Thomas Kervin

Port McNeill local appointed to ICET for three-year term

Hanacek said she is thrilled to be part of ICET.

Kervin’s Corner: The social media-borne cliché ‘New Year, New Me’ doesn’t work

Let’s put a little extra time into bettering oneself and a little less telling everyone about it.

Driver crashes into sheriff’s van near Port Alice

The driver was looking to turn left into Port Alice when they cut off the sheriff’s van.

Strike averted at Port McNeill’s only grocery store

Membership voted strongly in favour of the collective agreement, which came days after negotiations.

Vancouver Island First Nation poised to re-establish Big House

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw ready to start building after relocation pulled them last Big House 60 years ago

Port Hardy Salvation Army explains huge increase in sobering shelter stays, meals

Public attitude toward using the Salvation Army’s services may have changed over the years.

Strike a possibility at Port McNeill’s only grocery store

IGA’s unionized workers have authorized a walkout

More than 100 Woss loggers look for March return to work

“The four-month window I don’t think is unusual,” said WFP chief forester of weather constraints.

Young man sets off to run span of Vancouver Island in anti-trophy hunting campaign

Giordano Corlazzoli began his campaign in Port Hardy and plans to cap it off in Victoria.

Culture programs running strong in North Island schools

PHSS, NISS culture programs for Indigenous students are part of an enhancement agreement with SD85.

New highway contractor reassuring North Islanders in wake of early-season crash

Mainroad “responded within the ministry’s specifications” during incident that sent two to hospital

UPDATE: North Island highway crash resulting in serious injuries still under investigation

The two drivers were seriously injured and sent to a hospital in Victoria.

Poverty indicators take a huge jump in the North Island

Shelter overnight stays saw a 431 per cent increase since 2014.

Kervin’s Corner: Recognizing the war efforts of Canada’s Indigenous people

50 decorations were awarded to Indigenous soldiers for sniping and scouting capabilities in WWI.

Marine Detective reveals new humpback feeding strategy

Researchers first to record “trap-feeding” method around the North Island waters

Vancouver Island man gets 18 months for sexually abusing 2 young girls

Victim confused and has trouble sleeping after Bolderson’s crimes.

Picket line established at Port Hardy post office

Four CUPW union members begun their strike early this morning, Oct. 31

North Island Mall revitalizes as new stores open

Dirom wants to “create a vibrant new space in the community by working together” with new business.

Port Hardy police say girls made up knifepoint abduction story

Police plan no further action after report confirmed false