Earlier this year, a special team of Tyee Solutions Society reporters had the chance to spend some time on B.C.'s Central Coast. What they found there was a land and culture that has thrived for thousands of years. These are some of those stories.
Reporting & Editing: Chris Wood
Reporting: Jude Isabella
Video reporting: Kai Nagata
Video reporting: Stephanie Brown
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In This Series
A natural gem. A cradle of civilization. Today's voices. Tomorrow's promise. First in a series of reports from Tyee Solutions Society.
Four decades ago archaeologists took these human remains. Last year, the Heiltsuk brought them home. A report from BC's Enduring Coast.
For people roaming 10,000 years ago, the Central Coast was a great place to settle down, as excited researchers are proving. Part of a series.
Heiltsuk archaeologist Elroy White on how an ancient technology worked. A video report from BC's Enduring Coast.
Scroll through hundreds of years of human drama along BC's Central Coast. Part of this week's series.
Calvert Island may seem remote, but it's where research opportunities abound.
Here from 'the beginning,' First Nations press for central role developing BC's Central Coast.
Investments in people and their heritage are producing a different sort of modern economy in Bella Bella. Our series concludes.
Recently reopened, the processing centre taps into the coastal abundance and hints at a resilient future. A report on the future of BC's Enduring Central Coast.