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The Culture Shock Interactive Gallery is welcoming the world to Alert Bay.
Patrick Kitto and friends hosted a skate camp in Alert Bay
The OrcaFest committee has requested Beach Drive in Port McNeill be shut down from Friday to Sunday during OrcaFest.
Theda Phoenix performed at the A-Frame Church in Port McNeill, and she did not disappoint.
The Tsakis Football Club held a seven aside soccer tournament in Port Hardy during Filomi Days.
Port Alice's municipal office will be changing its hours of operation.
Ivan and Jennifer DeToro travelled to Philadelphia to train and test for their next rank at the ISKF Master Camp.
The Neucel Specialty Cellulose Mill in Port Alice is asking for a tax exemption while planning to restart production.
A home on the Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw First Nation was destroyed by fire
Thieves broke into the Port Hardy Museum again for the fifth time in three months
A home on the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw First Nation was destroyed by fire last July 6.
female minor hockey players got to play hockey, some for the very first time, during the Esso Fun Day.
North Island MLA Claire Trevena has launched a letter-writing campaign to get the Port Alice Mill up and running.
Port McNeill Logger Sports held their main show on Saturday, July 2 underneath a clouded sky that soon gave way to rain.
The Port Alice Men's Open golf tournament featured 14 golfers playing over two days
Sunset Elementary in Port McNeill hosted the District track and field meet on June 8.
The North Island Loggers Golf Tournament was once again another smashing success.
The Creativeniss Arts Society was granted support from the Town of Port McNeill
The Creativeniss Arts Society asked for support from the Town of Port McNeill and they got their wish.
The A-Frame Bookstore in Port McNeill has been serving the community since 1999.