Andrew Bailey

COVID-19: Tla-o-qui-aht artist finds ‘wonderful moments’ in isolation

Hjalmer Wenstob can’t remember the last time he’s felt so connected to his family or his art.

COVID-19: Brendan Morrison cuts line on 2020’s Tofino Saltwater Classic

Former Vancouver Canuck says philanthropic fishing derby placed on Long Term Injured Reserve

Tofino plans ‘pop up’ outdoor dining area to support local restaurants

Council endorses plan to transform RV parking lot into ‘al fresco’ park.

Ucluelet officially cancels Ukee Days festival

“We’ve been dragging our feet on this decision for a while,” said Ucluelet mayor Mayco Noel.

Tofino pumps brakes on summer shuttles

“I think this is a responsible decision to make, especially going into the early parts of the summer”

Ucluelet’s Wild Pacific Trail ventures online to inspire self-isolators

“Because of COVID-19, we could not do in-person naturalist programs.”

Tofino restaurateur pays landlord’s generosity forward to Hospital Foundation

Coronavirus pandemic cancels foundation’s largest annual fundraiser

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve issues wolf advisory

Frequent sightings reported around Long Beach area.

Tofino mayor urges “kindness” as tourism reopens

“Health and safety matters to everyone.”

UPDATED: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve welcomes visitors back

The Park Reserve shut down on March 18 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Resorts in Tofino and Ucluelet prepare to reopen in June

“We need to get the tourist economy in our communities back up and running.”

Chris Lowther becomes Tofino’s second Poet Laureate

“It’s very encouraging and it’s motivating and that’s the greatest gift any writer can receive.”

District of Tofino slashes spending and taxation due to COVID-19

Expected tax increase transformed into 19 per cent decrease.

Tofino fisher delivers big donation to volunteer firefighters

“There are a lot of people without work right now.”

Wolf fights dog in Tofino, prompting warning from WildSafeBC coordinator

“It took the owner intervening to break up the scrap and chase the wolf off.”

Ucluelet’s food bank bursting with generosity as COVID-19 increases need

Ucluelet’s generosity is shining through the economic chaos created by the coronavirus pandemic.

West Coast leaders plead with tourists to stay away from Tofino-Ucluelet over May-long and thank businesses for staying closed

The West Coast won’t be rolling out its usual red carpet to tourists this Victoria Day.