Kathy O'Reilly-Taylor

Rezoning sign community is moving

Rezoning is an indication that Port Hardy community is moving forward.

North Island gets a visit from royalty.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Bella Bella where they were warmly received.

Test holes bring positive results

Positive results from three of four drill holes have company excited.

RDMW questions financing pool

some directors took issue with Port Hardy expecting a financial contribution for the pool and it being referred to as a 'regional' facility.

Port Hardy selected for review

There were a few extra mounties in Port Hardy last week due to a review of the local detachment.

Grizzlies whisked off island

Two grizzly bears that visited Cormorant Island for about a week have been captured and relocated on the mainland.

Funeral services coming back

The North Island might have local funeral services coming back.

Cruise ship headed to Seattle detours to Telegraph Cove

Tug brings woman passenger to Telegraph Cove where she is me by BC Ambulance

Cormorant Island Grizzlies captured

Two Grizzly bears make their way into live traps

Grizzly bears determined to be a boy and a girl

Bears trapped and flown off the island by Conservation Officer Service

Grizzly bears near live traps on Cormorant Island

People are advised to keep away to ensure best possible outcome

Council meets new C.O.

Port Hardy Council met with the North Island's new Conservation Officer.

Hemphill attends last council meeting

Port Hardy Councillor Jessie Hemphill attended her last council meeting Sept. 13.

Grizzlies on Cormorant Island

Two grizzly bears swam ashore on Cormorant Island early Friday evening.

Dead juvenile Humpback in the Quatsino Narrows

DFO is on their way to gather information from the animal

Two Grizzly Bears Spotted on Pearse Island

Island hopping mainland Grizzly Bears becoming more common

Jet landing creates buzz

The largest plane to land at the Port Hardy Airport in years arrived Sept. 5.

Direct ferry great news

Direct ferry service from Port Hardy to Bella Coola should be up and running in 2018.

Building permits up

More buildings are going up in the RDMW, trending across Vancouver Island.

Entangled Juvenile Humpback rescued by trained DFO staff

People are encouraged to report marine life entanglements as soon as they see them