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Hotel Zed staff and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations hereditary Chiefs and elders gather for a meal at Roar restaurant on June 10. (Blushing Bride Studio photo)

Hotel Zed Tofino hosts ceremony for hereditary chiefs

“We are grateful to the Nuu-Chah-Nulth peoples for allowing us to be on their land”

 

Hotel Zed Tofino has won a Vancouver Island Real Estate Board Commercial Building Award. (Westerly file photo)

Hotel Zed Tofino wins commercial building award

Vancouver Island Real Estate Board holds virtual gala.

 

Hotel Zed in Tofino. (Westerly file photo)

Tofino council opposes new liquor licence for Hotel Zed

Liquor primary licence application looks like a long shot for Tofino’s newest hotel.

Hotel Zed in Tofino. (Westerly file photo)
Hotel Zed Tofino is offering free rooms to First Nations members and frontline workers wanting to self-isolate due to COVID-19. (Westerly file photo)
Hotel Zed Tofino is offering free rooms to First Nations members and frontline workers wanting to self-isolate due to COVID-19. (Westerly file photo)
Hotel Zed in Tofino is seeking a new liquor licence that would allow service until 2 a.m. (Andrew Bailey photo)

Concerns pour in as Tofino’s Hotel Zed requests new liquor licence

Hotel Zed hopes to score a liquor licence that would allow service from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Hotel Zed in Tofino is seeking a new liquor licence that would allow service until 2 a.m. (Andrew Bailey photo)
A one-bedroom unit at the Shangri-La in Vancouver is up on Craigslist for just $1 – but there’s a catch. (Craigslist)

A world-class Shangri-La condo in Vancouver for just $1? There’s just one catch

It’s a luxury unit in the heart of Vancouver, what could go wrong?

A one-bedroom unit at the Shangri-La in Vancouver is up on Craigslist for just $1 – but there’s a catch. (Craigslist)
Is this the future or the past? Marketing VP Trina Notman and Hotel Zed Tofino GM Britt Chalmers lean on the hood of a 1970s Kingswood Estate Chevy. (Nora O’Malley photo)

Hotel Zed opens in Tofino

Tofino’s newest resort is a 1970s time capsule

Is this the future or the past? Marketing VP Trina Notman and Hotel Zed Tofino GM Britt Chalmers lean on the hood of a 1970s Kingswood Estate Chevy. (Nora O’Malley photo)
Crystal Cove Beach Resort has been named Tripadvisors top family resort in Canada for the second year in a row. (Photo from Tripadvisor.ca)

Tofino’s Crystal Cove crowned top family destination for second year in a row

TripAdvisor has announced the recipients of its Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best awards.

Crystal Cove Beach Resort has been named Tripadvisors top family resort in Canada for the second year in a row. (Photo from Tripadvisor.ca)
Naden Abenes was laid off from her jobs as a room attendant at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver when the pandemic hit. She now worries about what will happen when government assistance ends. (Kendra Crighton/News Staff)

Laid-off B.C. hotel workers begin hunger strike demanding job protection

Laid-off workers not sure what they’ll do when government support programs end

Naden Abenes was laid off from her jobs as a room attendant at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver when the pandemic hit. She now worries about what will happen when government assistance ends. (Kendra Crighton/News Staff)
Tofino mayor Josie Osborne hopes residents and visitors will be kind to one another as the community navigates through the reopening of the tourist economy in June. (District of Tofino photo)

Tofino mayor urges “kindness” as tourism reopens

“Health and safety matters to everyone.”

Tofino mayor Josie Osborne hopes residents and visitors will be kind to one another as the community navigates through the reopening of the tourist economy in June. (District of Tofino photo)
This closed sign at Black Rock Resort will be removed on June 15 as the West Coast is preparing to welcome tourists back next month. (Andrew Bailey photo)

Resorts in Tofino and Ucluelet prepare to reopen in June

“We need to get the tourist economy in our communities back up and running.”

This closed sign at Black Rock Resort will be removed on June 15 as the West Coast is preparing to welcome tourists back next month. (Andrew Bailey photo)