Hanna Petersen

VIDEO: Quatse River Hatchery saves stuck salmon

Many salmon were trapped in the river because of low water levels.

No Terry Fox Run will take place in Port Hardy

Port Hardy will not have a Terry Fox Run this year, as no one volunteered to organize the event.

Wicked Salmon Shines a light on the North Island

“We heavily promote Port Hardy because that’s where we are.”

Alert Bay Auxiliary celebrates 70 years

“We are the oldest volunteer service on the North Island.”

Port Alice makes Frigon t-shirts

The t-shirts celebrate the newly named Frigon Road.

Fire ban still in place on the North Island

“We have no idea when it will be lifted.”

Indigenous Cinema Tour comes to the North Island

Award winning film to be shown in Port Hardy and Port McNeill

This Week’s Hot Spots!

Check out what’s going on around the North Island.

New BC Ferries vessel named the Northern Sea Wolf

It will provide direct summer service from Port Hardy to Bella Coola.

Sailboat advocating biodiesel stops in Port Hardy

Captain Wilcox is on a mission to “decarb” the inside passage

Port Alice Road gets colourful new name

“You take the Frigon Road to see the Frigon Islands.”

Library celebrates summer readers

Over 145 children participated in the summer reading club

Port Hardy’s Marijuana Committee gets to work

“The issue is we are trying to be proactive.”

Hanna’s Highlight: Libraries are the future

I am now passionate about libraries and what they can do for communities.

Creekside residents future uncertain

“It’s along ways from over.”

First Nations occupy Marine Harvest fish farm

“This is our home and we are not moving until we’re satisfied.”

First Nations occupy Marine Harvest fish farm

“This is our home and we are not moving until we’re satisfied.”

Alert Bay boil water advisory lifted

The tests came back showing no bacteria.

Port Hardy cyclists participate in Ride to Conquer Cancer

Team Storm has already raised $17, 899

Update: Kaikash Creek Wildfire still being monitored

The wildfire southeast of Telegraph Cove is ‘under control’