Caitlin Thompson

First residents move into Nuxalk Nation’s tiny homes

Four of the tiny homes are now complete and residents have moved in

Nuxalk Teams exhibit strong showing in 60th All Native in Prince Rupert

Teams played hard and came home proud

Longe sentenced for manslaughter in death of Malcom Tallio

Longe was originally charged with second degree murder

Local girl raises thousands for Variety Children’s Charity

Challaine was recognized last month by Evonne Lau of Variety Children’s Charity

Phoenix Spirit Cafe opens in downtown Bella Coola

Regulars have sorely missed their watering hole. They are much happier now.

Local animals to receive care from Canadian Animal Assistance Team

Over 1300 animals have been sent out to shelters from Bella Coola in under ten years

Nuxalk Nation to head to the polls March 17

There are four candidates running for Chief and 25 for Council

Cold weather on the way for Bella Coola this weekend

According to Environment Canada this weekend will bring nightime lows of - 18 degrees by late Sunday

Nuxalk Hereditary Chiefs issue letter in opposition to gold prospecting

The letter, dated January 18, is addressed to Goliath Resources Ltd.

“Ocean Falls – After the Whistle” now available at Kopas Store

Over the course of its life over seventy thousand people lived in Ocean Falls

Ferry connecting Port Hardy and Bella Coola expected to set sail this summer

Its first in-service route will sail in central coast waters on May 18, 2019.

“Potent storm” expected to bring strong winds to central, north coast

A deep low pressure system is set to reach Vancouver Island and the central coast by Friday evening.

BC Parks Student Ranger Program accepting applications for 2019 season

12 crews of four student rangers will work in regions throughout the province including Bella Coola.

Local MLA highlights province’s contributions to local government in 2018

Contributions to CCRD total over $500,000

Mining company prospecting for gold near Bella Coola

Gold discovered in alpine areas where glaciers are receding

New Year’s baby born in Prince George to Bella Coola couple

Nezaya Mack was born to parents Kim Mack and Chris Nelson - weighing in at seven pounds, 10 ounces.

Nuslhiixwta – A Place of Treasures – celebrates new name

After months of thought and deliberation, Healthy Beginnings now has a new name.

Thorsen Creek Transfer Station and Recycling Depot celebrates Grand Opening

Last Saturday saw the “official” opening of the new Thorsen Creek Transfer Station and Recycling Depot

BC Ferries reveals Northern Sea Wolf artwork

Local artist Danika Naccaerella was on hand last week at the Victoria unveiling of her artwork

Nuxalk Nation signs Memorandum of Understanding with Industry Training Authority

This is the first MoU the ITA has signed with a First Nations college.