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First Nation business mixes cultural components with wildlife excursions
School will host graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 15 at 2 p.m.
“It’s all designed around risky play and having fun.”
‘Character Matters’ project produced by Grade 6 students in Abbotsford
“Remember, a lot of people that come here are seeing the ocean for the very first time.”
Grand prize money would help with costs of 10-year-old daughter’s spinal surgery
Tofino local recalls “a lot of trepidation”
Residents are able to get a glimpse into the daily life of a bald eagle
As the scene of the only direct attack on Canadian soil, Tofino-Ucluelet was deeply affected by WWII
‘Opportunity to say goodbye to First United’ set for Sunday
A week’s worth of bicycle-based festivities will run from May 27 to June 2.
Tours will be running May 25 and 26, departing at 10 a.m. from the Tofino Clayoquot Heritage Museum.
The BC SPCA holds an adult cat adoption promotion
“I did it for the children and for the love of the sport.”
Surfrider Pacific Rim is pushing for an ocean friendly, plastic-free, peninsula.
“We recommend that pets are kept inside the vehicle in a secured crate or restrained with a dog seatbelt.”
Results will help understand the impact of human disturbance on Tofino’s migratory bird populations.
It’s as simple as logging on to www.WesterlyNews.ca/contests to get started.
Publisher Peter McCully awarded a “Silver Quill” for 25 years service in the newspaper industry.
The community rocked its fourth annual High Ground Hike and Emergency Preparedness Fair on April 27.