Wondering about the secret GOOD NEWS I mentioned the other day? Well, the secret’s out! Qqs Projects is pleased, proud and honoured to be named one of Tides Canada’s Top 10 Initiatives for this year. We are in awe-inspiring company with projects, organizations and collaborations across the country that are making change happen in phenomenal [...]
Psst… …want to hear some good news? Check back on Thursday to hear something that’ll put a smile on your face!
For Camp 4, our What’s at Stake? Camp, we were joined by friends from Raincoast Conservation Foundation. Misty MacDuffee, Chris Darimont, Brian Falconer, Kyle Artelle and Christina Service spent the week with our kids and staff exploring what’s at stake if the Enbridge Northern Gateway project is pushed through and we see supertankers in our [...]
Today, I was pleased and honoured to join colleagues and celebrants at Hakai Beach Institute to uplift Dr. Nancy Turner in her new appointment as Chair of Ethnoecology for the Hakai Network for Coastal People, Ecosystems and Management. For some, today’s event was an announcement. For those of us who traveled from Bella Bella to [...]
A little over a year ago, I was privileged to help coordinate a celebration on our shores. Norm Hann, then just a stranger with an inspiring story, was about to arrive into Bella Bella – the end of a self-propelled journey by stand up paddleboard from Kitimat, BC. His travels along the coast and the [...]