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Council axed this proposed food truck setting during their April 25 regular council meeting.

Neighbourhood concerns kill proposed food truck in Ucluelet

“It just seems like a lot more than a mobile vendor to me.”

Council axed this proposed food truck setting during their April 25 regular council meeting.
Coun. Sally Mole, left and mayor Dianne St. Jacques attended an open house hosted by Scott Stewart on April 15. Stewart is hoping to bring a new food truck to town and held the event to answer questions the community has about the project. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

Ucluelet locals chew on proposed food truck idea

“Communication is so important when it comes to these kinds of changes in a community.”

Coun. Sally Mole, left and mayor Dianne St. Jacques attended an open house hosted by Scott Stewart on April 15. Stewart is hoping to bring a new food truck to town and held the event to answer questions the community has about the project. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)
This rendering shows what the Blue Room’s new roof seating will likely look like after Ucluelet's municipal council gave their nod of approval during their last regular meeting.

Rooftop patio coming to Ucluelet restaurant

“As tourism continues to grow in the community, everybody complains about the parking."

This rendering shows what the Blue Room’s new roof seating will likely look like after Ucluelet's municipal council gave their nod of approval during their last regular meeting.
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Kelsey and Luciano Rinaldi stormed last year’s job fair in their best business attire.

Ucluelet to host West Coast Job Fair

“The Job Expo will offer an opportunity for job seekers to meet employers in person."

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Kelsey and Luciano Rinaldi stormed last year’s job fair in their best business attire.
Picnic Charcuterie owner Tina Windsor

Tofino’s Picnic Charcuterie slices into SBBC’s top five

“You don’t really change peoples’ minds by yelling at them. It’s always just by leading by example and being true to what your values are."

Picnic Charcuterie owner Tina Windsor
No longer responsible for the Pacific Rim Visitor Centre’s operations

Ucluelet’s chamber of commerce needs support

“They’re the group that can stand up and make a difference for you.”

No longer responsible for the Pacific Rim Visitor Centre’s operations

Telus buys Mascon

“There are no plans to increase prices, and it’s business as usual in terms of operations during the transition."

Cermaq is investing in the educational pursuit’s of Ahousaht’s Maaqtusiis graduates.

Cermaq awards Ahousaht scholarships

"We have an opportunity to help them and it feels good doing it."

Cermaq is investing in the educational pursuit’s of Ahousaht’s Maaqtusiis graduates.
Tina Windsor’s local meat shop has earned the love of Tofino thanks to a keen focus on ethical and local practices.

Tofino charcuterie stakes claim to Small Business B.C. top ten list

"It felt really good and it solidified the fact that we are very much supported by our community.”

Tina Windsor’s local meat shop has earned the love of Tofino thanks to a keen focus on ethical and local practices.