Kathy O'Reilly-Taylor

Pool referendum set for Oct. 22

Oct. 22 will be the date chosen for the referendum on the new pool complex.

On-board processing of Hake discussed by RDMW board

Plans for a 10-year pilot project allowing on-board processing of Hake was discussed July 19 by the RDMW board.

New Zamboni for Port McNeill

The Chilton Regional Arena in Port McNeill could soon have a green Zamboni machine.

Hardy launches new tourism committee

The fledgling group held it's inaugural meeting June 16 to discuss tourism.

Port Hardy says no to parking tax

A suggestion that North Island Governments tax citizens to pay for free parking at new Campbell River hospital was denied

District eyes new fire truck

Port Hardy Fire Rescue coon soon have a new $1.1 million fire truck.

Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw First Nation members protested at the DFO building in Port Hardy.

The Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw protest sockeye fishery

The Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation held a peaceful protest July 15 against the opening of a commercial sockeye fishery.

Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw First Nation members protested at the DFO building in Port Hardy.

Rules for drone use discussed

2015 was the year of the drone for the North Island, and the communities need to work on regulating their use.

New fire truck for Port Hardy?

Port Hardy Fire Rescue could have a new $1.1 million fire truck, if residents agree.

Chief Paddy Walkus shakes the hand of a Squamish First Nations member in Smith Inlet who is in support of the Gwa’sala ‘Nakwaxda’xw’s peaceful protest against DFO’s decision to open the fishery early.

Update: Peaceful process by Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation

The Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation says it will be exploring their options

Chief Paddy Walkus shakes the hand of a Squamish First Nations member in Smith Inlet who is in support of the Gwa’sala ‘Nakwaxda’xw’s peaceful protest against DFO’s decision to open the fishery early.
Chief Paddy Walkus shakes the hand of a Squamish First Nations member in Smith Inlet who is in support of the Gwa’sala ‘Nakwaxda’xw’s peaceful protest against DFO’s decision to open the fishery early.

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation protest the opening of a commercial sockeye fishery

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nation were in Smith Inlet this morning ( July 15) to protest the opening of a commercial sockeye fishery

Chief Paddy Walkus shakes the hand of a Squamish First Nations member in Smith Inlet who is in support of the Gwa’sala ‘Nakwaxda’xw’s peaceful protest against DFO’s decision to open the fishery early.
A little dog named Babygyrl is being heralded as a hero for saving an unconscious teen's life.

Little dog heralded as a hero

A Port Hardy dog named 'Babygyrl' is being credited with saving a teenage boy's life

A little dog named Babygyrl is being heralded as a hero for saving an unconscious teen's life.

Green light to Mural Project

Some cash has helped give the green light to a local mural project in Port Hardy.

A little dog named Babygyrl is being heralded as a hero for saving an unconscious teen's life.

Little dog a hero

A little dog named Babygyrl saved an unconscious teen's life in Port Hardy.

A little dog named Babygyrl is being heralded as a hero for saving an unconscious teen's life.

NorthIsle Copper and Gold to start test drilling

A Vancouver company is going to be looking for copper and gold in them there hills.

Tentative plans for the District of Port Hardy's new swimming complex.

Meetings help pool plans take shape

Tentative plans for the District of Port Hardy's new swimming complex were presented during meetings last week.

Tentative plans for the District of Port Hardy's new swimming complex.
Bruce and Dylan Dirom stand in front of the North Island Mall.

Port Hardy locals buy mall

Bruce, Dylan and Carol Dirom have just recently purchased the remainder of the North Island mall.

Bruce and Dylan Dirom stand in front of the North Island Mall.

Engineer to look at traffic flow

Island Health might be sending an engineer to Port Hardy to look at traffic flow around the seniors society and health centre.

Five of the bear cubs at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Association centre waiting to be set back into the wild this summer.

Bear rules set

Has the provincial government confirmed Casavant did the right thing?

Five of the bear cubs at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Association centre waiting to be set back into the wild this summer.

School District 85 gets a financial bonus

SD85 will soon be getting a financial bonus, but some say otherwise.