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Welcome to Ha-Shilth-Sa, Canada's Oldest First Nation's Paper

Welcome to Ha-Shilth-Sa, Canada's Oldest First Nation's Paper

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Environment

Whale experts say chances are good for young orca to reunite with family pod

Jun 12, 2024

It has been more than a month since the last confirmed sighting of the orphaned orca…

Environment, Fisheries

Salmon fishing closures in effect around B.C. to protect southern resident killer whales

Jun 11, 2024

Management measures by the federal government have been announced to protect southern resident…

Housing, Homelessness

Nuu-chah-nulth woman moves from Port Alberni after mass eviction of Port Pub Hotel

Jun 10, 2024

Hurt, angry, scared. That is how Cic John, 49, of Ehattesaht/Ahousaht said she felt when she…

Environment

‘Come with us’: Expedition explores new ocean floor developments at Juan de Fuca Ridge

Jun 10, 2024

On Wednesday, June 6, Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) and Ocean Exploration Trust departed from…

Environment, Tourism

Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the official completion of the 40-km West Coast Multi-Use Path

Jun 10, 2024

It was an all-hands-on-deck effort to finish the 1.2-kilometre missing link between the Pacific…

An ancient Douglas Fir lies in the Nahmint Valley, south of Sproat Lake. (Eric Plummer photo)
Forestry

Annual cut in TFL 46 drops, as volumes show a decline in old growth logging

Jun 7, 2024

The annual allowable cut has been lowered for an area of forest that includes the fiercely…

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