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Nude bungy jumpers stretch annual Vancouver Island event to record heights

More than 100 take the plunge for the BC Schizophrenia Society at WildPlay Nanaimo

Tofino to ban plastic bags, set minimum charge for paper and reusable bags

Town says minimum pricing aims to avoid excessive rebound to paper and reusable bags

Tofino casts bylaw banning plastic bags and straws

Tofino and Ucluelet’s war on plastics rages on.

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Hands Across the Sand 2019
Honourable Lisa Beare announces changes to RMI funding in Tofino
Tribal Parks 35th anniversary celebration
Mass funerals begin after deadly Sri Lanka attacks

Stolen hamburger returned to B.C. restaurant with side of shame

Misunderstanding leads to removal of sizable ornamental sandwich

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event

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.

Ucluelet Scouts need volunteer help

The 1st Ucluelet Scouts are searching for new volunteer recruits so they…

Unplowed Roads parody song destined to be a classic

Move over Weird Al, Island elementary students on the same level

Farm and Garden Show coming to Tofino

Greenthumbs unite at the Tofino Botanical Gardens from Feb. 22-24.

Lost a ring? This B.C. man will find it for you

Chris Turner founded The Ring Finders, an international directory of metal detector hobbyists

A Ucluelet-Tofino love story

Honeymoon on the high seas.

  • Feb 14, 2019

Tofino and Ucluelet are popular spots for weddings and proposals

When the sun strikes the sand of a West Coast beach, that’s amore.

Tofino and Ucluelet schools closed on Tuesday due to icy roads

“Although there was not as much snow as predicted, the roads are still very slippery in some areas.”

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.”

Community funding opportunities open up for local nonprofits

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

Blind B.C. artist uses fingers for creative vision

Shuswap art studio helps people with special needs express themselves

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.”