Now, there is nothing. Foreign epidemics such as small pox decimated the Wuikinuwx population during this time. There are fewer than 100 Wuikinuxw people remaining in a small village near this site. They struggle with vivacious tenacity to put back the pieces of what was once a rich and complex society supported by the natural treasures which their ancestors sustainably managed for literally thousands of years.
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The British Columbia logging company MacMillan Bloedel announced January 8, 1997, that it is shutting down its logging operations in the Clayoquot Sound rainforest, BC.