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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

This Gibsons family has recorded the weather for more than 60 years

This Gibsons family has recorded the weather for more than 60 years

The Co-operative Climate Network has volunteers at 354 observation stations across the country. For Fran Heppel in Gibsons, her love of recording the weather started when was in Grade 4. For the past 60 years, her family has recorded rainfall and temperature twice a day from their home on Gower Point Road.
Sechelt council tweaks short-term rental definitions

Sechelt council tweaks short-term rental definitions

Temporary use permits may be required for secondary residence (formerly known as 'commercial') STRs
Rocky Nordvie signs to Port Alberni Bombers

Rocky Nordvie signs to Port Alberni Bombers

The 16-year-old member of the shíshálh Nation has committed for the 2022-23 hockey season
Opinion: Housing shortage is 'hollowing out' the Coast

Opinion: Housing shortage is 'hollowing out' the Coast

If Lori Pratt, who is a realtor, can't find housing, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Kinnikinnick Elementary proposes a healing forest

Kinnikinnick Elementary proposes a healing forest

Briefs from June 15’s District of Sechelt council meeting include a healing forest and elder abuse awareness
Sechelt approves Telus Living development permit

Sechelt approves Telus Living development permit

New design details for the proposed rental building on Inlet Avenue were presented at June 15 Sechelt council meeting
Here’s how much the future council of Sechelt could make in 2023

Here’s how much the future council of Sechelt could make in 2023

Remuneration for the District of Sechelt elected officials is being considered for an increase — after the 2022 local election
Someone built a miniature Beachcombers boat that actually works

Someone built a miniature Beachcombers boat that actually works

The Beachcombers TV show's iconic Persephone floats once again — on a much smaller scale — thanks to a hobbyist in Ontario and his radio controller know-how.
syíyaya Days, 11 days of celebrating Indigenous culture, starts next week

syíyaya Days, 11 days of celebrating Indigenous culture, starts next week

shíshálh Nation, the syíyaya Reconciliation Movement and the District of Sechelt partnered to host syíyaya Days, June 21 through Canada Day on July 1. Here's the schedule of events.
shíshálh artwork unveiled in honour of late master carver

shíshálh artwork unveiled in honour of late master carver

?antuni Tony Paul’s legacy celebrated with ceremony at Tsain-Ko Centre