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Keili Bartlett

Keili Bartlett

Keili Bartlett reports for Coast Reporter on everything from the Sunshine Coast Regional District and school board to community news as it happens.

Keili has been reporting in B.C. since 2017, when she moved to Prince Rupert before heading south to Victoria, Squamish, Nelson, and now Sechelt. Originally, Keili is a bluenoser from Nova Scotia, where she learned the trade at the University of King's College in Halifax.

When not at her desk, Keili can be found hiking, paddleboarding and enjoying the outdoors with a camera or coffee in her hand.

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kbartlett@coastreporter.net

Recent Work by Keili

B.C. senior dying of cancer trying to secure her family's future before time runs out

B.C. senior dying of cancer trying to secure her family's future before time runs out

'I'm the one people come to for help. So to have to reach out for help, it’s just been the hardest thing for me': After years of advocating for others, Sechelt's Sheri Marino needs help ensuring her family will not become homeless after she dies.
Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

Day Scholar lawsuit agrees to $2.8 billion trust from Canada

After more than a decade, the federal government has reached an agreement with 325 nations for the collective harm done by residential schools.
shíshálh Nation prepares for 2023 election

shíshálh Nation prepares for 2023 election

Voters will head to the polls on Feb. 12 and 18
Man rescued after New Year’s Eve fall near Jervis Inlet waterfall

Man rescued after New Year’s Eve fall near Jervis Inlet waterfall

Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue were aided by North Shore Rescue and Powell River volunteers
BC Ferries cancels a sailing for Langdale ferry on Thursday

BC Ferries cancels a sailing for Langdale ferry on Thursday

Three sailings on the L-run have been revised for tonight
Retired teacher creates an education fund for students who don't get straight As

Retired teacher creates an education fund for students who don't get straight As

After retiring to the Sunshine Coast, Mary Lou Owen went back to school to learn how to build a website and found friendship along the way. From the friendship came a unique gift for future students.
Removal of Sunshine Coast fish farms part of a ‘domino effect’ scientists say

Removal of Sunshine Coast fish farms part of a ‘domino effect’ scientists say

The shíshálh Nation’s announcement this week that fish farms in its swiya are closing reached the House of Commons as questions were raised over where federal open net farming transition plans are at.
Atmospheric river repairs still under way on the Sunshine Coast one year later

Atmospheric river repairs still under way on the Sunshine Coast one year later

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has spent $9 million on the Coast — so far
How a regenerative farm in the heart of Sechelt hopes to heal

How a regenerative farm in the heart of Sechelt hopes to heal

It had gone to the weeds, but now underused land in the heart of Sechelt is home to a new farm that aims to reduce carbon emissions and produce healthy food
Indigenous-led firm invests $2.5 million in Salish Soils’s parent company

Indigenous-led firm invests $2.5 million in Salish Soils’s parent company

Salish Environmental Group also welcomes its first board of directors
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