Community Feedback Event

There will be  Community Feedback Event on Sunday April 2nd at the Ken Trombley Memorial Arena from 2-7pm hosted by UBC Community Planning. The group is working with Dr. Peter Newbery and Sandra Harris on how to improve transportation to/from the future Upper Skeena Recreation Centre, as well as how the centre can make an […]

Construction Manager At-Risk Awarded Contract

In May of this year, the Owners Partnership Committee decided to pursue the Construction Manager at Risk project delivery method; a prequalification process was completed, followed by the issuance of a Request for Proposal to prequalified firms. The evaluation team’s decision was unanimous in selecting Yellowridge Construction Ltd., of Port Moody, B.C., for the position of […]

Youth in the Hazeltons Play Hockey With Canucks

Young athletes in Hazelton were excited to learn that Canucks alumni Dave Babych, Kirck Mclean and Jyrki Lumme were coming to visit, donate equipment and skate with them during Hockey Day in Hazelton as part of Canucks Learn to Play. The Canucks Learn to Play is part of an initiative developed by the NHL and […]

The governments of Canada and British Columbia fund new Upper Skeena Recreation Centre

Having safe, creative and welcoming gathering spaces where people can come together for educational, recreational and social events is critical for the health and well-being of Canadians. Community centres allow families and friends to support each other, share experiences and enjoy the quality of life that middle-class Canadians want and expect. The governments of Canada […]