Caitlin Thompson

Bella Coola grateful for help from Canadian Animal Assistance Team

Over two hundred animals received assistance from the team

Local artist Sesyaz Saunders’ art on display at YVR

Saunders worked with renowned artist Robert Davidson on a large panel

Community celebrates arrival of Northern Sea Wolf

BC Ferries hosted a jam-packed Open House to welcome the ship into service

Sailings filling up on Northern Sea Wolf

There is a strong demand for the service

Two Nuxalk artists awarded YVR Art Foundation scholarships

Several Nuxalk artists have won the award, some more than once

Freddy’s Restaurant open for business in Bella Coola

The restaurant opened on May 7 at noon

Wildfire on Sawmill Road now under control

The fire was located behind the post office on Sawmill Road

Bella Coola heading into a week of hot weather

The province has yet to impose any fire restrictions in the local area

Wildfire burning in Hagensborg

The fire is located behind the post office on Sawmill Road

Parks staff concerned with amount of garbage collected in Tweedsmuir Park

The majority of the garbage is alcohol cans, collected over a four month period by local residents

No local airline a problem for Central Coast travelers

The closure of Bella Coola Air in the summer of 2017 has left a gaping hole in local air services

Lobelco Hall to receive a new roof this spring

The project was made possible by a substantial community donations and outside grant funding

Brain cancer survivor shares story of hope during Cancer Awareness Month

Jordan Carbery, 49, survived brain cancer and has been cancer free for 19 years

Nuslhiixwta – A Place of Treasures – holds its first Apcwakm – Uplifting Ceremoney

The organization provides family support and pregnancy outreach services for the Valley

BC Ferries confirms Northern Sea Wolf ready for summer season

The plan is to have the Northern Sea Wolf assume the mid-coast service as of May 18

Bella Coola Adventist School faces closure due to lack of students

The school needs several more students to stay open for the remainder of this year and into next

Owner offers $25,000 reward for information in 2015 sinking of Pacific Grizzly

The Pacific Grizzly went down in the Bella Coola Harbour in 2015

Grouse Mountain’s resident bears, Coola and Grinder, wake up from hibernation

The two grizzlies have been living on Grouse Mountain for 18 years.

Public asked to be aware of scammers posing as Canada Revenue Agency

Scammers posing as Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) employees continue to contact Canadians

UPDATED: Bella Coola Harbour Board president clarifies DFO funding announcement

The press release is simply reiterating confirmed funding from several years ago, not adding more.