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The Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock team left Saturday morning from Victoria.
“I do not know a single elected official on the North Island doing what they do for the cheque.”
Hardy was introduced to a 13-year-old rescued female sea otter named Tanu.
Sometimes writing can be like pulling teeth.
Port Hardy is not only a very pretty place but has an incredible variety of scenery.
“I would agree that kids can learn a lot by growing their own food.”
“When the roof came off there were some nasty surprises in there.”
The Mount Waddington Regional chair was paid $17,651 in 2016.
“Overall it was a great event.”
Staff Sgt. Wes Olsen delivered his last quarterly report of the summer.
It was pretty cool to see Jeff Bood win the Men’s Open after playing in it for 21 years.
The battle involved six local skaters competing in a bracket-style tournament.
Bood had been trying to win the prestigious men’s open tournament for the past 21 years.