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The Wild had won back-to-back road games over the Cowichan Valley Capitals and the Nanaimo Clippers.
Port Hardy Fire Rescue is still accepting applications for more personnel to join the team.
BC Hydro’s local crew responded to the outage immediately with a ground patrol to identify the outage
The Rangers headed out on a training exercise to Blunden Harbor to build a landing pad.
“People keep talking about fighting for our future. We are actually going to fight for it.”
Port Hardy Council attended the UBCM meeting in Vancouver to help promote multiplex project.
“This year we’ve had 134 calls totalling 1,160 hours of attendance at incidents.”
Residents visited the Fire Hall to learn more about what it’s like to be a fire fighter.
The annual dinner show is right around Valentine’s Day as usual.
“We planned this event specifically to celebrate World Girls Hockey Weekend.”
Spectators enjoyed a fun-filled day of highland dancing events.
“I’m proud of the way the team represented the North Island.”
The Atom Eagles found themselves down 3-0 against the Comox Valley Chiefs in the first period.
“At no time did the RCMP escort the vessel into the area.”
I still believe what I wrote on North Island local government pay stands up on its own merit.
“We simply do not and cannot make decisions behind closed doors.”
Port McNeill Mayor Shirley Ackland publicly thanked residents for bringing their concerns forward.
North Island Veterinary Hospital keeps North Island pets healthy!
Port Hardy’s Seth Hanuse got an assist on the Riptide’s second goal, which tied the game.
The Eagles stomped the Comox Valley Chiefs B team 22 – 1