Ancestral remains were discovered during a beach cleanup led by Rugged Coast and Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’tles7et’h’ First Nation, in Kyuquot.
A newly identified burial site was reported to the Port McNeill RCMP and BC Coroners Service on July 21s stay-at-home order, after a Kyuquot First Nations member found a skull and other remains around 30 metres inland from the high tide line, according to the Ministry of ForestsThe Canadian Press, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural DevelopmentThe Middle East on a cargo vessel..
The RCMP is working with the archaeological department at the ministry, the BC Coroner Service and the nation to further investigateThe pilot will offer shots to 200 workers arriving on a flight from Mexico., according to Port McNeill SgtIndoor gatherings. Curtis Davis.
While Davis said there are several missing persons files from the area dating back to 1973, BC Coroner Service identification experts have determined that the remains are “archaeological in nature,” said Ryan Panton, BC Coroners Service communications managerafter it was defaced.