Nora O'Malley

Surfrider Pacific Rim sets up shop at Ecolodge in Tofino Botanical Gardens

Folks are encouraged to drop in with ideas and join the knowledge sharing hub.

Purchase of barge brings total to five for Wichito Marine Services in Tofino

Local crew spent countless hours restoring the old piece of infrastructure.

Tofino moves to Stage 2 water restrictions

Ucluelet urges community to voluntarily conserve water.

Ucluelet Co-op receives B.C.’s first food waste converter

Green technology turns organic waste into biofuel.

Ongoing Phoenix pay nightmare continues for Parks Canada staff

Protest held at Tofino-Ucluelet Junction at the same time Trudeau takes surf vacation in the area.

WATCH: Pipeline protest outside Justin Trudeau’s Tofino vacation rental

Locals voice their opposition to the federal government’s Kinder Morgan pipeline purchase

UPDATE: Fisheries critic MP Fin Donnelly calls for land-based fish farms

Spokesperson for BC Salmon Farming Association says the move would put the industry out of business.

Florencia beach clean near Tofino draws awesome crowd

Visitors from as far as Hawaii, Philippines, and Venezuela pitch in at Surfrider event.

Tree dancing in Tofino

Aeriosa Vertical Dance soars with nature.

Sweet 16 and still missing

The search for Lisa Marie Young continues 16 years after her disappearance.

LNG export facility plans push on in Barkley Sound

Kwispaa LNG co-managers host info. sessions in Ucluelet, Port Alberni, and Bamfield.

Tofino cyclists raising funds for Pacific Rim Hospice Society

Local riders hope drivers share the road along Pacific Rim Highway journey

Phoenix pay nightmare continues for Parks Canada employee

“No other employer would get away with that, but somehow we’re stuck in the middle.”

Japanese students learn about local forests near Tofino and Ucluelet

“Tokyo has many, many building. Not enough trees and nature.”

Tofino’s first Jazz Festival swings into town this weekend

“I wanted a night of music were you didn’t have to go through fences to access the music.”

Ucluelet’s Edge to Edge runners charge first heat wave of summer

Race director challenges Bear Mountains’ claim as ‘Canada’s Hardest 10k’

Ucluelet Secondary School grads bid adieu

Community invited to cheer Class of 2018 at June 16 event

Crash leaves SUV dangling in Ucluelet parkade

“I asked if the airbag went off, he said no.”