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The April Board of Directors meeting took place on Thursday April 13th at the CCRD office in Bella Coola.
Your elected Hagensborg Water District Trustees met Monday, April 24th.
A compilation of stories that melds both culture and bloodlines is set in the wild and untamed country of the Chilcotin Plateau.
The Hagensborg Water District held a second consultative meeting, Thursday, March 30th.
The Bella Coola Airport will receive $280,525 in funding from the B.C. Air Access Program for airport infrastructure improvements
You don’t have to listen long to grasp the beauty in the blended voices of Western Canadian Music Award winning folk/roots duo Twin Peaks
The Central Coast Regional District is updating its Solid Waste Management Plan
On Wednesday February 1st 2017 Bella Coola RCMP responded to a structure fire
The Province will increase conservation in its world-renowned parks with a new investment of $35 million over the next three years.
The B.C. government released the costs for the Royal Tour 2016
Starting January 14, 2017 the Bella Coola Valley Arts Council Film Series will once a month feature movies at the Legion
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the completion of a multi-staged conservation initiative in BC’s West Chilcotin.
New Democrat leader John Horgan announced a New Democrat government will ban the trophy hunting of grizzly bears in British Columbia.
Property values in the Bella Coola Valley saw very small increases of about four percent in some areas
On Jan. 3, 2017 between 5 and 6 p.m., BC Hydro set a new record for power consumption when demand for electricity peaked
The CCRD Board of Directors appointed Wuikinuxv member Frank Johnson to the vacant Electoral Area A Director position
Have you ever wondered what services the Central Coast Regional District provides or how decisions are made about those services?
The Province of British Columbia has proclaimed October 17- 23, 2016, as Waste Reduction Week
First Nations are developing a conservation-based economy throughout coastal British Columbia
The body of a woman discovered two weeks ago near Bella Coola, B.C., has been identified as that of missing woman Dianne Pootlass.