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VIDEO: North Island NDP candidate Claire Trevena: “we will remove fish farms”

The NDP candidate later said that is the natural progression of moving fish farms to land

‘Powerful’ film about homelessness comes to Port Hardy

Filmmaker followed four chronically homeless people for 10 years

Port Hardy may have buyer for seaplane base

The listing had a selling price of $500,0000; district says sale pending

Quatsino First Nation signs agreement with three forestry companies

A signing ceremony and dinner was held Tuesday night in Quatsino to celebrate the event

North Island candidates talk issues: Trevena says hydro rates her No. 1 priority

Candidates spent almost three hours answering questions in Port Hardy on Monday night

Lots of variety at Seedy Saturday in Port McNeill

Seeds, plants and much more at Lions Hall on April 22

North Island candidates talk about health care improvements

Check here later today for coverage of all-candidates meetings this week in Hardy and McNeill

Rotary’s Spring Fling raises money for Port McNeill trail

Saturday was also a night to celebrate Rotary’s contribution to the NISS climbing wall

EDITORIAL: Do candidates need to be nasty?

About a month before the provincial election of 2013, then-NDP Leader Adrian…

Young students gather for hoops fest in Port Hardy

About 100 elementary school students from seven area schools participated

B.C. chamber president brings message of teamwork and optimism to Port Hardy

Val Litwin was the guest speaker at the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce AGM Wednesday

Another coast guard visitor to Seagate docks in Port Hardy

This time it was the Gordon Reid that tied up in Port Hardy

Train derails near Woss

Western Forest Products personnel aboard train; details about any injuries not currently available

North Island candidates talk about future of forestry

Fourth candidate enters the race, B.C. First Party leader John Twigg

All-candidates forums in Port Hardy April 24, Port McNeill April 25

The chambers of commerce of the two communities are organizing these events

A great day to fly a kite in Port Hardy

This mother and daughter were having fun in Carrot Park in Port Hardy

BC Ferries Commissioner approves purchase of new vessel for Port Hardy-Bella Bella service

The vessel, currently named the Aqua Spirit, will replace the 44-year old Nimpkish

Anglican Church and ‘Namgis First Nations leaders meet in Alert Bay

St Michael’s Residential School was demolished in 2015; it was open from 1929-75

Rainbow over Port Hardy on Wednesday morning

Photo was taken from the Quarterdeck Inn, looking at Fisherman’s Wharf