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Port Hardy Residents still waiting for Telus Fibre Optic

Mansourati was unable to say who Telus would be contracting to finish the ninth fibre serving area.

Kids in Motion celebrates Toy Library/Maker Space grand opening

Admission to the event was free and the ceremony included door prizes.

Re: Fish Farm Issues

“No clams left, beaches are dead.”

11th annual North Island “Wild” hockey tournament

The North Island’s 11th annual Wild Hockey Tournament was held Nov. 8-12…

Port Hardy RCMP officer find thousands of dollars in parking lot, returns it to owner

“There was a significant amount of cash, totalling a few thousand dollars, recovered.”

A Brush with Henschel: First Ice

This painting was done from sketches in the high country where the trees were still brilliant.

Sointula Cross Country results

The event saw almost 200 runners participate.

Hundreds gather for Remembrance Day in Port McNeill

Hundreds of people, all proudly wearing poppies, gathered around the cenotaph in…

Gate House Theatre brings the dramatic arts to Port McNeill

“My husband and I view this as our legacy — I believe a town without arts is black and white.”

Kervin’s Corner: Sustainability in our community’s strongest industry possible?

“First Nations in the surrounding areas are in their full right to protest fish farms.”

Wild tie Juan De Fuca Grizzlies at Chilton Regional Arena

The Tri-Port Midget Wild pulled off a comeback at home, scoring two late goals to tie Juan De Fuca.

31st Annual Rotary Auction held in Port Hardy at the Thunderbird Mall

All the proceeds from the event went to help fund rotary projects.

Letter to the Editor: Larock/Hanacek op-ed misses the point

Op-ed misses the point of the public discussion on Vancouver Island’s remaining old-growth forests.

North Island College fires back at Councillor’s remarks

“We are going to make sure that every councillor is on the same page as us once we meet with them.”

Midgets go 1-2 on the road

The Eagles went unbeaten in preseason this year and were selected to play in VIAHA’s Tier 2 division.

Bantams bit by Bulldogs at Doug Bondue Arena

“We started really good, had some jump and spent the majority of the first period in their zone.”

Northern Sea Wolf Sets Sail For B.C.

Vessel will arrive this fall for service beginning in summer 2018.

2017 Royal Canadian Poppy campaign kicks off at Port Hardy Council

Deputy Mayor Fred Robertson received the first poppy of the 2017 Royal Canadian Poppy campaign.

A Brush with Henschel: Breaking the Silence

“I sketched and photographed amidst this cacophony for a couple of hours…”

Letter to the Editor: Not all First Nations are against fish farms

“Many First Nations people are in fact gainfully employed by Marine Harvest.”