Caitlin Thompson

Local basketball star Annika Parr selected as alternate for Team BC’s U14 squad

Parr is excited about the possibility of playing in Halifax

Hagensborg Water District ratepayers vote to dissolve district

In a close vote of 68 to 63, ratepayers have chosen to dissolve the water district

Bella Coola residents rely on food bank support

Your volunteers at the food bank work year-round, but are especially busy at Christmas

Acwalscta students take on Spirit North bike race

Spirit North is an athletics program that aims to engage First Nations youth in sports

Family pole begins long journey home

The pole is one of three that were taken from the Talyu village area during the potlatch ban

New Youth Centre now open downtown

The Youth Centre, located on the townsite reserve, is open to all Valley youth

Bella Coola enjoys successful 2019 tourism season

The addition of the Northern Sea Wolf saw a big boost in this year’s tourism numbers

CCRD attends annual UBCM conference

Ocean Falls, health care, and transportation all brought forth

Bella Coola welcomes new Emergency Management Coordinator

Jessica Miller started her new position last week

SAMS students participate in Climate Change strike

SAMS students joined millions of people around the globe who walked out of school and work today

COS urges compliance in wake of province-wide drive for enforcement

The COS has undertaken a province-wide project focused on enforcement as well as education.

Nuxalk Nation installs traditional stop signs

The signs are intended to encourage daily use of the language

Nuxalk Nation pursuing hydro project

Bella Coola relies on diesel all year round, and its usage is very high during the winter months

Hagensborg Water District receives $3.8M in funding

At present there is no treatment system in place, resulting in a standing boil water advisory

Sailings filling up on Northern Sea Wolf

Multiple communities feeling positive effects of new ferry service

Bella Coola Makerspace hosts Open House

Located beside the Hagensborg Post Office, the facility is open Wednesday and Friday from 1pm-8pm

BC Parks unveils new signage in Tweedsmuir Park

The signs feature the cultural and historical history of the area

No delivery services hard on local families

New parents Candace Knudsen and Bjorn Samuelsen spent five weeks away from home

Historic declaration signed between hereditary and elected leadership

The agreement was six years in the making

Bella Coola grateful for help from Canadian Animal Assistance Team

Over two hundred animals received assistance from the team