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Community near Ucluelet must replace roughly $2.4 million of infrastructure within 20 years.
“Once you get into that dead zone, you’re just in the abyss.”
“We had some wonderful, really engaged visitors,” said curator Laura Griffith Cochrane.
“I’m thankful that the residents on the Coast are allowing this process to continue on.”
“Of course it’s disappointing. It’s one of my favourite community events.”
Residents help release charismatic critters on Dec. 7.
“It’s like a family reunion. It’s nice to see the locals’ faces.”
“We are just fine thanks, put the money into our children’s education.”
“I’m one of those ones where I’m really tenacious and I don’t like letting people down.”
“Midnight Madness to me is so awesome because it’s locals supporting locals.”
“The private market cannot solve this problem. If it could, it would have. I really believe that.”
The definition of what a student dormitory is has long vexed residents, district staff and council.
The outage is not expected to impact Tofino or the Ucluelet First Nation community of Hitacu.
“I’m enjoying getting to know all the teachers and staff.”
West Coast commuters are facing delays Tuesday morning.
“We’re on call for anything and everything on the water.”
“Ahousaht has always been a willing participant to save anyone who is in distress in our territory.”
Shannon Boothman fears Itska has been taken off Vancouver Island after sighting at Nanaimo ferry.
Michael Poole is selling the roughly 20-acre property.
District office currently working through $60 million sewage treatment plant