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Transformative ‘Centre of Hope’ coming to Port Hardy

With the new building, the Salvation Army will be able to run the shelter year long.

Cops for Cancer: COVID-19 can’t stop Tour de Rock

‘having the chance to come back and ride this year means everything to me’

Port Hardy Mounties help First Nation chief build smokehouse

‘We have great maya’xala for all the community members, in each of the communities…’

Town of Port McNeill’s annual Halloween fireworks show cancelled

‘This has been a horrible year for having to cancel many things that are near and dear to us’

Port Hardy Mountie honoured by International Association of Chiefs of Police

Corp. Chris Voller was named by the IACP as one of the 40 under 40 awardees for 2020.

Northisle mining project excited about copper, gold recovery

Presence of precious metals 17-24 per cent higher in Holberg-area testing than 2017 probe showed

Port McNeill-based biologist appointed to new wildlife council

‘It’s a great honour to be included in this group,’ says Megan Hanacek.

Reopening for Port Alice’s shuttered arena unlikely

Bankrupt pulp mill still owes $2 million in unpaid taxes, leaving village in cash crunch

OPINION: Labour Day exists for a reason, and it should be celebrated

Labour Day is a way to remember and recognize all of the admirable folk who fought for worker rights

North Island asked if it wants repeat of recent all-day power outage

‘The Aug. 13 planned power outage came at the worst possible time for our tourism operators’

Kwa’lilas Hotel wins award from TripAdvisor

The Kwa’lilas Hotel opened its doors to the public back in 2017.

COVID-19 tests come back negative for remote First Nation

“There are no suspected cases in the community at this time.”

Remote First Nation under emergency lockdown after suspected case of COVID-19

‘more details will be shared once known’

Ten-hour planned power outage coming for North Island residents

To keep crews and the public safe, power must be switched off while BC Hydro completes the work.

Port Hardy sick and tired of derelict apartment buildings

Council considering minimum rental property standards bylaw to protect renters, community image

Port Hardy RCMP honour Vancouver Island First Nation community leaders

‘… we must highlight the beautiful work happening in our communities’

Vancouver Island RCMP explain how to report out-of-country travellers

Port McNeill detchment issues public advisory after receiving a number of complaints

Dangerous speeder tries to splash work crews at 80 km/h in Port Alice

Police seeking a black Ford Ranger in connection with incident at dormant pulp mill

Fishing so far has been great this season in the north Island

‘I can’t think of a better way to spend Canada Day. This year I got to fish with two amazing guests’

Foundry Centre bringing care and mental health services for youth to North Island

Port Hardy Mayor calls it ‘fantastic news for our community’