This story was reported by Macleans Magazine and given to me by a local Union Bay resident.
A lost world returns
BY TERRY GLAVIN ·
Human remains unearthed on Vancouver Island have resurfaced the tragic story of the Pentlatch people
On a sunny day in August, at the controls of a Komatsu 300 excavator, 32-year-old Jesse McKay was pulling up a gnarled and rotted old-growth tree stump on the north side of Washer Creek, just outside Union Bay, a sleepy old Vancouver Island community overlooking the Strait of Georgia about two hours’ drive north of Victoria. A massive commercial and residential project was going in, and McKay was picking up some work there.
Full article, and well worth the read…