On Sunday November 7, Bryan Thompson and Susanna Oreskovic will be bringing The Mystery Mountain Project to Mansons Hall on Cortes Island.Continue reading The Mystery Mountain Project comes to Cortes Island
The Campbell River Association of Tour Operators finished (CRATO) cleaning up Vancouver Island’s shoreline from Comox to Chatham Point, at the entrance of the Johnstone Strait, and is now working in the northern Discovery Islands.Continue reading Cleaning-up the shoreline from Comox to the northern Discovery Islands
No one was in Bute Inlet’s Southgate Valley when rock and ice above Elliot Creek launched itself 6000 feet down from the Homathko Icefield into a glacial lake.
Did anyone hear, see or feel anything?Continue reading Tongue of the glacier: Elliot Creek landslide, Bute Inlet, 2020
Deep water temperatures in fjords along BC’s Central Coast have increased 1.2–1.3°C over the past 70 years, a recent report shows.Continue reading Deep water temperatures in BC Fjords rose 1.2–1.3°C in 70 years
Warning: This story contains details that may provoke distress or trauma in some readers.
National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Homalco Chief Darren Blaney has the tragic distinction of being a third-generation residential school survivor.
Like his father, and grandfather before him, Blaney was forced from his home, family, and culture in the small community of Church House in Bute Inlet along B.C.’s remote central coast.
“My great-grandfather was the first one from Homalco to go to residential school in 1875,” said Blaney.Continue reading The shadow of residential schools ‘gets longer and longer’