TYSON WHITNEY PHOTO                                Last Friday at 8:00 a.m., the Port Hardy Canadian Rangers boarded helicopters at Tsulquate Park and headed out on a training exercise to Blunden Harbor to build a landing pad to complete this years ground search and rescue training. The mission was also a way of giving back to the local First Nations community by building a pad for the Elders to use. Keep reading the Gazette for more on this story.

TYSON WHITNEY PHOTO Last Friday at 8:00 a.m., the Port Hardy Canadian Rangers boarded helicopters at Tsulquate Park and headed out on a training exercise to Blunden Harbor to build a landing pad to complete this years ground search and rescue training. The mission was also a way of giving back to the local First Nations community by building a pad for the Elders to use. Keep reading the Gazette for more on this story.

Port Hardy Canadian Rangers land helicopters at Tsulquate Park

The Rangers headed out on a training exercise to Blunden Harbor to build a landing pad.

Last Friday at 8:00 a.m., the Port Hardy Canadian Rangers boarded helicopters at Tsulquate Park and headed out on a training exercise to Blunden Harbor to build a landing pad to complete this years ground search and rescue training. The mission was also a way of giving back to the local First Nations community by building a pad for the Elders to use. Keep reading the Gazette for more on this story.

 

Port Hardy Canadian Rangers land helicopters at Tsulquate Park

Port Hardy Canadian Rangers land helicopters at Tsulquate Park

Port Hardy Canadian Rangers land helicopters at Tsulquate Park