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CO’s call off attempts to trap bear who attacked North Island man

Woss man recuperating after incident on remote logging road

Northern Sea Wolf welcomed to Port Hardy a year behind schedule to launch central coast run

“It’s been a long wait to see the Northern Sea Wolf arrive in town”

VIDEO: Bear picks fight with garbage can in the middle of B.C. town

Andrea Cranmer posted a 30 second clip of the bear on social media.

Pride Day is coming to Port Hardy in late August

“It’s a day where allies and people who identify as LGBTQ+ can come out and be safe”

North Island MLA promises better road conditions in the North Island

Trevena: “Staff will continue to monitor the roads closely to ensure they are safe and reliable.”

Inquest into Port Hardy police shooting moved to Campbell River

Family disappointed James Hayward coroner’s inquest rescheduled hours away

Coroner’s inquest into fatal Vancouver Island RCMP shooting postponed

James Hayward died in 2015 after being shot by police in Port Hardy

Vancouver Islander accused of being a drunken sailor early in the morning

Port Hardy man facing mutiple charges after police found pilot “grossly impaired” at fishboat helm

Vancouver Island’s fog zone fades into the horizon

Coastal Fire Centre abandoning practice of keeping north and west coast separate in fire bans

Port Alice mail bomb case closed says Yukon RCMP

RCMP rules Leon Nepper was the only person involved in the mailing of a bomb to his brother.

VIDEO: Vancouver Island’s longest running hockey tournament won’t go quietly

The Oscar Hickes Memorial Hockey Tournament in Port Alice turns 40 but may not be back

Company “devastated” by Vancouver Island teen’s death at fish farm

Mowi Canada West releases statement after Nanaimo’s Aidan Webber dies near Port Hardy

Port Hardy RCMP need help locating the driver involved in a hit and run

“The injured man was taken to the hospital with possible head and neck injuries.”

North Island child poverty second worst in BC

Child poverty in Mount Waddington region on the rise, monthly free swimming, skating offered

Port Alice awaits word as few remaining pulp mill workers sent home

No word yet from company as to whether move marks permanent closure of dormant Neucel cellulose

Battered Port Alice pulp mill suddenly lays off remaining workers

All Neucel Specialty Cellulose employees working at the pulp mill were told to go home on Feb. 27.

VIDEO: Wounded Warrior Run 2019 kicks off journey on Northern Vancouver Island

The team left Carrot Park in Port Hardy at 7:30 a.m. on Feb. 25 in -6 weather conditions.

Former longtime Port McNeill Mayor Gerry Furney dead at 85

Furney served the Town of Port McNeill for 39 years, among the longest mayoral services in Canada

Hemphill gets $20,000 from STORYHIVE to produce short film called ‘Dzunuḵ̓wa’

“We are making the Legend of Dzunukwa into a stop-motion short film!”