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Injured whale helps raise awareness

Knobby’s injuries may have resulted from a vessel collision

Alert Bay, Sointula Sailings affected by bad weather

BC Ferries is holding the Quadra Queen II in dock this morning

‘Sisters of Song’ choir brings joy to Port Alice singers

“Music is an extreme source of joy for a lot of people.”

Minor Earthquake strikes near Port Hardy

M 4.7 182km SW of Port Hardy

North Island schools struggling with lack of TTOCs

“We literally have days where positions are not being filled.”

10 tonnes of plastic cleared from North Coast beaches

Living Oceans Society spent three days sorting the marine debris

New boxing gym comes to Port Hardy

Pound4Pound Boxing gym opened in Trustee Mall

NISS Students find out what journalism is all about

Four students visit the Gazette for a work experience

Tour de Rock thanks the Gazette

Tour de Rock ride Sandra Boyd says thanks

Disability Tax Credits in jeopardy for Type 1 diabetics

“It’s something I deal with every day of my life.”

Shoebox project helps women in need

“It’s a very simple concept but it can have quite an impact.”

Court orders protestors to leave fish farm site

“The adjournment allows us to compile our evidence and present it in 30 days.”

Concerns rise over lack of policing in Port Alice

Staff Sgt. Wes Olsen addressed the issue at Port Alice Council

BREAKING: Marine Harvest issues a letter to evict Midsummer Island occupiers

Fish Farm protestors have been asked to leave the site.

Gazette Christmas Hamper Application Form

Application deadline is Nov.30

Create for A Cause donates to the Gazette Hamper Fund

They raised $1,549.05 and donated toys and food

Vancouver Island loses its last logging train

Western Forest Products closes Englewood Train operation and will make the switch to transport via roads.

Windmill blade could be put on display

Port Hardy may have a future tribute to the wind industry

History of the North Island Gazette Hamper Fund

Brian Welchman and Roland Shanks started the Gazette Hamper Fund in 1980.

UPDATED: Western Forest Products Announces Closure of Englewood Train

At peak operations the train employed 34 workers