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Port Harvey shipyard greenlit

Bylaw 895 has been adopted by RDMW

First Forestry Proud Day Flourishes

Forest Friendly Communities hosted the event in Port McNeill

Fundamentals of Forestry Program in Woss celebrates its Grand Opening

“Woss is now on the map, in the province,”

Woss Memorial Gazebo now fully funded

Construction will be complete at the end of July

Website launches to attract North Island newcomers

VINTAS launches a new website and attraction campaign

Mobile fishery officers patrol the coast

Marine Patrol fisheries program sends officers to remote places

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Find out what’s going on in the North Island (May 16- 23)

Questions raised about possible new Port Hardy subdivision

A 70-80 unit development was the subject of two public hearings

NISS students add paint to new totem pole

The pole will be unveiled at a special May 17 ceremony at NISS

Province gives Ft. Rupert Elementary $105,000 for new playground

Playgrounds were chosen based on those with the greatest need

Port Hardy Ambassador program to welcome tourists

Pilot project will see locals greeting tourists throughout town

Port Hardy boxing gym gets new ring

“It’s a boxing gym now, whether people like it or not.”

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Find out what’s going on in the North Island (May 9 -16)

Kids in Motion faces uncertain future without funding

Non-profit cancels summer camp in order to save playcentre

2018 tourism season kicks off with industry mixer

Tourism operators from all over the region were in attendance

RDMW launches Woss Memorial Gazebo gofundme page

The Gazebo will serve as a memorial for workers who have lost their lives

Derelict Port Alice House to be demolished

The house contains asbestos and has been called an ‘eyesore’

$10,000 donated to Memorial Gazebo in Woss

Shelley Siemens, Chris Cinkant, and Jack Miller, from the United Steelworkers Union…

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Find out what’s going on in the North Island (May 2 - 9)

Humpback whales are returning to North Island waters

MERS is reminding boaters to “see a blow, go slow”