Coast Mountain News

CCRD receives almost $1 million in funding for local parks; playground rehabilitation

The project includes the rehabilitation of the Walker Island Park and Nusatsum Park playgrounds


Nuxalk Nation receives over $4 million in funding for Big House

The funding is joint federal, provincial and municipal and will support 24 infrastructure projects


Pacific Coastal service to begin July 26

The company has not flown into the community since March


Thousands of dollars in Indigenous art missing after Bella Coola break-in

Masks, prints and a hand painted canoe are just a few of the missing items

  • Jul 7, 2020

Central Coast regional emergency partnership receives funding

The funding is part of the nearly $69.5-million Community Emergency Preparedness Fund

  • Jul 6, 2020

DFO Monitors keeping watch as commercial fishery opens up

Volunteer DFO Monitors have been onsite to ensure requirements are met

Over 5 million of funding announced for Nuxalk Big House and CCRD parks project

The funding is joint federal, provincial and municipal and will support 24 infrastructure projects

Cariboo waterways swell as special weather statement, rain continues Thursday July 2

Quesnel River at Likely and Quesnel Lake seeing 20 to 50 year events

Commercial fishery closed tonight due to local concerns

The fishery was supposed to open tonight

Staff at checkpoint experiencing threats, racism says Nuxalk EOC

The staff at the checkpoint have been subject to threatening behaviour on multiple occasions

Community helps purchase new CPR machine

The Bella Coola Hospital is the proud new owner of a brand-new Lucas 3 chest compression system.

MLA Jennifer Rice says province is working with multiple agencies “find solution” to checkpoint

Rice said she knows this situation has "sparked tensions in the valley"

  • Jun 19, 2020

Nuxalk Radio documentary streams today on DOXA online film festival

Nuxalk Radio is micro-short documentary about a day-in-the-life of Bella Coola's radio station

Bella Coola Music Festival goes online for 2020

The Festival has partnered with Nuxalk Radio to broadcast its 2020 lineup

Tweedsmuir Park now open for local day-use activities

The park has been closed since late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Commercial fishery opens despite local opposition

The fishery opens tonight for 24 hours

‘No plans’ yet to remove checkpoint, says Nuxalk EOC

COVID cases are declining but Bonnie Henry still says non-essential travel should be avoided

Local artist Jade Hanuse receives 2020 YVR Art Foundation Scholarship

Scholarship recipients are selected through a formal jury process and are awarded $5,000

Kindness Ninjas spread the love during COVID-19 – and there’s a local connection to the movement

Veronica Carrier, a grade three teacher at BCE, had her class acting as "kindness ninjas" months ago

Commercial salmon fisheries delayed for Bella Coola area

DFO notice says Area C gill net fisheries in Area 8 have been delayed until June 15