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.

 

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