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Christmas is about to begin knocking down your door so it’s the perfect chance to knock on the doors of some our many local businesses.
Trudeau outlined the directive in a mandate letter to Canada's transport minister, Marc Garneau, on Friday.
Remembrance Day services were held once again the Valley last week with a focus on local veterans.
Erin Smith’s symptoms crept up on her. Family and friends noticed something was amiss with the young woman in her mid-thirties
The staff of Bella Coola’s BC Service Centre were honoured with a special Community Leadership Award from the Kidney Foundation of Canada
As the election results rolled in it was very obvious that Canadians wanted change, and they got it.
October 1 marked the opening of B.C.’s controversial grizzly bear hunt
CCRD Area C Director Alison Sayers is now holding the region’s first-ever seat on the Union of British Columbia Municipalities.
The sun was shining brightly as the colourful image of the first woman to touch the earth, Ista, was pulled to her intended home
Pop star Miley Cyrus visited the small community of Klemtu last week to speak out against B.C.’s controversial wolf cull
Clayton Stoner is facing five charges under the Wildlife Act for a spring grizzly bear hunt near Bella Coola in 2013.
The first Canadian and First Nations woman to win Mrs. Universe is using her new fame to urge aboriginal people in Canada to vote
Scallop fisherman Kou Sasaki, of Ofunato, Japan, crossed the Pacific Ocean last week to arrive in the tiny village of Klemtu
The crisis of Syrian refugees hit home for many B.C. residents as the aunt of the young boy who drowned lives in B.C.
“Ista” is the name of the first Nuxalk woman, as well as the place and Smayusta (creation story) that relate her to Tatau, the Creator.
The Nuxalk Nation hosted an informative Nan (Grizzly Bear) and T’la (Black Bear) Day at the Nuxalk Hall last week.
The Pacific Grizzly is underwater and the cause of her demise is still being investigated.
At approximately 5pm last night, local fishermen noticed the boat was listing heavily.
National Geographic runs feature story on loss of eulachon
It seems as though some things are just meant to be.