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Bloomin’ judges headed for McNeill

PORT McNEILL — Two judges from B.C. Communities in Bloom will visit Port McNeill Monday to measure local efforts and view at least 80% of the town.
Boat renews family's ties to Telegraph Cove

Boat renews family's ties to Telegraph Cove

TELEGRAPH COVE - Former deckhand brings son for trip on boat built by the lad's great-grandfather
Bras return for the cause

Bras return for the cause

PORT McNEILL - Port McNeill Flower Shoppe raised money to fight breast cancer with second annual Bras for a Cause contest
Humpin' it in the strait

Humpin' it in the strait

I’ll say up front I am not a God-fearing man, but if communing with nature is a religious experience, then Capt. Wayne Garton and his knowledgeable crew aboard the 60-ft. Lukwa whale watching vessel just blessed me and a boatful of others in the world’s largest cathedral.
Gate House Community Theatre opens its doors

Gate House Community Theatre opens its doors

PORT McNEILL - New non-profit society hosts grand opening on Canada Day
Keeping high and dry

Keeping high and dry

Umbrella protects kids' coach from elements
Grassroots Garden Society puts down roots

Grassroots Garden Society puts down roots

PORT HARDY -Work parties help install new greenhouse, water line, raised beds at Park Drive location
Cleaning and greening a landfill

Cleaning and greening a landfill

The greening of Seven Mile Landfill is under way — in more than one way.
local teacher talks fishing with Suzuki

local teacher talks fishing with Suzuki

The CBC Television camera and crew were in place and ready to roll. CBC host George Stroumboulopoulos and legendary Canadian environmental activist David Suzuki were in position, backed by a scenic vista of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the Magdalen Islands. On a signal from the director, "Strombo" turned and looked past Suzuki to address the unassuming and mostly unknown man standing alongside.
Can't we all get along?

Can't we all get along?

Eagle View School students pose with their anti-bullying parade. The social learning program run by Valerie Ramchuk helps children identify bullying and to learn the importance of accepting others for who they are. Awareness is the key to making a difference.