Caitlin Thompson

$2.5M project underway at BC Ferries terminal in Bella Coola

Construction has started in the $2.5M project to modify the berth at Bella Coola

Alaskan earthquake triggers tsunami warning, evacuations in Bella Coola and Central Coast

Ocean-based tsunami’s “highly unlikely” to affect Bella Coola

Bella Coola to benefit from massive investment in coastal internet

A combined investment of $45.4 million will bring new and updated high-speed internet on the coast

O’Reilly trial scheduled to start January 15 for Anahim Lake murders

O’Reilly is charged with first-degree murder

BC Ferries issues call for First Nations artists for Northern Sea Wolf

A First Nations artist will be chosen to create the artwork for inside the Northern Sea Wolf vessel

BC Government reverses policy; issues total ban on grizzly bear hunting

After hearing from the public and stakeholders, the NDP announced a policy reversal last December

Bella Coola Watershed Conservation provides new signage for local waterways

The Bella Coola Watershed Conservation Society has provided new signage for local creeks

Local freight companies step up to help Dog Town

Santa’s Elves have been busy this year collecting food for animals in need

School District 49 to re-open Nusatsum Elementary in September 2018

SD49 says increasing enrollment is driving its decision to re-open the school

Red Cross funding available to local residents of Bella Coola and Hagensborg

The Red Cross is administering up to $900 in initial funding to help assist Bella Coola Valley residents

Christmas Story Winners Finn Carlson, Sage Grey and Seton Bernier

Read these exceptional entries to the CMNews Annual Christmas Writing Contest

New 28-space daycare centre to open in Hagensborg in 2018

SD 49 will receive $415,698 to create 28 new spaces at the new Hagensborg Daycare Centre

Over thirteen percent of Bella Coola residents rely on Food Bank

Demand for Christmas Hampers up by 45 families this year

Heiltsuk Nation announces plan to establish Indigenous Marine Response Centre

The Heiltusk have since released a report entitled Creating a World-Leading Response Plan

Northern Sea Wolf will carry 35 vehicles, 150 passengers

The Northern Sea Wolf is on its way from its home port in Greece this month

Rescue tow has reached fuel barge in distress off B.C. coast near Bella Bella

The Jake Shearer, a U.S.-owned tug and barge, has dropped anchor in rough water near Goose Island

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