Kathy O'Reilly-Taylor

Feeling like 3.5 million bucks

Retirement just got a whole lot more golden for Alert Bay's George Speck

Architect hired for pool

The District of Port Hardy has hired an architectural firm to design the new pool complex

Woss School Closure Plans Continue

School District #85 will be moving ahead with plans to close Woss Lake Elementary School

Advancing Food Sovereignty

Growing mushrooms, for fun and profit, has been the focus of a workshop currently being offered

New 10.5 million recreation complex for Port Hardy?

The District of Port Hardy is investigating a complex issue, a new 10.5 million recreation complex.

Endangered birds

Endangered birds were on the agenda at a meeting held at the forestry office in Port McNeill

Missing, Murdered given voice

Roxana Wadhams has represented the North Island at two recent meetings on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Visitors love the North Island

Visitors to the North Island are loving it according to a Visitor Experience Survey.

Proposed plan to help two species

A proposed plan to help two species at risk will likely ruffle some feathers.

Man’s son taken

A North Island man has endured not only almost five months of separation, but his first Christmas without his son

Woss School slated for closure

Woss Lake Elementary School is being slated for closure next year

RDMW and KEDC partner up

Regional District of Mount Waddington and K'awatsi Economic Development Corperation are bidding to host the 2017 Tourism V.I. Conference.

Tri-Port gets money

Tri-Port communities have a few more dollars in their coffers

Port Hardy Fire Rescue calls

Port Hardy Fire Rescue calls in the last quarter of 2015 were up 85 per cent from previous year

Port Hardy Pool

The residents of Port Hardy had a debate about what should be done with the aging pool complex

Community Winter Wellness Challenge

Sacred Wolf Centre has invited the Port Hardy Mayor and Council to take a dip in the ocean

Wounded Warrior Run

The Wounded Warrior Run will be taking off from Port Hardy

First Nations History Mural

A new First Nations history mural could soon be part of the Port Hardy landscape

Good Samaritans help out

A Campbell River Senior is counting his lucky stars after being rescued from his vehicle

Marine Harvest board of directors meeting

Marine Harvest Canada entourage converged on at the District office for the board of directors' meeting