Mike D'Amour

Fly like a, well, you know …

An eagle is released into the wilds near the airport after spending a day resting with caring North Islanders.

Scarlet fever not a concern

There have been a few diagnosed cases of scarlet fever in the Tri-port area

To Brian: One step at a time — love, dad

Grieving dad starts walking from Port Hardy to raise funds for sick kids

Big Event a smokin’ success, says TV star

Port Hardy—In what was arguably the biggest spectacle on the North Island during the past 50 years

Contract legislation looming

As the Labour Relations Board gave B.C. teachers a green light to strike for up to three days next week

MLA says North Island forgotten in budget

The Liberal government’s budget completely ignores the Mount Waddington district, said the North Island’s NDP MLA.

Reluctant hero to receive life saving award

Larry Sandberg is a reluctant hero who may soon be embarrassed by provincial accolades.

We’re going to show Canada how we do it

PORT HARDY—Music, food, entertainment, terrific prizes and more will be the highlights of a day

Fields going, more businesses gone

Fields added to the body count of dead or dying stores on the North Island when it recently announced the closure of all its Canadian stores

Actions of cold-hearted thieves offset by deed of big-hearted cops

The theft from Port McNeill youngsters was offset by the actions of Mounties who replaced most of what crooks swiped.

Alert Bay memorial for missing woman

Janet Henry is finally returning to her Alert Bay home.

Blades of glorious uses in Swiss knives

There’s a new, cutting-edge display at the Port Hardy Museum.

Nothing fishy about decision to save biz

One of Port Hardy's largest employers hopes appearing on a TV show will jump start their business

Scammer cheats apartment hunters of cash

PORT MCNEILL—Losing money to an apartment scammer may be the least of the worries for a young couple that was victimized, say police.

Ice scapes

Brett Meredith hoists five-year-old granddaughter, Madelyn Meredith, near some frozen water along Hardy Bay Road that someone coloured.

The North Island wants its allowance

Mayor Bev Parnham is asking Port Hardy to lead the charge in bringing back the Northern Living Allowance

Vision loss doesn’t stop mom from helping

Despite dealing with a disability of her own, Terra Taylor is doing what she can to comfort others

Hey! Don’t splash

These crows were caught taking a little bird bath in Port Hardy during some rare wet weather conditions.

Smart meters are on the way

They’re coming next month and smart meters were on the agendas of all three Tri-port councils

North Island tax assessments up and down

It’s good news if North Island homeowners are staying put, not so good if they’re looking to sell.