Goldstream Provincial Park

Numerous signs reading “There’s always hope” have been installed at the Goldstream Trestle, following the death of Andre Courtemanche (whose memorial sign, left, can be found at the base of little Niagara Falls nearby. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)

‘There’s always hope’ signs added along Goldstream Trestle

Langford teen, Andre Courtemanche’s, body found near trestle Jan. 9

 

The death of 16-year-old Andre Courtemanche has prompted calls for barriers to be erected at the Goldstream Trestle. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

Calls for changes, barriers at Goldstream Trestle after Langford teen’s death

Suicide barriers can save lives: expert weighs in

 

The body of missing Langford teen Andre Courtmanche, 16, was found in Goldstream Provincial Park on the evening of Jan. 9. Police do not suspect foul play and the cause of death is still under investigation. (Courtesy of West Shore RCMP)

Body of missing 16-year-old Langford teen found in Goldstream Provincial Park

Discovery made by search and rescue teams on Saturday evening

 

Julia Jupp, 8, has been busy volunteering at the Goldstream Hatchery during the pandemic. (Courtesy of Joscilyn Jupp)

8-year-old sworn in as member of Goldstream Hatchery

Julia Jupp has always wanted to be a marine biologist

Julia Jupp, 8, has been busy volunteering at the Goldstream Hatchery during the pandemic. (Courtesy of Joscilyn Jupp)
Joanne Smith has been visiting Goldstream Provincial Park since she moved to Langford two years ago. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

PHOTOS: Visitors flock to Goldstream Provincial Park for 2020 salmon run

‘I wanted to come here before I move back to Australia,’ says visitor

Joanne Smith has been visiting Goldstream Provincial Park since she moved to Langford two years ago. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Province plans widening, median and roadside barriers for Highway 1 near Goldstream park

Province plans widening, median and roadside barriers for Highway 1 near Goldstream park

Public’s input sought on Highway 1 safety plan for roadway leading to Malahat Drive

Province plans widening, median and roadside barriers for Highway 1 near Goldstream park
An eventful weekend in Goldstream Provincial Park included a bear sighting near the trestle trail and the rescue of a man and dog, after the man became overheated and disoriented. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

Large black bear spotted near Goldstream Trestle

No injuries to hikers, B.C. Conservation Service notified

An eventful weekend in Goldstream Provincial Park included a bear sighting near the trestle trail and the rescue of a man and dog, after the man became overheated and disoriented. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)
Goldstream Provincial Park flooded on Saturday and trails are still closed as of Tuesday due to destabilized trees. (Facebook/The Goldstream Nature House)

Goldstream Nature House open, trails closed after park flood

Park flooded on Saturday as heavy rains hit region

Goldstream Provincial Park flooded on Saturday and trails are still closed as of Tuesday due to destabilized trees. (Facebook/The Goldstream Nature House)
(Goldstream News Gazette file photo)

Goldstream Park clean up looking for volunteers this weekend

Local resident organizing park clean up, free shuttle for volunteers

(Goldstream News Gazette file photo)
Salmon flop and splash through Goldstream Provincial Park as they make their annual run. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)

Salmon attracting people and birds to Goldstream Provincial Park

Thousands of people are visiting the river according to park naturalist

Salmon flop and splash through Goldstream Provincial Park as they make their annual run. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)
Chum salmon make their way through Goldstream Park every year after spending three to five years away in the ocean. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)

Goldstream Park sees more activity at annual salmon run

The salmon are returning home after three to five years in the ocean

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Chum salmon make their way through Goldstream Park every year after spending three to five years away in the ocean. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)
Goldstream River is still quite shallow in some spots, but will soon have thousands of salmon passing through to spawn. (Lindsey Horsting/News staff)
Goldstream River is still quite shallow in some spots, but will soon have thousands of salmon passing through to spawn. (Lindsey Horsting/News staff)
The gate to the Goldstream Provincial Park campground remains closed to the public as of noon on Oct. 2, 2018. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Goldstream park campground reopens after tent city cleanup

The campground was closed to the public on Sept. 20 by the provincial government

The gate to the Goldstream Provincial Park campground remains closed to the public as of noon on Oct. 2, 2018. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Chrissy Brett weeps as she holds another Camp Namagens resident at Goldstream Provincial Park in Langford Sept. 20. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Province gives Goldstream homeless camp Oct. 1 deadline

Housing minister Selina Robinson says supports in place to transition campers to housing, shelters

Chrissy Brett weeps as she holds another Camp Namagens resident at Goldstream Provincial Park in Langford Sept. 20. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
The gate to the Goldstream Provincial Park campground remains closed to the public. (Arnold Lim/News staff)

Lawyer questions rejection of visitors to Goldstream homeless campers

Activist Chrissy Brett says they are still in fear of being kicked out

The gate to the Goldstream Provincial Park campground remains closed to the public. (Arnold Lim/News staff)
Needles found at Goldstream campground in Langford

Needles found at Goldstream campground in Langford

West Shore RCMP respond to several calls for service associated with homeless campers

Needles found at Goldstream campground in Langford
Lama Jampa Tenzin, teacher at the Sakya Buddhist centre in Victoria, leads a session and shares ideas from his lineage to a retreat group at Goldstream Provincial Park. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)

Retreat hosted by Tibetan Cultural Society at Goldstream Park

The cultural society first hosted the event in 2010 to raise money for the earthquake victims in Yushu

Lama Jampa Tenzin, teacher at the Sakya Buddhist centre in Victoria, leads a session and shares ideas from his lineage to a retreat group at Goldstream Provincial Park. (Lindsey Horsting/News Gazette staff)