Caitlin Thompson

Community-based Resource Team getting underway in Bella Coola

The Bella Coola General Hospital is launching a new community-based resource team

Northern Sea Wolf departs from Greece on its way to B.C.

On November 3 the Northern Sea Wolf, departed from the Port of Piraeus in Athens, Greece

Trial underway at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster for Anahim Lake murders

The Supreme Court in New Westminster is currently holding trial for one of the three of the accused

Audit finds habitat loss, not hunting, greatest threat to grizzly bears

The Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia released a new report on October 24

Heiltsuk/Mohawk filmmaker premieres documentary about threat of coastal spills

Zoe Hopkins, a Heiltsuk/Mohawk filmmaker, premiered her film at imagineNATIVE in Toronto last week

Little help available for victims of repeat flooding

New offers of “overland flood insurance” are mostly unattainable for Bella Coola residents

Bella Coola Valley experiencing localized flooding

A combination of rain and snow melt has resulted in flooding in low-lying areas

Danika Naccarella to receive BC Creative Achievement Award

For the past few years Danika Naccarella’s career has been enjoying a steady upward trajectory

Bella Coola economy suffers effects of 2017 wildfire season

The province has spent just $543 million in fighting wildfires so far this year

Coastal First Nations honoured with Grizzly Bear Champion Award

The Grizzly Bear Foundation’s inaugural Grizzly Champion Award went to the Coastal First Nations

New multi-use trail taking shape in Hagensborg

Recreation Sites and Trails BC (RSTBC) is funding a new section of trail in Hagensborg

UBCM latest supporter of NDP abandoned vessel bill

The Bill will fix vessel registration, pilot a vessel turn-in program, and much more.

Trinity Mack brings home silver with Team BC at North American Indigenous Games

Local Nuxalkmc basketball player Trinity Mack took the trip of a lifetime this year

Master carver Alvin Mack completes project for BC Parks

Visitors at Fisheries Pool day use area will soon have a brand new set of doors to welcome them

Nuxalk micro-housing pilot project aims to tackle homelessness

By now most of us have heard of the “tiny homes” movement, but few of us may have ever set foot in one

Nuxalk Volunteer Suicide Response Team walks for World Suicide Prevention Day

It’s a topic that touches so many lives, yet so rarely is openly discussed: suicide.

Residents carry on as Precipice fire threatens homes

There are some people made for life in isolation, and four of them can be found in “the Precipice.”

Northern Sea Wolf to sail Bella Coola – Port Hardy in summer 2018

The newest BC Ferries vessel has a name, a sailing schedule, and a date of June 19, 2018

Phillip Tallio’s lawyers to go ahead with appeal based on “fresh” DNA evidence

The case of convicted murderer Phillip James Tallio continues to receive national media attention.

Kleena Kleene fire forces evacuations and Highway 20 closure

At present crews are based in Nimpo Lake and are watching the fire activity change everyday