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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

'Make the polluter pay': Sue Big Oil campaign kicks off on the Sunshine Coast

'Make the polluter pay': Sue Big Oil campaign kicks off on the Sunshine Coast

At least 85 residents have signed the petition to encourage local government to join the civic action lawsuit
Orcas return to Pender Harbour's Gunboat Bay

Orcas return to Pender Harbour's Gunboat Bay

Who were those whales spotted on the B.C. coast last week? Ocean Wise researchers and residents share the details
shíshálh Nation and B.C.  negotiating dock management

shíshálh Nation and B.C. negotiating dock management

The agreement will affect dock tenures in shíshálh swiya (territory) and will implement the Pender Harbour Dock Management Plan  
Milos’s mission: BC man delivers medical supplies to Ukraine

Milos’s mission: BC man delivers medical supplies to Ukraine

Milos Pospisil of Gibsons joined Project Volya after bringing toys and relief support to refugees in Poland earlier this year
Two hectare wildfire north of Egmont declared out

Two hectare wildfire north of Egmont declared out

Crews responded to a small fire on the Sunshine Coast for days after it was first reported on the afternoon of July 14
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 she 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.
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.
Milos's mission continues: Bringing medical supplies from B.C. to Ukraine

Milos's mission continues: Bringing medical supplies from B.C. to Ukraine

Milos Pospisil of the Sunshine Coast is fundraising for his second relief trip since Russian forces invaded Ukraine, this time to bring medical supplies — and joy to children
Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

Opinion: Learning to survive in an American classroom

I spent many of my formative school years in the U.S., where safety drills for hurricanes and anything more sinister were the norm. And sometimes when I did have to hide under my desk, it wasn't a drill. As more school shootings are reported, I wonder what those classroom experiences really taught.
BC teen wins second gold at downhill mountain biking World Cup

BC teen wins second gold at downhill mountain biking World Cup

Sunshine Coast’s Gracey Hemstreet takes home another win after the second UCI World Cup of 2022 in Fort William, Scotland