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“I anticipate requesting a leave of absence from Port McNeill council,” Downey said.
The town finalized their committee appointments in a recent council meeting.
Council committee appointments were finalized by an approved motion Dec. 11 meeting.
Jokerville was the RCAF airmen’s living quarters, but the station had more history than expected.
Membership voted strongly in favour of the collective agreement, which came days after negotiations.
“This makes absolutely no sense to me,” Barrett stated in a letter to school trustees.
North Islanders, around 300, filled the Island Copper Room as they enjoyed lunch and dessert.
“The threat was a hoax by a student,” said Port McNeill RCMP.
“We are hoping to make those final decisions to move forward with … the Big House,” said GNN.
The North Island Atom Eagles will be back in league play action at home in January.
Island Health will not fill another doctor position or an after-hours nurse.
“The surprise visit was well received by the residents,” B.C. RCMP stated in a release.
The charity event helped numerous families across the North Island, donating and wrapping gifts.
Port Hardy Fire Rescue has since put out the van on fire late last evening.
A number of reasons, like overfishing, may be the cause for declining stocks, not just sea lions.
Public attitude toward using the Salvation Army’s services may have changed over the years.
UFCW 1518 union members took a vote Dec. 1 to have striking as an option in negotiations.
Hereditary Chief Hunt has over four decades of carving experience and continues to showcase his art.
The fire department has 15 active members who respond to a number of calls.
View the photo gallery of a number of Christmas events in Port McNeill.