Alberni Valley News

Kuu-us officially opens in Alberni

Port Alberni Mayor John Douglas, left, and Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney help Elia Nicholson-Nave officially open the Kuu-us Crisis Line Society’s property at the corner of Johnston Road and Adelaide last week. Kuu-us celebrated its donation from the federal government and recognized community members for their support. - SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
Port Alberni Mayor John Douglas, left, and Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney help Elia Nicholson-Nave officially open the Kuu-us Crisis Line Society’s property at the corner of Johnston Road and Adelaide last week. Kuu-us celebrated its donation from the federal government and recognized community members for their support.
— image credit: SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
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