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 McNeill students protest fish farms
    Campbell River "A" Atom Tyees breakway goal
      North Island Atom Eagles blocker save
        North Island Peewee Eagles breakaway goal

          150 Mile mom starts fire baby group

          Inspired by her own evacuation story new-mom Amy Emery decided to start a Summer 2017 Fire Babies Facebook Group.

          Port Alice makes Frigon t-shirts

          The t-shirts celebrate the newly named Frigon Road.

          Port Hardy residents upset over no Telus Fibre Optic installation

          The district is in negotiations with Telus to have the service provided to the subdivision.

          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.

          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.”

          Smoking bylaw passes second reading

          The bylaw does not apply to ceremonial use in relation to aboriginal cultural activity.

          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.”

          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.”

          Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw recognize emergency services

          A banquet was held at the Walkas Hall in Tsulquate in honour of emergency services personnel.

          JUICEBOX HEROES: Girls raise hundreds selling SunRype in Surrey

          VIDEO: Aubrey, Ryley and Chloe raised $814 this summer with their juice stand

          Two roosters create havoc in Sooke

          ‘[It’s] not the first time we’ve ended up caring for abandoned roosters’

          Significant water leak on Mine Road in Port McNeill

          “A few months ago the leak was much smaller and only contributed to a small puddle of water.”