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In lieu of school, how does $40 a day sound? That’s the offer Finance Minister Mike de Jong put on the table for B.C. parents last month.
When Al Fontaine rolled into town in his $300 car nearly 15 years ago he had little but the clothes on his back and some pocket money.
As events continue to unravel at the Mt. Polley mine, the scale of the disaster is only beginning to be felt.
Locals gathered at the Bella Coola Valley Inn last weekend for an evening of food, ferry talk, and fun.
Latham Mack has been working hard to hone his craft and establish himself in the market.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has given his approval to Enbridge’s controversial Northern Gateway pipeline project.
The Tsilhqot’in Nation has won a historic case that has the potential to silence an ongoing debate: what is the meaning of ‘title’?
Adam Olsen, the interim leader of the BC Green Party, was in Bella Coola last week as part of a meet-and-greet tour.
The rotating strike schedule is now entering its second week. Schools on the Central Coast are closed on Friday, June 6.
At one time or another, linguist Dale McCreery has been fluent in 14 dialects.
Kyson Siwallace is being honoured with a photo in his memory, which will be hung in the hospital corridor.
‘Arctic Air’ star Adam Beach joins 13th annual Walk of Hope
CFL player JR LaRose inspires local youth with personal tale of triumph
Rainforest Runners hit the trail in Bella Coola - everyone welcome!
Community celebrates eulachon with Sputc Ceremony on the banks of the Bella Coola
Central Coast First Nation wins victory in fight over herring fishery
Chilcotin area closed for 13 years reopens for spring grizzly hunt
Nuxalk, Bella Coola Community Forests collaborate to increase economic opportunities
Conservation and industry reach agreement on protecting old growth in the Great Bear
BC government not backing down from BC Ferries cuts despite strong opposition