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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

Gibsons council asks staff to bring proposed tax increase down

Gibsons council asks staff to bring proposed tax increase down

Staff presented a proposed tax increase of 7.5 per cent, plus 5 per cent for future policing
Snow's coming to the Coast – monitor it with DriveBC's Trout Lake camera

Snow's coming to the Coast – monitor it with DriveBC's Trout Lake camera

Watch highway conditions in Halfmoon Bay through the new webcam at Trout Lake
B.C.'s Gracey Hemstreet becomes first woman to complete — and win — Red Bull Hardline

B.C.'s Gracey Hemstreet becomes first woman to complete — and win — Red Bull Hardline

The 19-year-old Sechelt downhill mountain biker triumphed at the Red Bull Hardline course in Tasmania’s Maydena Bike Park on Feb. 24, making history.
Inclusive hockey tournament returns bigger than before

Inclusive hockey tournament returns bigger than before

The second annual This Tournament Has Everything is coming to Sechelt the first weekend in March 
'A really good win for Mother Nature': B.C. man fined $250K for fishing in protected glass sponge reef refuge

'A really good win for Mother Nature': B.C. man fined $250K for fishing in protected glass sponge reef refuge

Dean Keitsch of Delta was sentenced on Jan. 31 for illegal prawn fishing near Sechelt in 2020.
Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

A Halfmoon Bay man pled guilty to the December 2020 incident where he shot a nine-month-old husky named Luna. The court heard that he mistook the dog for a coyote stalking his chickens.
B.C. doctors qualify to play soccer on the other Sunshine Coast

B.C. doctors qualify to play soccer on the other Sunshine Coast

Two doctors from the Sunshine Coast of B.C. and one from Lions Gate Hospital will be heading down under to World Medical Soccer Championships on the Sunshine Coast of Australia
RCMP Q4: Fewer than 500 calls for service in SCRD rural areas

RCMP Q4: Fewer than 500 calls for service in SCRD rural areas

In the last few months of 2023, the Sunshine Coast RCMP detachment responded to 463 calls in the regional district, outside of the 1,181 calls in Sechelt and 490 in Gibsons.
'Nothing overly alarming' in Q4 Gibsons RCMP statistics

'Nothing overly alarming' in Q4 Gibsons RCMP statistics

A three-week community watch in one location found approximately 98 per cent of drivers drove at the proper speed, except during ferry traffic times. 
RCMP calls for service up, charges laid down in Sechelt: Q4

RCMP calls for service up, charges laid down in Sechelt: Q4

The latest RCMP statistics for the District of Sechelt show an increase in calls for service and priority one calls. 
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