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One of the male suspects, 33, now has a warrant for his arrest on counts of robbery and assault.
Jonathan Paquin, local conservation officer, confirms the cougar spotted today was euthanized.
The estimated $1.57 million contract for highway upgrades will finish by October.
Dirom wants to “create a vibrant new space in the community by working together” with new business.
Port Hardy residents talked on local issues and reasons to vote
“Our goal is to endure no matter what you’re faced with,” said DeToro about local karate classes.
“It’s just as much about picking a candidate than it is about exercising our right.”
Wickstrom said she one of the issues she’ll work on is infrastructure in a fiscally responsible way.
Incumbent Ackland wants to complete council’s priorities started in the last four years.
Dugas has extensive experience working under the district, 40 years, but is now running for mayor.
Bood talks on his past four years as mayor working on various projects.
Smith has had prior experience working in local government working in economic development.
“We have decided to close the pub until April 30, 2019,” stated the pub’s announcement.
Lloyd describes his plans in great detail if re-elected on council.
Yunker wants to diversify the town away from the mill if she sits on council.
Baron wants to “respect the local businesses, encourage growth, maintain what we own” as councillor.
Downey plans to update the zoning bylaw, community plan and economic development if elected.
“I love our community unconditionally, we are a Village of strong heart,” said Aldis.
“I am not only a council member, but I sit on a number of community boards,” Tidbury said.
Bree-Anna Henderson continues to lead as one of the top scorers in her last year of hockey.