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COS encourages proactive approach during local bear season
The Nuxalk Nation’s first Housing Symposium will be held on June 17 and 18, 2015 at the Nuxalk Hall.
The Hagensborg Water District held their Annual General Meeting on Thursday, April 23, at the Hagensborg Fire Hall.
Historian looking for Bella Coola’s Norwegian descendants for new book
Members of the Heiltsuk Nation did not give up their fight over what they called an “unsustainable kill-fishery” of herring
It was a light-hearted celebration on the banks of the Bella Coola last week.
Citing a lack of community buy-in and negative feedback, the HWD is considering shelving a controversial online shopping program.
Hundreds of people gathered in the small community of Alert Bay last week to witness a symbolic end to a dark period of Canadian history
The tiny community of Ocean Falls has experienced a large landslide in the exact same place as the fatal event 50 years ago.
The Snxlhh Transition House is gearing up to host a group of exciting guests from March 20 – 21, 2015.
A report issued last week by the Mount Polley Review Panel concluded that the tailings pond was built on an unstable foundation.
Last month’s shocking murders in Anahim Lake have resulted in six charges being laid against four men and two women.
DubLi’s website describes it as a “shopping and entertainment portal.”
Local artist selected for prestigious lifetime achievement award
Christmas is just around the corner and there is no better excuse to hit up your local businesses.
Five candidates met the community head-on last week at the CMNews-sponsored All Candidates Forum held at Lobelco Hall.
A grizzly bear shot downtown last week has once again brought the issue of human-wildlife conflicts to the forefront.
Local elections are once again upon us and the Notice of Nominations are now open.
A lawyer and legal historian by trade, Swanky has worked for over 10 years on what he calls a 'detective story.'
Local artist and entrepreneur Tahirih Goffic has transformed the former Coast Mountain News office into an amazingly engaging place.