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Less than five cases of the mumps virus have been reported in the Tofino-Ucluelet area.
School will host graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 15 at 2 p.m.
“Hopefully the kids will take advantage of it.”
“The program is designed for leadership development, and these guys are shining.”
“We’re here to make a difference.”
Visit the exhibit until March 17 and cast your vote for your favourite work of art.
Students develop company ‘Wild Coasters’
Participants get a chance to win a cycle tour in Sicily, Italy.
Community invited to cheer Class of 2018 at June 16 event
“We have lots of resources and giveaways, whether it’s for camping or for coastal safety.”
“It was the first time I ever done it so I thought it was pretty fun.”
Tofino General Hospital Foundation (TGHF) receives more than $375,000
Student learn what happens to our recycling once it gets picked up from the curb.
“If I didn’t live here, I wouldn’t be able to know so many lively and caring people.”
Class to present on trip to Montreal and Quebec City in Ucluelet on June 19 and Tofino on June 20.
Mike Rhodes' 18th season as the school’s wrestling coach look like it will be a rebuilding one.
“What they showed at the end of this year was that they could compete with the best Single-A teams in the province."
"I need people who want to come and work with our kids who actually can speak the language.”
School will host graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 11 at 2 p.m.
A Ucluelet councillor wants Civic Studies to be taught in local classrooms.