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Critics of the BC government’s “Nimpkish Solution” to the financial woes of BC Ferries are not at all surprised by traveler responses
You might have noticed a recent change on Highway 20.
As a cost-cutting measure, this summer’s “Nimpkish Solution” has failed dismally.
Kamloops resident Kevin Ortner forces a glum smile as the MV Nimpkish sounds her horn and pulls away from the Bella Coola wharf
BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone is concerned about passenger complaints regarding their MV Nimpkish experiences this summer.
The MV Nimpkish will continue to ply the waters of the Discovery Coast “Connector” through the 2015 tourist season and beyond.
Midway through the 2014 tourist season, tourism businesses along Highway 20 from end to end are hurting.
Bella Coola Valley Tourism’s Visitor Info Booth (VIB) is now open for the summer, 10 – 4 Monday to Saturday.
As one delegate put it: “We don’t want handouts: We want to be part of the solution”.
Bella Coola Community protests ferry cuts with rally at the wharf
‘Word in the Valley’ hosted by the Bella Coola Valley Arts Council
Bella Coola Little Theatre Guild celebrates 50 years
Stone carver gifts Nuxalk Nation with eagle carving
Save the Discovery Coast Ferry rally planned for March 15
Acwsalcta SEAS program visits Creekside Studio in Hagensborg
Willing hands help with first ever ‘Stop of Interest’
‘Stop of Interest’ a first for the Bella Coola Valley
A sign of changing times at the Art House in Hagensborg
More Signs of the Times at the Art House in Hagensborg
“U-Fire Raku” coming to the Art House this Sunday in Hagensborg