Tyson Whitney

Port Hardy council votes itself 5.9 per cent raise

Mayor votes in favour, breaks council deadlock

Pulp mill fails to pay taxes, Port Alice closes arena

“Neucel owes us a million dollars and its pretty hard to stay status quo when you’re short a million.”

Port Hardy council passes bylaw to allow recreational cannabis sales

‘We’re a progressive community, we got it done’: Mayor

Island wide crime spree leads to multiple charges against Cowichan Valley resident

Social Media and citizens of the North Island played a big role in solving the case.

Vehicle smashes Supreme Convenience window

After speaking to the driver, the RCMP entered into an impaired driving investigation.

VIDEO: Memorial bench unveiled for Vancouver Island man killed by police

James Hayward was shot by police in Port Hardy after refusing to drop a large knife in 2015

Port McNeill logging sisters chopping down the competition

The Briscoe sisters will be travelling to upcoming Logger Sports shows all throughout the summer.

Intruder flashes bow but no arrows at Port Hardy elementary school

Police charge man with Uttering Threats, Mischief and Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose

Missing boater’s body found near Port Alice

Remains of Ryan MacDonald recovered in dropping waters of the Marble River

Kervin’s Corner: Government needs to stay out of corporate social responsibility

“Companies are in the business of one thing and one thing only. And that’s the bottom line”

Charges laid in North Island bear parts seizure

The COS located illegal black bear parts during vehicle inspections near Port McNeill.

WFP mending fences on the North Island

“We have come together to try and figure out the best way to find solutions around (the issues).”

Province smoothing road to Tahsis

$2.1-million project to sealcoat 13 kilometres of the connection from Gold River

Lucy Haché reveals the inspiration behind her second book ‘Stars’

“Stars was written as part of a process of healing for me as a Kwakwaka’wakw woman”

Federal court dismisses ‘Namgis First Nation’s bid to block fish farm restocking

Justice Manson said Marine Harvest has made “good faith” attempts at consultation with the ‘Namgis.

Kervin’s Corner: Alexandra Morton challenges marine industry to public debate – let’s give her one

‘Funny enough, de facto leaders of the protest movement seem to rely on Indigenous backing’

Port Hardy multiplex project receives $6,000,000 Gas Tax Fund

“Residents of the North Island are going to receive an amazing Aquatic Centre”

Design underway to improve safety and access on Highway 19 at Campbell Way

“We’ve had more accidents at ‘the T’ than anywhere else in our community”

Wounded Warrior Run 2018 leaves Port Hardy

Runners cover Vancouver Island in seven days in order to raise awareness about PTSD

Toyota Expedition 3.0 ready to hit the North Island backroads

‘The 3.0 is because this is the third time we are doing this’