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L’Il Amigos Daycare celebrates 25 years in business

Mariti Mellow owns and operates L'il Amigos Daycare, and she is celebrating her 25 year in business this January.

Port Hardy local aides RCMP in locating lost hiker

Janet Dorward helped guide the Port Hardy RCMP through a difficult to navigate trail in search of a lost hiker on Saturday, Jan. 7.

Man found unresponsive by North Shore Inn

A man was found unresponsive near the North Shore Inn in Port Hardy on the night of Dec. 30.

Lost hiker found by Port Hardy local and RCMP

Janet Dorward is being hailed as a hero for helping the Port Hardy RCMP locate a lost hiker.

Queen of the North, the Captain’s story

On March 22, 2006, the Queen of the North sunk to the bottom of the ocean in less than an hour. 10 years later, the Captain tells his story.

Construction on climbing wall complete

The construction on North Island Secondary School's climbing wall is officially complete.

Alice local auctions off NES Classic for food bank

Port Alice local Drew Frank auctioned off a NES Classic with proceeds going to the village's food bank.

Harbour rates bylaw passes third reading

Port McNeill's harbour rates bylaw has passed third reading. It will become law after it's fourth reading.

Port Alice staff going back to school

Port Alice Council voted to send one of their village staff back to school, and will cover the costs involved.

Port McNeill Harbour rates bylaw passes third reading

The third reading of the harbour rates bylaw was passed unanimously by Port McNeill council.

Port McNeill Chamber President meets with Council

Port McNeill Chamber of Commerce President Gaby Wickstrom met with council to discuss plans for the upcoming year.

Village approves Neucel 25 per cent tax break

Port Alice Council passed a motion regarding a 25 per cent tax break agreement for Neucel Specialty Cellulose.

Hardy Council splits on tsunami warning system

Port Hardy council split their vote on a purchasing and installing a tsunami warning system.

New Alice Tourism reps

Port Alice will have new tourism representatives on the Vancouver Island North Tourism Advisory Committee.

BCTF vindicated by Supreme Court

After winning a landmark decision in Supreme Court, the BCTF is excited to see some changes made to the public education system.

Fate of old school house discussed

Port McNeill held a public consultation to hear the communities thoughts on the old school house building.

Tri-Port Wild take silver at Powell River tournament

The Tri-Port Wild added some more 'bling' to their collection, taking home silver medals from an all-weekend hockey tournament.

McNeill harbour rates draw crowd

The proposed Port McNeill harbour rate increases came up at council's latest meeting Dec. 5.

Bantams remain undefeated, tie Comox Valley at home

The Bantam Eagles went head-to-head with the Comox Valley Chiefs at the Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena in Port Hardy.

Meals on wheels to roll out in Alice?

A meals on wheels program could soon be on the horizon for the Village of Port Alice