Aiden O'Toole

Bantams lose out to Tyees

The Eagles bantams lost out 5-2 to the Campbell River Tyees Sunday in a physical league matchup.

Port Hardy Council sworn in

The 2014-18 Port Hardy Council members swore the Oath of Office and took their seats for the first time Tuesday.

JdF rally to tie Eagles in Port Hardy

The Eagles midgets squandered a two-goal lead as the T3 Juan de Fuca Grizzlies rode their luck to a 4-4 tie here Saturday.

School board hears strike frustration

PORT HARDY-DPAC rep seeks information for families concerned for their children's education.

Wheel and deal at skate park swap meet

PORT HARDY-Group hosts kids' swap meet, hot dog sale to raise funds for skateboard park improvements.

Man, pet survive cougar attack

Camper uses an axe to fend off cougar in Port McNeill.

First Nations file suit against pipeline approval

BELLA BELLA-Seven bands cite flawed consultation process by federal government in challenging approval of Enbridge Northern Gateway project.

Protest reaches 100-day mark

A band of supporters took to the streets last week in a show of solidarity with First Nations protesters

Sensei opens North Island dojo

Rainforest Aikikai opens to offer students instruction in Aikido, Modern Arnis in Port Hardy

Peewees keep fans in suspense

Down-to-the-wire games for the local sides at last weekend's peewee tourney.

North Islanders wanted for Olympian effort

Special Olympics BC is hoping to open its latest chapter on the North Island, but locals are needed to help lay the foundations.

Gold stars for local educators

District pleased to report positive trends from Foundational Skills Assessment.

Last-minute strike ties Bulls, Warriors

A tenacious final ten minutes earned the Port Hardy Bulls a draw against the Port Hardy Warriors Saturday.

Bantams maintain league win streak

The North Island Eagles bantam side take a 4-2 victory over the Sooke Thunderbirds Sunday.

A light in the dark

A group of around 20 came out Saturday night to light a candle and pay tribute to the memory of the victims of the 1989 Montreal Massacre.

Province, Ferries come under fire

Panel comes under fire at community engagement event.

Mainline nets winner in dying seconds

Chad MCKenzie's strike for Mainline sinks the Warriors in overtime during the Mens final of last weekend's Wild Women tourney.

VIHA marks milestone in Port Hardy

Resident Joseph Lefort takes part in 10,000th Telehealth consultation from Port Hardy.

Day leaves chasers in the dust

Triport Speedway hosts the annual Dustbowl stock racing weekend.

End of the Rainbow at Raft Cove

BC Parks made the decision to close Raft Cove Provincial Park Saturday.