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By Heather Thomson Although still small in size, the message Davin Powell brought to his chief was not. Davin came to Huu-ay-aht’s Port Alberni Government Office and asked if he could speak to Elected Chief Councillor Robert J. Dennis Sr. He had something on his mind, and he wanted to bring the concern to Chief […]
Connie Waddell (nee Nookemis, traditional name Nanaa-aqs) is the daughter of Rose and Clifford Charles. Her grandparents are the late Martin and Cecilia Charles, Edward and Mable Nookemis, and Joe Edgar. Her grandmother Frances Edgar still resides in the Ditidaht community. Connie grew up in Bamfield, B.C. She left for high school and to further […]
Report on the independent review of the Huu-ay-aht Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Read the document here: Report on the independent review of the Huu-ay-aht Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Matt MacDonald, Acting Warning Preparedness Meteorologist, from the Prediction and Services Directorate – Operations West, Meteorological Services of Canada and Environment Canada, forecasts potential flooding from Thursday, October 29th, evening through Saturday morning. Two storms will deliver heavy rain to the South Coast of BC beginning Thursday evening. The first one with rainfalls of 40 to 60 mm between Thursday evening and Friday […]