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B.C. Conservation Officer Service responded to the incident Thursday morning.
Reservation system changes, additional park rangers start this summer to protect parks and meet demand
Port Hardy group hit the water for first practice last week
Justin Trudeau government's budget spends on skills development, runs up bigger deficits
Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered a federal budget Wednesday that aims to get Canadians ready for a changing world.
Angela Wood’s booth at the Market at the Mall in Port Hardy’s Thunderbird Mall on Saturday was full of beautifully handcrafted goods
North Island Rainbow Lodge, the Men in Black, are presenting this event for the sixth year in a row
Sara Fullan says they have speakers coming from all over the world to share their sustainable tourism successes
About 20 members attended the event at Sporty Bar and Grill
The Seine Floats in Port Hardy as they were on the evening of Thursday, March 16
Grand opening will co-incide with Rotary Club’s second annual Spring Fling
Boardwalk for the nature trail in Port Hardy to be installed in first week of April
Estimates suggest the structure would have cost taxpayers $15,000
That and other items from the District of Port Hardy's recent council meeting
The presentation was part of a Sierra Club/Wilderness Committee tour that also has stops in Campbell River, Parksville and Courtenay
March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day recognized by the United Nations.
BC Ferries is asking for permission to purchase a used vessel that will carry 35 vehicles and 150 passengers/crew
Leaderless party's organizer is a long-time NDP supporter who supported John Horgan's leadership
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is targeting the government over alleged unpaid pension benefits
Ocean Explorer brought about 40,000 pounds to Cove Fisheries in Port Hardy on Saturday morning
Vancouver, Surrey, Kelowna saw the highest number of deaths.
"The minister has not given any assurances that First Nations will be involved in future planning..." MLA Claire Trevena
The town will ask the federal government for the materials left over from recent work on the harbour
resident whose home was hit by a Nov. 9, 2016 landslide said he thinks the town is now in "a wait-and-see mode"
The survey questions will help to gauge shopping patterns of North Island residents over the next year