The communities we serve are Terrace, Meanskinisht/Cedarvale, Kitselas, Kitsumkalum, Rosswood, Thornhill & Usk.
Terrace is the perfect juxtaposition of the Northwest, bringing together a perfect blend of amenities to the locals and tourists alike. Known for world-class fishing, snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, hiking trails, and many other opportunities for outdoor adventure, Terrace is also well acquainted in the ways of warm hospitality, art, culture and business.
Terrace has a population of 13,600 (2016 Census) and a regional population of just over 20,000. It is well known as the service hub of the northwest region.
Terrace sits in the heart of one of the oldest continuously occupied regions of the world. The First Nations Tsimshian tribes have inhabited Northwest B.C. for over 5000 years.More Info
Kitselas Traditional Territory stretches from the Pacific Ocean on British Columbia’s North Coast, about 200 kilometres inland, to the Skeena River Valley. The majority of Kitselas community members live on three reserves: Gitaus, Kulspai and Endadoon.
Kitsumkalum is a Tsimshian community located just west of Terrace. Traditional territories are located around the Kitsumkalum watershed and along the Skeena River.More Info
Rosswood is a small community of about 150 residents. It is located on the northern tip of the beautiful Kalum Lake, about 40 kilometers North of Terrace, British Columbia.
Thornhill is on the east side of the Skeena River, along Highway 16. Thornhill is an unincorporated community with a population of about 4500.More Info