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Blown over trees plunge North Island residences into darkness
Former Conservation Officer supports grizzly bear hunting ban
Pulp market prices prompt look at reopening Neucel Specialty Cellulose.
Saviour says he would make the same decision to save cubs
Masked person struck several times with a weapon by student
Products were sold at IGA October 16 and October 17
10,000 ton tanker barge owned by the Texas-based Kirby Corporation runs aground
Tarkanen Marine Ways on Malcolm Island destroyed by fire
Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation were in Smith Inlet this morning ( July 15) to protest the opening of a commercial sockeye fishery
A Vancouver company is going to be looking for copper and gold in them there hills.
RCMP recover Port Alice resident Marc Regimbal in remote area 1.5 kilometres away from village
Two bear cubs at the centre of a controversy over a decision not to destroy them are approved for a cub rearing and release program
Former northern Vancouver Island Conservation Officer Bryce Casavant has been transferred from the Conservation Officer Service
Keagan SAWATZKY, 15, from Port Hardy has been located by police
Port Hardy, BC: Missing person may have left Vancouver Island.
A serious logging accident has taken place in northern Vancouver Island.
Reporters are emerging of a serious logging accident in the North Island
On July 8 a Port Hardy RCMP fatally shot and killed a man allegedly brandishing a knife
An update on the wildfire that began outside of Port Hardy July 3
A Monday update on a wildfire that has been burning outside of Port Hardy since July 3
Breaking news about the Tsulquate River fire outside of Port Hardy
An update on a forest fire that began July 3 in Port Hardy
A Port Hardy fire that began Friday July 3 continues to burn, now measuring 8 hectares in size
Tri-Port Minor Hockey submits winning bid for Bantam Tier 3 championships, scheduled for March, 2015.
PORT HARDY-Mother of eight receives missing presents after bag fell from truck near Sayward Sunday.