Kids in Motion celebrates Toy Library/Maker Space grand opening

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

Team B.C. wins second straight bronze at nationals

B.C. defeats Saskatchewan 2-1 in overtime.

  • Nov 13th, 2017

Public rallies around B.C. woman after life-altering brain aneurysm

A GoFundMe page has been set up after a Langley mom was hospitalized

Stormy weather at Storey's Beach
Hitched: fashion show
Hitched: fashion show
Surprise proposal

Create for A Cause donates to the Gazette Hamper Fund

They raised $1,549.05 and donated toys and food

Windmill blade could be put on display

Port Hardy may have a future tribute to the wind industry

History of the North Island Gazette Hamper Fund

Brian Welchman and Roland Shanks started the Gazette Hamper Fund in 1980.

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

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

Save power after Daylight Saving

Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

  • Nov 3rd, 2017

Port Hardy’s Marijuana Committee gets to work

“The issue is we are trying to be proactive.”

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.

Community Futures presents big cheque for Gazette Hamper Fund

Community Futures Mount Waddington raised $3,000 for the Gazette Hamper Fund.

People parade through the Port Hardy Pumpkin walk

Jack-o-lanterns on the sea wall send off Halloween

The 2017 Halloween Costume Crawl haunts Port Hardy

Market street was full of Trick-or-Treaters!

Keep your pets safe this Halloween

Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

Robin’s Pet Supplies is celebrating 16 years in business

“I thought I’m going to jump right into this, and I’ve never looked back.”

Sheep on the lam in Penticton

Not black sheep, but pretty baaaah-d