Bella Coola

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Bel·la Coo·la

 (bĕl′ə ko͞o′lə)
n. pl. Bella Coola or Bel·la Coo·las
1. A member of a Native American people inhabiting the coast of British Columbia along the Bella Coola River, a short stream flowing westward into a channel of Queen Charlotte Sound.
2. The Salishan language of the Bella Coola.
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The winner of the illustration contest is Niki Watts, a Cree artist who lives in Bella Coola, British Columbia.
In October a submerged tugboat, the Nathan E Stewart, spilled 110,000 litres of diesel fuel and other petroleum products near the town of Bella Coola. It appeared again as though there was "no experience, no knowledge, no plan." Even Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the response "unacceptable."
Similar to their position on Columbian blacktails, SCI starts their Sitka blacktail listings farther south, at Bella Coola, British Columbia.
Nuxalk Chief Wally Webber is happy that a traditional mask that was used as a Super Bowl wager by the Seattle Art Museum will be used in Bella Coola for a potlatch in September.
"In April we start seeing grizzlies and black bears emerge from their dens," says Holly Willgress of Bella Coola Mountain Lodge, an 1890's homestead in Bella Coola on BC's central coast.
It includes flying at G level force over Russia in a MiG, diving with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, helifishing in Bella Coola, British Columbia, extreme golf in snow in Lapland, snowmobile safaris in the Svalbard Islands, white-water rafting down the Zambezi River, tracking the elusive snow leopard in the Himalayas and diving in the deadly sardine bait ball off the coast of southern Africa.
Included in this last grouping are songs from the Micmac, Algonkian, Saulteaux, Cree, Sioux, Blackfoot, Blood, Nootka, Bella Coola, Tlingit, Kwakiutl, and Inuit nations all performed by First Nations singers.
The Red Bird deposit is comprised of three zones of molybdenum concentration referred to as the Main, Southeast and Southwest zones within a property totaling 1,836 ha (4,400 acres) and is located 133 km southwest of Burns Lake and 105 km north of Bella Coola. The Company plans to divest each of these properties through a sale or joint venture, thus allowing it to focus on building a graphite mining company.
claim to control of Canada hundreds of miles beyond the northern tip of Vancouver Island and north of the mouth of the Bella Coola River.
The unit will installed at a hydroelectric plant in Bella Coola in British Columbia, where it will be used to generate electricity during periods when the hydroelectric plant is unable to meet demand.