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Crews were working on removing the semi on Saturday morning
Council holds town’s first-ever public meeting conducted entirely through online video app Zoom.
“A lot of this is about togetherness, but it’s also maintaining frameworks.”
DriveBC is reporting that the road is expected to reopen at 5 p.m.
The highway was closed from around noon to 4:50 p.m.
Micah Quindazzi is asking West Coast fishers and ocean observers to lend him their ears.
“We’re missing out on a lot of tourism money right now; a lot. Ukee is going to take a big hit.”
“We are very excited to have Laura join our Financial Services team.”
A new indoor recreation facility looks to have fallen off Tofino’s horizon.
“It’s a palpable feeling for sure and the demonstration of compassion and generosity is overwhelming.”
Plastic straws will now be allowed when requested.
Eight local government leaders sign plea to travellers to stay away from Tofino-Ucluelet region over Easter weekend
“Now is not the time for a surfing, fishing or camping trip.”
Ucluelet mayor Mayco Noel said the ministry’s announcement came as “no surprise.”
Proposal includes 72 units and three duplex townhouses with secondary suites.
Wild Pacific Trail asks for help after nearly $10,000 damage done
“We ask that residents continue to be diligent with handwashing and distancing themselves from others
“We’re really being proactive on this,” Ahousaht Elected Chief Greg Louie.
Schools in Tofino and Ucluelet tentatively scheduled to return after spring break.
West Coast’s Municipal hiring spree continues.
The event was set to return to Tofino-Ucluelet this month.