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BC Hydro crews braved horrendous conditions to restore power to 7,200 North Islanders.
A show of power will take Nov. 12 at the CFI gym on Mine Road in Port McNeill.
Former Conservation Officer Bryce Casavant's fight with government appears to be over.
RCMP Staff Sgt. Wes Olsen moved to Port Hardy from Lake Cowichan on Sept. 17.
The Village of Alert Bay council is looking into grants and other opportunities for a Glice ice rink.
Port Hardy RCMP arrested the same individual within three days.
Saviour says he would make the same decision to save cubs
It took 30 minutes for Port McNeill firefighters to respond to a call to a huge blaze in Sointula Oct. 9.
North Island MLA Claire Trevena held a series of community consultation meetings on the North Island.
Port Hardy's proposed mutliplex has now officially become a reality thanks to vote.
Port Hardy Mayor Hank Bood raised the issue of weighted voting at the Board of Directors meeting Oct. 18.
Masked person struck several times with a weapon by student
101 Squadron Vice-President Russ Hellberg made an announcement that the Cenotaph project has finally come to fruition.
After much debate, the District of Port Hardy finally approved the out of control grass and weeds bylaw.
A bid to move recycling depot to Main Street in Port Hardy has raised concerns.
Some Port Hardy councillors called foul over resolution regarding old growth forests.
Tarkanen Marine Ways on Malcolm Island destroyed by fire
Drill samples near Holberg yield results that have Northisle officials excited about the economic possibilities of proposed copper/gold mine
Port Hardy Mayor Hank Bood received permission from his council to revisit the unsightly premises bylaw.
Hyde Creek's volunteer fire department will continue to offer interior attack services.