Hannah Griffin

Tsunami Clean-Up

A group of kayaking volunteers have helped to clean up the west coast

Celebrating 99

Floyd Smith of Port Hardy turned 99 in late June, a feat he attributes to clean living

Locals earn black belts

Three locals have worked hard to achieve high ranking black belt status

Unique program hones business skills

A student at NISS has been busy creating a coffee business

Alexa’s Bus: educational and operational

A mobile, operational impaired driving processing station was in Port Hardy July 3

Conditions prompt fire ban

An unusually hot and dry summer has caused fire restrictions province-wide

IIO investigates police shooting

The province's police watchdog is looking into a shooting in Port Hardy June 8

New developments in Scouts and Guides world

Some very exciting developments for North Island Scouts and Guides

Tall ship docks in Hardy

A SALTS trip stopped in Port Hardy July 5 following a lengthy journey

Quatsino Sound gets new campsites

Quatsino Sound now has four new spots for travellers in small boats to camp

Warm water prompts fishing closures

The unusually warm conditions this summer have prompted fishing restrictions

Firefighter scales trees to save cubs

A local volunteer firefighter was part of a bear cub rescue mission

Indonesian exchange student enjoys Canadian privacy

An interview with a Jakarta local who lived in Port Hardy as part of a student exchange

Controversy swirls over McNeill fire chief dismissal

The late june removal of the volunteer fire chief in Port McNeill has become a controversial issue

Hardy state of emergency declared

Port Hardy went into a state of emergency as the Tsulquate River wildfire blazed

Logging Accident

A serious logging accident has taken place in northern Vancouver Island.

June Sports brings community together

The annual June Sports weekend in Alert Bay was full of soccer and community spirit

Logger Sports 2015

The annual Logger Sports competition brought wood-crazy competitors to Port McNeill

Notice taken down

A norovirus bulletin sent out by the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce was quickly taken down after pressure from B.C. Ferries

WFP changes development proposal

After reviewing feedback from a development proposal, WFP has made some changes