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Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw School cancels in-class instruction for the remainder of school year due to COVID-19

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw School has made the difficult decision to officially cancel in-class instruction…

Five per cent tax increase coming for Port Alice residents

Port Alice council is trying to keep the taxes down as much as possible.

VIDEO: Film historian finds rare footage from 1926, showcasing remote Northern Vancouver Island life

‘This photographer clearly knew what he was doing, suggesting he was taught’

COVID-19: Bella Bella extends travel lockdown to May 31

‘We will be able to keep us all safe as long as we continue to act safely’

Lights have been added to two problematic crosswalks in Port Hardy

The projects were fully funded by grants provided from ICBC and the Municipal Insurance Association.

Port Hardy Secondary School holds rock contest

‘Our problem is that the rocks are already disappearing from where staff are hiding them’

50-foot sailboat runs aground in Port Hardy

A 50-foot sailboat has run aground in Hardy Bay by the seaplane…

Port McNeill’s five-year plan almost finalized

The five-year financial plan has passed first and second reading and is up for adoption May 5.

False complaint causes First Nation’s Health Director to issue warning to nearby community

‘Making a malicious, false complaint is a serious matter’

Port Hardy council amends financial plan, lowers tax rate

Council has approved reducing the taxation increase for 2020 from 4.2 per cent to 1.97.

North Island Gazette wins bronze for Newspaper Excellence

The Ma Murrays recognize achievements of 100+ member newspapers in British Columbia and the Yukon

Seven Hills’ nine hole golf course remains open amidst COVID-19

‘The golf course remains open until we are forced otherwise’

Quatsino looks to celebrate 125th anniversary with temporary display at museum

Temporary display will remember those who contributed in the making of the unique community.

Super Heroisms

‘in the end we can all just agree to disagree and go our separate ways’

Bradshaw’s Photo Highlight: Photo editing

‘Many years ago I went through all my family photos and scanned them to digital’

LETTER: Port Hardy Lions Club responds to pickleball article

‘it seemed to be another write up where all involved needed their hands slapped by a super hero’

North Island MLA Claire Trevena speaks on new supports available amid COVID-19 pandemic

‘the challenges of COVID-19 are having a particular impact on the most vulnerable in our province’

RCMP donates essential items to Gwa’Sala-‘Nakwaxda-xw members

The RCMP thanked Soap for Hope and all those involved for making this amazing donation possible.