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First Nation’s ceremony acknowledges emergency services

“Our feast was to bring together the Gwa’sala-Nakwaxda’xw people to uplift our emergency services.”

Community helps senior in need

“Scott is able to be mobile again with a little more ease.”

Windmill blade arrives in Port Hardy
    Port McNeill students protest fish farms
      Campbell River "A" Atom Tyees breakway goal
        North Island Atom Eagles blocker save

          Councillor and other local government officials tell of increasing harassment

          Day talked about his experience at a workshop at the Union of B.C. Municipalities

          Fish Farm occupation continues

          The protest has been ongoing since Aug. 25

          MISSING: RCMP are looking for help in finding Duncan’s Brian Joseph Trudell

          Trudell, 53, could be trying to get to North Vancouver in a 1997 teal green Nissan pickup.

          Fire ban lifted on Vancouver Island

          Category 2, 3 fires allowed effective at noon Sept. 29

          • Sep 28th, 2017

          Whale watching Captain receives tourism award

          Port Hardy will also host the awards gala in 2018

          Proposed Hyde Creek bylaw causes controversy

          Bylaw 923 states that guest houses must not be used for commercial purposes.

          VIDEO: Emotional kick-off for sawmill site restoration project

          Official launch of Kus-kus-sum project draws a crowd, and thousands of dollars

          101 Squadron holds dedication ceremony in Coal Harbour

          To honour the service and dedication of the servicemen who served at the Station during World War 2.

          Campbell Riverites have seen it all when it comes to distracted driving

          Campbell River drivers share the worst cases of distracted driving they’ve ever seen

          Finnish band fulfills dream of performing in Sointula

          Punatähdet helps Finns celebrate Sointula’s utopian history.

          Risk of whale and boater collisions remains high

          “From may into October this is humpback central.”

          VIDEO: Tour de Rock 2017 – Sandra Boyd rides through the North Island

          The Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock team left Saturday morning from Victoria.