valley Health Authority (NVHA) is pleased to announce that as of February 6, 2009 we will be receiving Chiropractic Services here in the Nass Valley.

This will be a trial period of 6 weeks to determine the need for this service in our Valley.

The Clinic will be held in Gitwinksihlkw on a weekly basis on Fridays

NVHA has contracted this service out to Lutz & Marshall Chiropractic Services Ltd. from Prince Rupert, BC.

Clients will not be charged any fees. This will be covered by NVHA. 

Clearing the Road, High Water in Gingolx


Work continues on clearing the debris from the highway between Laxgalts'ap and Gingolx.

More photos are available the the Photo Albums.

Some photos of the high water in Gingolx are available here.

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