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The Town of Port McNeill intends to assist PMFR to put it on display in the community.
Let’s put a little extra time into bettering oneself and a little less telling everyone about it.
President Rick Restell confirmed that the trail construction is set to begin soon.
Housing, education, children in care, and aquaculture are some of the issues Rachel Blaney spoke on.
Fallen trees, pooling water, snowy highways, and strong winds are all affecting the North Island.
Local police officers took it upon themselves to buy a local family Christmas presents and a tree.
The upgrades were deferred until 2019 budget so that council can expand the scope of the project.
Latisha Wadhams believes connecting with Indigenous youth will empower them.
The district received expensive tender rates, which were 40 per cent higher than expected.
The driver was looking to turn left into Port Alice when they cut off the sheriff’s van.
Hanacek said she is thrilled to be part of ICET.
PHFR recently requested funding from the district for new SCBA equipment.
Port Hardy council voted in favour to have a cannabis application moved forward to LCRB.
Water rates would increase by 2 per cent, garbage by 2.5 per cent, and sewer by 4 per cent.
“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.