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The Bella Coola Legal Advocacy Program, under the leadership of its founder, Anne Fletcher, has been nationally recognized for its work.
Firefighters came together on April 22 and 23 to complete the Exterior Operations Level Fire Fighter “Train the Trainer” program
The B.C. government has purchased a used Greek ferry for a reported $12.6M to revive the Port Hardy - Bella Coola direct sailing
After years of defending B.C.’s controversial grizzly trophy hunt, the BC Liberals announced last week that they plan to end the hunt
Xi Xanya Dzam features work by 11 recipients of the BC Lifetime Creative Achievement Awards for First Nations Art
Researchers with the Hakai Institute are backing up Heiltsuk oral history with western science
It seems there are no shortages of adventurers coming through Bella Coola these days.
A Globe and Mail article has confirmed that the 445 acre property in Nascall Bay was purchased by billionaire media mogul James Murdoch
There’s a distinct odour wafting from the edge of the Bella Coola River near Tatsquan Creek.
The NDP and Liberals have confirmed their candidates for the North Coast in the upcoming May 9 election.
Admit it: You’ve never heard of the Tweedsmuir Ski Club, one of Canada’s most exclusive operations.
The board of Bella Coola Valley Tourism passed a resolution to support the Coastal First Nations in their ban on of trophy hunting
Wally Webber was elected for a third term as Chief Councilor of the Nuxalk Nation last week
Tania and Martina Halik squeezed out every drop of their first real taste of civilization in 50 days here in Bella Coola.
Rita Svisdahl, Krista Gunderson and Robyn Willis are the faces of Dog Town Bella Coola
Candidates for the Nuxalk Chief and Council were confirmed last week.
The Hagensborg Waterworks District held its first of a series of promised public meetings last week
This fall Dawn Wilson graduated from UBC’s NITEP (Indigenous Teacher Education Program) along with six other Heiltsuk women
A grizzly cub that died in the Bella Coola townsite was suffering from a parasite known as Sarcocystis caninum.
The CCCS, established over a decade ago, has overcome some significant challenges in its quest to bring the Bella Coola Valley online