Tervetuloa – Welcome!
About Sointula and Malcolm Island
Sointula is a small community on Malcolm Island located off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It was settled by Finnish immigrants who wished to establish a self-sustaining utopian colony. They took possession of the island in 1901 and named their community Sointula, a ‘place of harmony’ in Finnish.
Malcolm Island is 24 km (14 miles) long and 3 km (1.8 miles) at its narrowest point. A 28 km (17.3 mile) gravel road runs down the spine of the island and connects Mitchell Bay to Pulteney Point.
It is accessible by a 25-minute ferry ride but feels like a world away from everything as soon as you land on our friendly shores.
About the Sointula Resource Centre
Since 2002, the Sointula Resource Centre (SRC) has been a local information and networking hub in the heart of Sointula. SRC is a non-profit organization offering numerous services to our community.
Our organization offers a wide range of services for individuals and businesses. We help with resumes and job searches, access to computers with free internet, assistance accessing and submitting local, provincial and federal forms and applications, faxing, printing and copying, youth employment and volunteer opportunities, a monthly newsletter with job opportunities and local information updates and community orientation to new residents.
We operate the official Destination BC Visitor Centre for Malcolm Island
4th Annual SRC Auction!
Mark your calendars for December 8th, 9th, and 10th 2023. To donate an auction item, reach out to email@example.com or drop by the office!
Our Community Pantry is for anyone on Malcolm Island. It's open Tuesday - Saturday 10AM to 2:30PM. The Pantry is in the first room on your left when you enter SRC.
Reach out if you need tech support. Examples are syncing a device, learning how to use Facebook, safe searching online, using google drive, etc.
165 1st Street, Sointula, BC
Box 84, Sointula, BC V0N 3E0
“We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.”