Nora O'Malley

Fridays for Future: Tofino youth join global climate change movement

“We’re here to make a difference.”

Ucluelet releases draft Climate Action Plan

Potential opportunity exists to brand town as a ‘low-carbon tourism leader’.

Pacific Football Club takes shape in Tofino

“This is a team for the Island.”

Parks Canada seeks contractors for ʔapsčiik t’ašii (pronounced ‘Ups-cheek ta-shee’) trail

“No relationship is more important to the Government of Canada than the one with Canada’s Indigenous peoples.”

Senior A Basketball: Maaqtusiis girls place third at Island Championships

“I swear the whole gym was probably holding their breath.”

WATCH: ArtSplash! 2019 opens at Black Rock Resort in Ucluelet

Visit the exhibit until March 17 and cast your vote for your favourite work of art.

‘She is the Ocean’ premieres in Tofino

“Every hero in this film has a very beautiful story and a very beautiful soul.”

Lil’ Ronnie opens new Texas-style barbeque joint in Tofino

“I think this is going to be something the West Coast has never seen before.”

West Coast preps for International Women’s Day

“Everyone can be a feminist. It’s not just women.”

Tofino-Ucluelet youth learn how to be CoastSmart

Free CoastSmart App features weather forecasts, tides and beach descriptions.

District of Ucluelet and Yuułuʔiłʔath First Nation announce fire protection agreement

“It’s a fantastic start about helping our neighbours.”

Ucluelet considers Amphitrite Point project

Working plans include safe viewing platforms, revamping the lightkeepers house, and an amphitheater.

Ucluelet Co-op nominated for sustainability award

“We need to take care of where we live and a lot of the members feel the same way.”

VIDEO: New housing in Tofino made from shipping containers

Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations reveal unique housing complex

Community funding opportunities open up for local nonprofits

Clayoquot Biosphere Trust granting streams and Co-op Community Spaces are accepting applications.

Food Bank on the Edge Society asks for new facility

“It’s gonna fall apart soon. It’s in major levels of disrepair.”

Ucluelet Culinary Club in the works

“We are more powerful together as a group than singly trying to get a slice of the pie.”

Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations earn carpentry certification

“They’ve done extremely well with the hands on learning as well as the theory.”

Waterfront glamping resort opens in Tofino

“We want to give guests the maximum zen, quiet, peaceful experience.”

VIDEO: West Coast youth learn the ins and outs of business

Students develop company ‘Wild Coasters’