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Save On Foods donates $1,680 to the Harvest Food Bank

Save On Foods in Port Hardy held a ‘share it forward’ campaign.

Population increase means Port Hardy may have to start paying for its own police services

Places with population greater than 5,000 are responsible for funding their own police services.

Port Hardy’s indoor swimming pool tentatively scheduled to reopen in August

‘All participants will book through a reservation process which will be set up a week in advance’

LETTER: Sointula resident challenges RDMW over Bere Point Campground management

Bere Point Campground on Malcolm Island is a Regional Park run by the RDMW.

Port Hardy politicians excited for new Foundry Centre

‘It’s fantastic news for our community’

VIDEO: North Island Secondary School grad 2020

North Island Secondary School celebrated its 2020 graduation ceremony on June 18.

Port Hardy RCMP execute search warrant on Byng Road related to alleged drug dealing

“Items have been seized, evidence to support subsequent charges will likely be brought forth”

OPINION: North Island gas prices are outrageous

Where was our MLA Claire Trevena when we needed her?

District of Port Hardy has no plans to move the KSM Skatepark

‘We are definitely happy we have it, and we want to keep it maintained to level it’s currently at’

VIDEO: Downtown Port Hardy area under construction until June 19

Road closures will be in effect during this time.

North Island First Nation youth commended by RCMP for his commitment to community

‘… our Elders are really proud of him’

Liberal bill to fine/jail CERB ‘fraudsters’ is ridiculous

You can’t get blood from a stone, so why bother stoning those that are already bleeding?

VIDEO: Port Hardy Secondary School’s 2020 graduating class

Port Hardy Secondary School celebrated grad on June 12.

Get to know Port Alice’s new doctors

Garneau-Bégin and his colleague Dr. Bennett-Boutilier wanted a rural practice in Port Alice.

Former BC conservation officer feels vindicated after appeals court nullifies dismissal

Bryce Casavant was fired after refusing orders to euthanize two bear cubs in 2015.

Kitchen renovations at Port Hardy firehall No. 1 are all finished

‘We are very happy with the way it turned out’

Food bank use soars in north Island after logging strike and COVID-19

‘Our grocery program, which is the hampers, is actually up in the neighbourhood of 20-30 per cent’

Alert Bay resident carves tribute to his community kicking COVID-19’s butt

‘Our little village crushed the curve with love and commitment’

Port McNeill’s outdoor swimming pool will stay closed this summer

The Town of Port McNeill typically hires 12-13 staff for the pool every year.

Bird contacting wires causes massive Port Hardy power outage

The power outage started at 1:18 p.m. and lasted until 3:00 p.m.