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Architects meet to discuss the new multiplex (pool) that is being proposed for Port Hardy.
While SD85 may in fact be getting a financial bonus, some say otherwise
B.C. Hydro workers save a bear cub off a 50-foot pole
B.C. Hydro workers rescued a bear cub off a 50-foot pole in Port Hardy
The Port Hardy Fire Department was called out to a one-hectare fire on Duval Forest Service Road, Behind Mayor's Way.
The Regional District of Mount Waddington will be unearthing a time capsule buried 25 years ago.
A Centre of Excellence for forest sector training could soon be sprouting up in Woss.
RCMP Detachment Commander Gord Brownridge presented his quarterly report to Port Hardy Council.
Tourism operators are gearing up for a busy season on the North Island
Port Hardy Councillor Jessie Hemphill has announced she will be stepping down in mid-September.
Global TV created some excitement in Port Hardy as they arrived to broadcast live from Carrot Park.
Workers are pushing hard towards a June opening of the Kwa'lilas Hotel (formerly the Port Hardy Inn).
Parade routes in Port Hardy have agreed to be shortened by the District of Port Hardy Council.
The district of Port Hardy will be looking into the possibility of repurposing the pool complex if Council gets go ahead from voters
The process to close Woss Lake Elementary School is now complete
There was plenty of salmon at the Port Hardy Chamber Business Awards banquet held April 8
Two local elementary school's environmental initiatives have won them awards
Dr. Bruce Perry spoke on the subject of early childhood development at the Port Hardy Civic Centre
Port Hardy Hospital has three nursing positions that will become vacant in the coming weeks
Retirement just got a whole lot more golden for Alert Bay's George Speck, as he won 3.5 million dolllar prize