The Dzawad’enuwx First Nation in Kingcome Inlet, a small community on the mainland across from northern Vancouver Island has been on lockdown since April 17 due to concerns about the novel coronavirus.Continue reading Kingcome Inlet Will Remain Isolated
While only two projects have been cancelled so far, a significant number are on hold. Strathcona Regional District staff are monitoring the financial situation closely. Their preliminary report on the financial impacts of COVID 19 within the electoral areas suggests there will be a budget surplus “primarily due to staff vacancies, layoffs, and related travel and training costs.Continue reading Financial Impacts of COVID 19 on Cortes, Quadra & Other Electoral Areas
Zeballos has asked visitors to stay home and not visit the community over the upcoming Victoria Day long weekend.Continue reading Zeballos Asks Visitors To Stay Home
Every year, between May to August, Kyuquot First Nation members spread across B.C., and the US receive a doorstep delivery of fish from their traditional land on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Kyuquot will go ahead with this annual tradition of food fish distribution despite shutting its borders and not allowing anyone to travel in or out due to COVID-19.Continue reading Kyuquot First Nation Sends Fish parcels from home