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“We’re all dropping off kids and it’s frightening the speed that everybody’s going through there.”
“We’re super excited to be moving into the new space,” Cpl. Stu Hert told the Westerly News.
“Our journey, our choice, our future. That is what we as a Maa-nulth Treaty Nation have taken on.”
Tofino Harvest Company earns two-year permit for town’s first commercial cannabis production facility
Retail cannabis in Tofino beginning to shake out as council continues to grind through process.
A B.C. history buff created the flag in the ’80s, 100 years after it was ordered
Nomination meeting took place June 15 at Hupacasath Hall in Port Alberni
Conservation officer says person lucky after animal hit by car in record year for bear encounters
Fish farms were boarded under the authority of the Tla-o-qui-aht Hereditary Chief Ray Seitcher.
43-year-old man from the Comox area has since been charged with multiple offences
Seasonal adjustments to sailing times also in effect on many routes
“If you give those things half a chance, they will go to the ‘nth degree’ to get up those rivers.”
The crash knocked out power to the community from 6:44-10:01 p.m
“We have a shared concern, a dream and a hope to see salmon farms removed.”
“I don’t think is in the best interest of this community.”
Canada will ban single-use plastics as early as 2021
Fire burning in dense forest and mountainous terrain
Construction will begin in June and is expected to be complete by the spring of 2020.
Island Health cautions that process can take over seven years
The Vancouver-raised, 66-year-old writer said she feels she still has work to do to master her craft