Tania Dick is the first aboriginal graduate of the Nurse Practitioner program at the University of B.C.
The Port Alberni Port Authority (PAPA) is working toward plans to transport Liquefied Natural Gas through the Alberni Inlet, and PAPA just took a small step toward that goal with funding for a feasibility...
VANCOUVER ISLAND, BC – Summer time brings sunny weather, longer days and more time spent outside.
TELUS warns of phone scam
TELUS urging customers to not give out personal information
Vancouver, B.C. – TELUS is warning Canadians about a surge in a common phone scam.
You may not know this, but the Uchucklesaht Tribe Government has had a unique way of keeping an eye on the numbers of fish that move between Henderson Lake and Uchucklesaht Inlet.
Louisa Olebar, a Kyuquot First Nation grandmother and life-long U.S. resident, is warning cross-border travellers to make sure their status cards are current.
Olebar became stranded in Canada for...
Today the B.C. Court of Appeal reaffirmed its earlier major legal ruling recognizing the commercial fishing rights of Nuu-chah-nulth Nations.
COURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
Elders from several Vancouver Island communities arrived at Maht Mahs June 26 to take part in the Island Elders’ Luncheon hosted by Tseshaht First Nation.
The Council of Ha’wiih has set up a committee to consider what to do about the decline of the herring spawn in the ha’houlthee (chiefly lands) of the hereditary chiefs of the West Coast of Vancouver Island...
Immaculate Basil – known as Mackie Basil, born Dec. 8, 1985 was last seen on June 14 by a forestry worker around Grand Rapids (Kuzche Reserve #5)- the Leo Tanizul fsr.
From November 2013 to January 2014, Port Alberni will once again be hosting a group of 18 Canada World Youth (CWY) volunteers from Vietnam and across Canada.
Alberni Wrestling never does anything half way and their 2013 Summer Wrestling Camps are another example. The local powerhouse program hosts their annual Kids Camp July 2-4 and their Elite Camp July 4-7....
The family of missing Lisa Marie Young invites everyone to join them in a walk June 30 to remember the missing young woman.
Local RCMP are enforcing the No Parking bylaw on Tofino’s First Street Dock following a public complaint about the congestion.
First Street Dock is a hub at which freight is moved and is also a...
Ahtsik Native Art Gallery
Date: June 21st 2013
Time: 10:30am – 5pm
Erich Glendale – Kwakwaka’wakw Carver
Randy Atleo – Ahousat Carver
Tim Paul –...
More than 40 Nuu-chah-nulth post-secondary graduates and scholarship winners were recognized at a celebration hosted by the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council’s Education Department at the Alberni Athletic Hall...
Staff of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council’s Quu?asa Program were busy flipping burgers and serving up picnic food to dozens of Port Alberni’s less privileged people.
More than 37 aboriginal students are graduating from Alberni District Secondary School, the most in the school’s history, principal Mike Ruttan said.
A young woman with ties to both Tla-o-qui-aht and Hesquiaht First Nations has earned a pair of prestigious scholarships to help reach her goal of becoming a physician in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Nuu-chah-nulth Nations were well represented among the 42 graduates of the Vast and Choices Distributed Learning programs who were celebrated at the Capitol Theatre on the evening of June 13.
Last week on June 5 to 7, the Federal Court of Canada heard oral arguments from the Hupacasath First Nation and the Harper Government on Hupacasath’s legal action regarding the Canada-...
Rosie Marsden from Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council will be at Laichwiltach Family Life Society, 441 4th Ave., in Campbell River on June 11th, 2013 between 1:00 – 4:00 to issue status cards. The cost...