Terrace Standard, Local Journalism Initiative ReporterContinue reading ‘Anti-colonial Day March in Terrace
Lately, when 15-year-old K (name withheld to protect identity) arrives outside her school in Campbell River, nervousness sets in.
Her legs start shaking, her entire body begins to tremble and she gives way to uncontrollable sobbing.
Her parents eventually turn the car around and take her back home, to try again the next day.
The heightened anxiety attacks are new for both K and her parents, especially because their daughter is an above average student and has never had a problem going to school until a couple months ago, says K’s mother.Continue reading Extended pandemic feeds anxieties of Campbell River youth
The federal government says it has not asked Mowi to cull fish or stopped them from transferring smolts to other sites the aquaculture company has in the province.Continue reading Feds not responsible for Mowi fish cull, they say
On Sunday, five women from Gold River hung a red dress by the side of the road that leads into town.
Supporting their cause was Evangeline James a member of the area’s Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation (MMFN).
In 1979, James’ friend, 26-year-old Christine Thomas was murdered between Campbell River and Gold River on Highway 28 in 1979, along with her 16-year-old sister Helena Howard.Continue reading MMIWG: Red dresses hang across Vancouver Island