Remote First Nation Community May Face a Second Year of Flooding

The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation, located along Kingcome Inlet in British Columbia, is recovering from a ravaging flood that took place in late September, 2010. With the flood season coming early, the Kingcome River has already burst the banks once this year. Local residents are very concerned and are attempting to move anything they can to higher ground.
A fundraiser feast for Kingcome Inlet flood relief will be held September 17th at the Christ Church Cathedral on Quadra Street. For more information call 250-383-2714.

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